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Tokyo Xtreme Racer series

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Tokyo Xtreme Racer, known as Shutokou Battle (首都高バトル) in Japan and Tokyo Highway Challenge in Europe, was one of the first launch games released for Dreamcast in 1999. The game is also one of the first mission based driving games. The player challenges other drivers on the Shuto Expressway in order to gain money to modify and enhance his or her car.

When released in Japan, Shutokou Battle was one of the best selling Dreamcast title at this time. The game is based on illegal highway racing in Tokyo's Wangan highway with custom tuned cars.
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Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 is the sequel to Tokyo Xtreme Racer which is also on the Sega Dreamcast. Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2 has been enhanced with better sound quality and graphics over its predecessor. This is the last game in the series that was produced for Sega.
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Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero - PlayStation 2
In 2001 a port was created for the PlayStation 2 called Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Zero , but with improved graphics and slight differences in gameplay in order to complete the game. The game was only released in Japan and North America.
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This Japanese-only release was released in early 2003 in Japan. It would land on North American shores as 'Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift' a little over two years later.
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Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3 - PlayStation 2
In 2003 the third sequel titled Tokyo Xtreme Racer: 3 was developed for PlayStation 2. The release was limited and only released in Japan and some parts of North America. This is currently the last game of the main Shutokou Battle series.
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The GPA version of Tokyo Xtreme Racer is a portable port of 'Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2' for the Dreamcast.
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Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift - PlayStation 2
Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift (known as Kaido Battle in Japan) was published by Crave Entertainment for the Playstation 2. It is a spin-off from the Tokyo Xtreme Racer series. As the title implies, the focus of this game is primarily on 'drifting'.
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Kaido Racer - PlayStation 2
Released in Japan in 2004 as 'Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction', Kaido Racer was a European-exclusive PS2 release.
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Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift 2 - PlayStation 2
Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift 2 is the North American-only version of 'Kaido: Touge no Densetsu'. Kaido Battle 2 (Kaido Racer in Europe) is not coming to North America.
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Street Supremacy - PlayStation Portable
Street Supremacy, is a hand-held take of the Tokyo Xtreme Racer universe, with races on 15 different courses on the streets of Tokyo as well as 25 authentic high-end model cars, fully customizable with the ability to tweak anything from the engine to the muffler.
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Import Tuner Challenge is the international title for Shutokou Battle Ten (首都高バトル X), a racing game published by Ubisoft and developed by Genki for the Xbox 360. It is the sequel to the decade running Shutokou Battle series of games known as Tokyo Xtreme Racer in North America and Tokyo Highway Challenge in Europe.
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Shutokou Battle (首都高バトル) is an arcade oriented driving game series created by Genki in 1994. The games were released in America as Tokyo Xtreme Racer and in Europe as Tokyo Highway Challenge.

The series is based on illegal highway racing on the Shuto Expressway's Bayshore Route in Tokyo with custom tuned cars, which was a common occurrence at the time, until stricter police enforcement came into force.

The game series' influence can be measured by the number of North American and European driving video games inspired by the series' iconic features like the cosmetic tuning (Midnight Club, Need For Speed Underground, Juiced or Supercar Street Challenge among many others), the selection of Japan import cars or the choice of Tokyo as the background like The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, the trailer of the first film series episode was included in the western editions of Shutokou Battle Zero.

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