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Runabout 2, Action, 1999



Developer: Climax Entertainment

Publisher: Climax, Hot-B USA, Midas Interactive Entertainment

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2007-04-23 00:12

Second entry of the maddening Runabout series improved upon its original by adding far more missions and content, but the Japanese developed game still feels a bit underdeveloped. Still, for PS1 its graphics are fairly acceptable but there is one aspect I simply cannot forgive, and that is the atrocious voice talent offered within this game. For example, upon completing a mission you are greeted with a cringe worthy voiceover shouting "Yeah you completed" in what appears to be an attempt at producing the worst Mr. T impression of mankind. Ugh.

felneymike

2009-06-30 18:09

One of the most fun and replayable games ever! Shame Runabout 3 was pretty rubbish by comparison. I hope they make another one, but borrow heavily from the Flatout series! (Though with missions, not races).

carcrasher88 US (20)

2011-04-20 01:45

I absolutely loved this game!

Anyone remember the first level, where you could smash through an aircraft hangar, drive onto a beach, and then figure your way around a pileup?

That was lot's of fun.

Never got to finish the game, but I enjoyed it regardless.

TakuFD3S ID (9)

2011-04-20 02:38

agree, maybe this is the best driving game that i have tried.

Cars that i collected:
-1500
-A156
-REVU
-F500
-ROAD
-SCOOTER
-HALLI

caio fivetech BR (1)

2011-09-20 02:53

Very Difficult...

ta-caprice-xi SX (8)

2012-03-16 19:57

A few traffic cars are missing. There's a old Honda City, a Volkswagen Golf, a kei-truck (Daihatsu Hiject, Subaru Sambar sort of thing), an old bus, a Toyota Crown taxi, a police car with Japanese livery (possibly and edited Crown Vic), a fairly generic box truck, and a generic looking snack van. I have screenshots of a few of them, but I'm not sure if they'd be good enough, and the site isn't letting me add new vehicles (images, specifically) for whatever reason. Here's the screenshots I have regardless.

[Click for a bigger version, of course]


VW Golf.


Box Truck.


Kei-truck.


Honda City.


And here's a playable/Unlockable kei-truck (not the snack van I was talking about above, though), not sure if this is only in the Japanese version.


Wasn't sure about this either. Is it a variant of the other playable Dodge Ram, or is this another Japanese exclusive vehicle?

Got these from a YT playthrough so there's not much to go on, other than the fact that it was the Japanese version of the game.

-- Last edit: 2012-03-16 20:00:35

carcrasher88 US (20)

2012-03-16 20:07

Looking at that truck, I'm also not sure if Japanese exclusive (never got the chance to play through the game long enough to see if it's in the game). I know one thing for sure, it IS a variant of the Dodge Ram, but with that front end, it makes me think of an early NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Chevrolet C/K from 1995-97.

www.rmauctions.com/images/cars/rw09/RW09_r144_01.jpg

RVR72GV ID (257)

2012-03-17 00:46

I have the game (the EU version) and have unlocked all vehicles. Will try to check things out soon.

-- Last edit: 2012-03-17 00:47:32

car0203 KR (0)

2013-09-28 08:05

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(Pictures taken by hardrock182 and updated by ta-caprice-xi )

Two traffic cars known as 'small truck' and 'small car' are more seems like the 1979-1985 Suzuki carry and 1988~1993 Suzuki Alto Works each other.

Anjasmara SG (3)

2015-08-16 23:52

You can rename the car in Garage Mode.

MTP02 PL (3)

2018-10-21 19:59

Most the vehicles are unlocked by completing missions without any damage. Destroying targets doesn't count.

MTP02 PL (3)

2018-10-25 20:00

MTP02 wrote Most the vehicles are unlocked by completing missions without any damage. Destroying targets doesn't count.

I will add unlocking sources to cars if I manage them. I use Save States to help myself getting them.

MTP02 PL (3)

2018-10-27 14:45

RVR72GV wrote I have the game (the EU version) and have unlocked all vehicles. Will try to check things out soon.

How? It is hard for me to beat Mission 12 and 13 on time to get the vehiles and I don't know where are the all food stand. I found 13 out of 16.

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