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Shutokou Battle 2 (Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2/Tokyo Highway Challenge 2), Racing, 2000



Developer: Genki

Publisher: Crave Entertainment

Damageable vehicles: No

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Pictures for this video game were provided by: XThUnDeRX

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Takumi FR (397)

2010-11-06 11:54

Very very nice man !! ;)

Takumi FR (397)

2010-11-06 15:31

Very impressive car list

strike9 US (11)

2010-11-06 20:44

um I think this is also available for PS2 known as tokyo extreme racer 0 btw you forgot to add the Mazda Lantis

-- Last edit: 2010-11-06 20:49:04

Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2010-11-06 21:25

Thanks for the images! But as Takumi said, it would be appreciated if you could also submit any traffic cars if you get the chance for extra completeness :)

Also added it to our Facebook page for your hard work ;)

www.facebook.com/pages/Igcd-Internet-Games-Car-Database/118341241549554

-- Last edit: 2010-11-06 21:26:14

Antti-san FI (38)

2010-11-06 21:36

strike9 wrote um I think this is also available for PS2 known as tokyo extreme racer 0 btw you forgot to add the Mazda Lantis

I believe Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero for the PS2 was pretty much a "remake" of this game. :think:

XThUnDeRX CA (172)

2010-11-06 22:44

strike9 wrote um I think this is also available for PS2 known as tokyo extreme racer 0 btw you forgot to add the Mazda Lantis


I don't believe that the Lantis is in This game. Only in 0.

strike9 US (11)

2010-11-07 00:31

what i don't understand is that txro had a wide variety of traffic cars wilst txr3 only has yellow bus\vans as traffic cars, and no hondas

doseisan JP (3)

2010-11-16 15:07

Tracks or places: Shutokō

XThUnDeRX CA (172)

2014-02-13 19:15

Well, I have found some highly interesting info.

There appears to be several cars that were never released in the game, yet their information still remains. What's more interesting is the "body" used for them, which is a floating '98 Mitusbishi GTO, that's actually licensed? No fake naming, and the license plate actually reads the GTO logo.

Through Research, I was able to figure out what these absent cars WOULD'VE been.

Type-S141V - 1st Generation Toyota Aristo
Type-GZ20TT - 2nd Generation Toyota Soarer
Type-RNN14 - Nissan Pulsar GTi-R
Type-CBAEP - Mazda Lantis
Type-MC21S - 2nd Generation Suzuki Wagon R
Type-MC21S4 - 2nd Generation Suzuki Wagon R (Different variant?)
Type-L902S - 2nd Generation Daihatsu Move (Daihatsu at one point could've been in the game.)
Type-L901S - 2nd Generation Daihatsu Move (Different variant?)

There also exists a slightly (and I really do mean SLIGHTLY) alternate variant of the Toyota Mark II, named in game as the Type-100MV. I at first thought there were no differences at first, but closer evaluation revealed that the Type-100MV has different colored front indicators, a slightly larger front grille, and a modified fake Toyota logo (which is absent on the normally accessible Type-100MVM) on the rear. Do you guys think I should upload it or should it be disregarded since it is normally not accessible without a device such as a Gameshark?

UPDATE: It turns out that the absent logos are all present within the Japanese release of the game. It is unknown why they were removed overseas.


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ItsaUserName EN (69)

2014-02-13 19:35

My interest is piqued. I'd like to see an image of this floating GTO.

GroupB US (618)

2014-02-13 21:17

There's more--I have the Japanese strategy guide, and apparently the traffic cars are playable. Unfortunately, it seems that they only work online through the Japanese servers, and that setup is long gone.



-- Last edit: 2014-02-13 21:19:05

XThUnDeRX CA (172)

2014-02-18 18:25

GroupB wrote There's more--I have the Japanese strategy guide, and apparently the traffic cars are playable. Unfortunately, it seems that they only work online through the Japanese servers, and that setup is long gone.



I remember a long time ago having found a save online that had these traffic cars unlocked, however I haven't been able to find it since, which is a real shame since I would've posted updated pictures of for it. (Which reminds me I still need to finish up the pictures of this game, I'm slow I know.)

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2014-02-20 00:41

GroupB wrote There's more--I have the Japanese strategy guide, and apparently the traffic cars are playable. Unfortunately, it seems that they only work online through the Japanese servers, and that setup is long gone.


NKR58E/S/R is an Isuzu Elf
FV is a Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great
EE98VS is a Toyota Corolla E90

Pretty damn good identifying there.

GroupB US (618)

2014-02-20 05:33

Here's the rest:

GroupB US (618)

2014-02-20 05:46

I can attempt to answer any other Genki questions that may come up, but there is a slight language barrier:

XThUnDeRX CA (172)

2014-05-16 18:14

FINALLY.

Every photo has been re-done and complete!

The only missing traffic vehicle, according to GroupB's photo, is the NKR58R (Isuzu Elf), which I cannot get to appear for the life of me.

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