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Zero 4 Champ Doozy-J, Racing, 1997



Developer: Media Kings

Publisher: Media Kings

Damageable vehicles: No

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Carfreak86 US (0)

2009-10-12 23:36

I had never heard of the Zero4 Champ series until 2007, but could not get a hang of the manual transmission during the game (SNES version) and was stuck at the starting line with the vehicle all the way to its redline. Before this, I hadn't played a game with all Japanese cars past an arcade version of Initial D in 2004. Seems interesting... ;)

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