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F1 Dream

F1 Dream
Reviewed byndial
F1 Dream is a great, "bird's eye view" racing game, initially developed by Capcom and released in 1988 on the arcades and a year later converted to the PC-Engine games console.
Racing games usually are not based on a particular story. The thing is pretty simple: Choose your car and race to win against some of the best drivers in the world. Challenge your skills through a variety of gameplay modes and gain the big prize. The two-button 3-gears system is tricky enough and needs some practice at first, but eventually your attention will shift from the acceleration to the main driving. Also, note that steering you car is sometimes frustrating and depends on the terrain you race on! You have a limited number of laps in which you must overtake your opponents, stay on first place and finally win the race. The game is played from a bird's eye perspective (you see your car from above, like an...eagle back then...or a!).

The game features colorful circuits and nicely done cars. The animation is smooth and the races are quite fast. I personally liked some tiny details such as the grass, the small hills and more. The game's sound is nothing special though it features in-game music and a few sampled (but "piercing") sound effects like the car's engine and the sounds of your brakes.
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PC-Engine / TurboGrafx-16 / TurboDuo

PC-Engine / TurboGrafx-16 / TurboDuoCPU: HuC6280 8bit at 3.6MHz
GRAPHICS: Dual 16-bit GPUs (HuC6260 Video Color Encoder, HuC6270A Video Display Controller), 64KB VRAM,
482 colors at once out of 512, 64 hardware sprites,
Supports: 256 x 256 to 320x256 flicker free interlaced screen resolution.
A 512x256 mode is possible through fiddling with registers, but not
SOUND: Capable of generating clear digitized sounds and harmonized music. Use of "Turbo Booster" add-on, could generate stereo sound.
The PC-Engine / TurboGrafx-16 / TurboDuo (default) color palette
9-bit RGB 512-color palette (482 on-screen)
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