Ridge Racer (video Game) - Development and Release

Development and Release

During release for arcade system board, Ridge Racer was called by Namco "the most realistic driving game ever". The game featured three-dimensional polygon graphics with texture mapping and various types of terrain. The game in the PlayStation version was shown at the 1995 Electronic Entertainment Expo event, and it was an innovation in the use of three-dimensional polygons. Ridge Racer was released in North America on September 8, 1995 as one of eight launch titles for the PlayStation.

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