List of NASCAR Video Games - List of NASCAR Video Games

List of NASCAR Video Games

Title Release date Platform(s) Developer Publisher
Richard Petty's Talladega 1985 Commodore 64, Atari XL Cosmi Electronic Arts
Days of Thunder 1990 Amiga, Atari ST, C64, DOS, Game Boy, NES, ZX Spectrum Argonaut Software Mindscape Group
Bill Elliott's NASCAR Challenge April 1991 NES Konami Konami
Bill Elliott's NASCAR Challenge 1991 NES, DOS, Macintosh Distinctive Software Konami
Bill Elliott NASCAR Fast Tracks 1991 Game Boy Distinctive Software Konami
NASCAR Racing 1994 PC, Macintosh Papyrus Sierra
Kyle Petty's No Fear Racing 1995 SNES Williams Entertainment Williams Entertainment
NASCAR Racing September 30, 1996 PlayStation Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR Racing 2 November 30, 1996 PC Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR 98 August 31, 1997 Sega Saturn EA Sports Electronic Arts
NASCAR 98 1997 PlayStation EA Sports Electronic Arts
NASCAR 99 September 30, 1998 PlayStation EA Sports Electronic Arts
NASCAR 99 1998 Nintendo 64 Stormfront Studios Electronic Arts
NASCAR Racing 1999 Edition 1998 PC Papyrus Sierra
Trivial Pursuit: NASCAR 1999 PC Hasbro Interactive Hasbro Interactive
NASCAR Revolution January 31, 1999 PC Stormfront Studios Electronic Arts
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Racing April 1, 1999 PC Sierra Sierra
NASCAR Racing 3 August 31, 1999 PC Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR 2000 September 30, 1999 PC,

Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, PlayStation

EA Sports Electronic Arts
NASCAR Legends October 31, 1999 PC Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR Rumble January 31, 2000 PlayStation Electronic Arts Electronic Arts
NASCAR 2001 September 19, 2000 PlayStation 2,

PlayStation

Black Box EA Sports
NASCAR Heat September 27, 2000 PlayStation,

Game Boy Color, PC

Monster Games Hasbro Interactive
NASCAR Racers 2000 PlayStation,

Game Boy Color

Majesco Majesco
NASCAR Arcade 2000 Arcade Sega AM3/Electronic Arts Sega
NASCAR Racing 4 February 6, 2001 PC Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR Thunder 2002 October 2, 2001 PlayStation 2,

Xbox, PlayStation

EA Sports Electronic Arts
NASCAR Heat 2002 November 14, 2001 PlayStation 2,

Game Boy Advance, Xbox

Monster Games Atari
NASCAR Racing 2002 Season February 14, 2002 PC, Macintosh Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR Thunder 2003 September 19, 2002 PC,

PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation

EA Sports EA Sports
NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona November 11, 2002 PlayStation 2,

GameCube

Monster Games Infogrames
NASCAR Racing 2003 Season February 14, 2003 PC, Macintosh Papyrus Sierra
NASCAR Thunder 2004 September 16, 2003 PC,

PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation

Electronic Arts Electronic Arts
NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup August 31, 2004 PlayStation 2,

Xbox, GameCube

EA Tiburon Electronic Arts
NASCAR SimRacing February 15, 2005 PC EA Tiburon Electronic Arts
NASCAR 06: Total Team Control August 30, 2005 PlayStation 2,

Xbox

EA Sports EA Sports
NASCAR 07 September 6, 2006 PlayStation 2,

Xbox, PSP

EA Sports EA Sports
NASCAR 08 July 23, 2007 PlayStation 2,

PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

EA Tiburon EA Sports
EA Sports NASCAR Racing August 3, 2007 Arcade EA Sports Global VR
NASCAR 09 June 10, 2008 Xbox 360,

PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3

EA Tiburon EA Sports
Days of Thunder February 5, 2009 iPhone Unknown Freeverse
NASCAR Kart Racing February 10, 2009 Wii EA Sports EA Sports
Days of Thunder: Arcade February 22, 2011 PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade Piranha Games Paramount Digital Entertainment
NASCAR The Game: 2011 March 29, 2011

May 24, 2011

PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

Wii

Eutechnyx Eutechnyx and Activision
NASCAR Unleashed November 1, 2011 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo 3DS Firebrand Games Activision
NASCAR The Game: Inside Line November 6, 2012 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii Eutechnyx Eutechnyx and Activision

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