Coming to Top Gear 2, everyone will enjoy many exciting races. It is the sequel to Top Gear (1992), which was released by Vic Tokai on Sega Genesis on June 2, 1994 in North America.
The game content
A highlight of this game is that it possesses a sharper image system (developed based on the Lotus Series image system). Besides the strong image quality, players can participate in racing upgrades in different stages of the game. The game provides two game modes, including single-player and multiplayer. Besides, the developer also designed a unique weather system. This will make the race tracks different. So, the player should select the right tires to use before starting a race, which is suitable for the weather condition. For example, you must use dry tires in the bad weather (raining and slippery roads). Or use wet tires in the hot weather to keep the car moving stably on the track. In particular, the COM is designed more sophisticated than the previous version. It will bring more intensive competition for gamers.
In addition, Top Gear 2 has 64 different tracks in 16 countries. Each country will own four racing tracks. The first match of the game will be in Australia, and the last match to complete the game will take place in the United States. To complete a race, players need to have a lot of ingenious control to overtake their opponents. Also, you need to be in the top 10 drivers to complete the race with the shortest time to be able to participate in new races.
Besides completing the race with good results, each race brings a certain amount of bonuses at the end of the match. Upon the ranking position you win, the amount of prize money may be different. Players will have to use these funds to upgrade the vehicle. This is a very important thing that you must pay attention to because the game will be more and more difficult. Therefore, you must regularly upgrade your vehicle to be ready for the fierce race ahead. The upgrades include replacing the engine, upgrading the gearbox, the nitro aerosol, and adding extra protective armor to the car to withstand more bumps in each race.