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Ridge Racer V
Game Profile
Description

Experience Ridge Racer V and believe in the power of the PS2. The cars look great, the backgrounds are gorgeous and the car physics pursue reality like never before. You’ll probably just stare at the graphics in amazement before you can even begin to play the game. And once you do start playing, the impact of the game will hit you like something you have never experienced before.

Reviews

Full Review
Written by John Scalzo on 06/28/01
If they spent half as much time making the game fun, as they did making it look cool, we could really have something.

Specials

PlayStation 2: It Came, It Saw, It Kicked Ass... and Still Does ? Part 1
Written by Adam Woolcott on 10/24/05
The PS2 is turning five years old and we at Gaming Target are celebrating with a five part party. First up: A History Lesson.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 2
PUBLISHER:
Namco
DEVELOPER:
Namco
GENRE: Racing
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
October 25, 2000
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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