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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of A Bayonetta! View Post
    End of November cannot come quick enough for me!!! 'Daytoooooonaaaaa! It's Gonna be, it's gonna be!!!'

    Chris.
    I think you mean "Let's Go Away!"

    I find it hilarious that there is a karaoke mode! Can't wait!

    I recently dug out 2001 for the Dreamcast while I wait for the PSN release. I do like it. I hear criticism of sensitive controls, but maybe I don't notice it because 2001 is the version I've played most (I've played it once in a '94 arcade machine), and I've only ever played it with the steering wheel.
    There was an echidna from Vegas
    Whose hairstyle was totally outrageous
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    He told them the idea was Sega's


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    It's definitely a harder game compared to Outrun 2, but it's still sooo much more fun than Sega Rally.

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    No. Sega Rally is still the arcade king for me.
    Tic Tac, sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer French Bread View Post
    No. Sega Rally is still the arcade king for me.
    And for me. Sega Rally is much more playable. Daytona USA's controls are to stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberbeast41 View Post
    And for me. Sega Rally is much more playable. Daytona USA's controls are to stiff.
    When I read something like that, I'll skip getting it on PSN and go back and play my Sega Saturn version
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    The demo is still free, and i think he was referring to stiff controls in every Daytona iteration, not just this HD one.

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    I love Daytona, really love it. Despite nearly twenty years have passed it's still a great game. Maybe this porting is a bit cheap, but the ability to play online with friend is priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizpig View Post
    The demo is still free, and i think he was referring to stiff controls in every Daytona iteration, not just this HD one.
    There might be a demo on XBLA but no demo on PSN
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    My only disappointment with this game is SEGA has dropped on the ball on the lobby system. They system is crap and is the main reason the online is pretty much dead on both PSN & XBL.

    Wish they would update it!!

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    I recall marking the game down in my review because of the piss-poor lobby system. It's blatantly half-arsed, which is a real shame as Daytona is a game which should thrive in multiplayer.

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