Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero Struts Its Stuff On PS2

 

IMMEDIATE
RELEASE

 

"Tokyo
Xtreme Racer Zero" Struts Its Stuff On PS2 

 

Amazingly
Detailed and Customizable Street Racer Debuts on PlayStation(R)2

 

Los
Angeles, CA – May 29, 2001 – Crave Entertainment announced today the shipment
of "Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero" for the PlayStation(R)2 computer
entertainment system. The highly-acclaimed racing franchise has made its way
to the PS2, presenting car racing fans with a realistic one-on-one illegal
street-race environment and an in-depth customized part list that is second to
none.

 

"The
past two ‘Tokyo Xtreme Racer’ games for the Dreamcast have been very
successful and we are ecstatic to bring the series to PlayStation 2,"
said Holly Newman, Executive Vice President at Crave Entertainment.
"Players will have access to a wealth of information about the different
cars and their various parts. The depth of ‘TXR0’ is simply amazing and will
provide hours upon hours of gameplay."

 

"Tokyo
Xtreme Racer Zero" duplicates the Tokyo highway system, including
extensive details, from scenery to exit ramps. As players embark on a journey
through the dark recesses of illegal street racing, they can modify their cars
with innumerable part combinations; the game has over 100 different tire rims
and colors alone! Detailed models weighing in at 4,000 poly’s combine with
extensive background variety and a blazing 60 frames per second to take
players on an exhilarating midnight drive down the highway. Alertness pays
off, as "TXR0" features all the obstacles of real world driving,
including stalled motorists and traffic flares.

 

Winning
races allows drivers to upgrade vehicles or buy new ones. A 2-player split
screen displays head-to-head action while 30 new music tracks encourage the
need to speed. A special DVD bonus shares both a documentary about the world
of Japanese street racing and a sneak peek at Universal Picture’s upcoming
release, "The Fast and the Furious." With over 400 rivals on the
road in race after race, "TXR0" has no room for Sunday drivers.

"Tokyo
Xtreme Racer Zero" is rated E and available now.

 

About
Crave Entertainment 

Crave Entertainment is a privately held publisher of
innovative videogame entertainment products for the major console platforms
including Sega Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, the PlayStation game console,
PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox(TM) video game console
from Microsoft, and PC. For more information about Crave Entertainment, please
visit www.cravegames.com.

 

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415-552-1183

 

 

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