There is a once-great series called Tokyo Xtreme Racer. Dreamcast owners loved it; if every other racer on the planet hadn’t aped and improved it, we’d recommend eBaying a system for that alone. Problem is, every TXR since has been a pallid photocopy of the series' 2000 height, Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2. Now, though no one asked for a portable version, we’re saddled with Street Supremacy, which is definitely not among the best games for the PSP.
A novel approach to street racers
Generally attractive city-scape
Nicely drawn car models
Simply awful speed and handling
Shrill techno music
Lame dialogue cutscenes
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|Description||No matter what it tries, this game can't get away from the actual racing, which is more boring and lethargic than we thought possible.|
|US censor rating||"Everyone"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|