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San Francisco Rush 2049
|San Francisco Rush 2049|
|Release date:||1999, 2000|
|Game modes:||Single player, multiplayer|
|Platform:||Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, Arcade|
San Francisco Rush 2049 (also known as Rush 2049 and San Francisco Rush 3) is the third racing game in the San Francisco Rush trilogy. Developed by Midway, San Francisco Rush 2049 was originally an arcade game released in 1999. In 2000, console versions were released for the Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, and the Game Boy Color.
The game is notable because of the high level of detail the went into creating a futuristic version of San Francisco and the fast arcade-style physics. The game also features a two-player mode and rumble pack support. Hidden shortcuts and jumps add to the replay value of the game. This only major difference in gameplay when compared to its predecessors is the ability to extend wings from your car in midair and glide.
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