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Test Drive Le Mans

Platform : Sega Dreamcast
Rated: Everyone
32 customer reviews
Metascore: 93 / 100

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Complete with disc(s), official case, artwork, and manual. Case, artwork, and manual may show light wear. Disc(s) are professionally cleaned. Guaranteed functional or replacement.

Test Drive Le Mans is the official game of the internationally famous Le Mans auto race, which dates back to 1923. Players can select from among a series of Le Mans circuit tracks that wind through the Sarthe region of France, and choose from among over 40 cars that reach speeds approaching 200 mph. Also, race fans can compete in GT and prototype classes, and choose from officially licensed racing teams.

Along with distinct engine sounds, the cars also exhibit realistic engine conditions, so that racers need to factor a pit strategy into their racing. Lighting effects around the tracks mimic the race's 24-hour cycle from day to night to day. Precise road conditions and collision effects allow for realistic crashes, spinouts, and flips. The Le Mans mode allows players to compete in a 24-hour race, or compress it into 10-minute, 30-minute, one-hour, or six-hour modes. Up to four players can compete simultaneously via a split screen.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00004YMZV
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,070 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jon B. Cochrane on November 14, 2000
I'm a huge race fan, and the main reason I play video games is to fulfill my racing career. Since Gran Turismo for the PSX and then Sega GT for the Dreamcast I've had a great selection of racing sims.
This game blows them away. If your a sports car fan then you know what the 24 hours of Le Mans is all about. This game recreates that race and more. The game itself has brilliant control, each car handles differently. The Dodge Viper is gonna handle different then a Porsche GT2. The car models themselves are simply gorgeous. They look like CARS, not polygonal crayola colored triangular looking things that resemble a Viper, heck, you can even see the brake calipers!! (How cool is that?). I haven't finished the game but it has around 40 different cars and 9 or 10 tracks (I haven't won all those yet either). You can even race a 24 hour race if you want, that's right a full 24 freakin' hours. That's a bit much, but it's there if you wanted to.
Overall this is the best racing game I have ever played. Bar none. It's not necessarily the deepest as far as number of cars or tracks or blah, blah, blah, but it is as close as I'm gonna get to racing the BMW V12 at Le Mans. With this game, I'm even ok withthat.
Go pick it up, you WON'T be disappointed.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 23, 2000
Graphics - 4.5; Sound - 4.0; Control - 4.5; Replay Value - 4
What's up with Dreamcast? Even with the release of Playstation 2 and all its hype, Sega and it's partners are quietly releasing one outstanding game after another. Nothing against Playstation 2, as technically it's an admirable system and I might buy that too when available. But sometimes people forget that Dreamcast is also a 128-bit system with similar capabilities. And it's the games that sell systems, not the other way around. Right now Dreamcast has lots of 'A' games.
The last few weeks we've seen the release of one quality Dreamcast game after another - Test Drive V Rally, Skies of Arcadia, NFL2k1, Starlancer, Grandia II & many more upcoming ones. But now this - perhaps the best racing game on Dreamcast or any other console - Test Drive LeMans.
Test Drive LeMans'attention to detail is striking. Each car's reflections, shadows, headlights, sponsor ads. and symbols are the best I've seen. When driving at night, your car's tail lights even cast a foggy glow and the the car itself leaves a realistic and subtle 'trail' effect. Hard to explain, you just have to see it! When your car gets off-track, it leaves animated dust trails that rotate like a galaxy and slowly dissipates-unbelievable! Even the stars at night seem to twinkle and aren't just bright stationary pixels in the sky. I just received this game yesterday and who knows what else is in store. Only gripe is that the framerate is likely not 60fps. But the sense of speed is still there. The tracks are detailed enough but not outstanding.
As good as the graphics and sounds are, they would mean nothing without playability and control. But again LeMans excels. It's a great balance of realistic sim and slightly arcade.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By flaviolius on February 13, 2001
I'll admit, racing games never held my interest much until the Dreamcast came along. First, Metropolis Street Racer, which was so amazing I decided to get Test Drive Le Mans as well. Between these two, I'm hooked big time. My thinking used to be: "Let's face it, how fun can driving really really fast around and around a track be?" Le Mans caused me to eat my words before my first race was done. Why? The graphics are dazzling, even better than MSR. The weather changes during the 24 hour Le Mans race (yes, 24 hours in real time, if that's your thing) from sunstreaked skies to a thunderous downpour. The time of day is gorgeously simulated as well -- the sky slowly darkens and the full moon rises. This is the best-looking racer there is, no question. The controls are masterful: you can feel your car beginning to spin out and feel the weight shift as you barrel around hairpin turns. The thing I like the most, however, is the AI. Each car (up to 24 on screen at once!) has separate AI, so you'll see them jockey with each other, smash into walls, and spin out on the grass. None of the perfect, unchanging routes that made me hate racing games in the past. You actually have a chance of winning even if you're in the middle of the pack on the last lap!! There are around 40 licensed cars to choose from, all authentically rendered down to glowing brake discs and trails from spoilers, and meticulously detailed. The reflection mapping has to be seen to believed. You can choose quick race (which opens up all 10 real-life tracks), championship (opens up new cars), and Le Mans (offers the true 24 hour test, or compressed). Le Mans also stays away, thankfully, from tinkering with your car's particulars all day. I just wanna race!Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Adam on August 3, 2001
I picked up Test drive Le Mans a while back and to this day I still play it allot! It is the ONLY GAME for ANY system to generate 24 cars on the track at one time let alone in the same screen. You have over 30 cars to choose from. You have your basic 2 groups GT, and Protoype. In the GT you have your Porsches and Vipers, and then the Protypes had cars like the Panoz Esperante, Toyota GT 1 and many more. The graphics are absolutely splended. The smoke from squealing tires, and tire marks, headlights glaring, backround effects, weather (such as the rain looks spectacular.) The rain can be seen falling and making the little ripple on the ground, and the faster you travel, the wider the tracks are from your tires (where the rain splits from the tires) The handling is awesome. Easy to control, and fast and responsive. This game is a MUST HAVE for any dreamcast racing fan.
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