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Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero

by Crave Entertainment
PlayStation2
Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews) 76 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00005B70T
  • Item Weight: 8.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,698 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Curious about those individuals who drive tricked-out Japanese cars? You know, the lowered Hondas with tires so wide they extend beyond the fenders, the souped-up Toyotas with supersized exhaust pipes, and the custom-painted Nissans with tinted windows and back windshields adorned with adjectives such as "wicked"?

Wonder no more. Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero delves into the world of highway racing and features customized Japanese autos. The basic premise: cruise the Tokyo highway until you find someone who looks a bit too cocky, flash your lights to signal your racing intentions, and commence speeding. The racing physics in the game aren't perfect, and the graphics may not bowl you over, but TXR is a lot of fun, and it can be a very deep game for dedicated players.

There are hundreds of prospective opponents and plenty of ways to upgrade your car, but the one element that will no doubt turn off American racing gamers is the fact that there's only one track for the entire game. If you can handle that, and the lack of any apparent damage from collisions, then TXR is good fun. --Jeff Young

--This text refers to the Sega Dreamcast edition of this game


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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a different take on racing August 12, 2001
This is a very cool racing game. Instead of the usual pick a car, track, and race other cars, you actually cruise the streets for opponents, challenge them, and if you win use the money to tune your street machine even more.
There are alot of very innovative things in this game. You cruise the streets in your car, and flash your headlights at other tuned up cars and challenge them to a race. This makes the game very realistic. As you cruise looking for opponents there are civilian vehicles on the road to avoid. The civilian cars are realitivly smart too, if you stop in a lane and put on your hazard lights, they'll change lanes to avoid you, very realistic. You can upgrade your car many ways from adding ground effects to stickers to wheels and horsepower upgrades. The cars are not named (like honda civic, mitsubishi eclipse etc.) they have numbers instead, but are still recognizable to their real life counterparts. There are a TON of rival gangs to race, and a variety of other modes like time attack, and free run.
Although the game is a great new take on racing, the graphics are nothing special. When compared to gran turismo 3's city night scenes, they look very poor. But the graphics are still above psx level, and the cars are very good looking.
This is a great racing game, but if i had to pick one, i would go with gt3. Still it's worth getting tokyo extreme racer zero if you are at all interested in import racing.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Racing game with a personal touch May 1, 2003
ok, straight to the point, GET THIS GAME!, if you are even the slightest bit interested in street racing this is the game for you, it's true that it doesn't have as much cars or tracks as GT3, but thats not what this game is about, the object of this game is to buy a car, race it on the streets of Tokyo, gain money, tune up your car and race some more, the thing that makes this game so much fun is how personal it makes things, you dont race on a track with 8 other nameless opponents, you drive around, looking for your opponent, you come up behind him and flash your highbeems, he lights his hazard lights to acknowledge your challenge and the game is on, you blast through the road going 200 mph dodging traffic, and the interesting thing is although you have a somewhat limited number of opponents (a little more than 380) each of your opponents have their own personality, you can check their profile, learn about what they do for a living and why they tune their cars, then you go out looking for the ones that you wish to challenge, they're not always driving around, the game uses the PS2's internal realtime clock, some of the racers only go out once a week, some of them only at certain time of the day and they either drive around in a certain area or sit and wait at an on-ramp for their next opponent, it makes things so much fun and a lot more realistic, like one time i drove around for an hour hunting down some chick in a BMW M3 that ran me into the wall at the last second causing me to lose the race, you can't help but take things personaly. Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game February 5, 2002
I rented this game and thought it was great. Although it doesn't have the GT3 graphics it comes close. If you've played GT3 you can't change body panels on your car, but in TER0 you can. The cars aren't licensed by the manufacturers, but look like the real cars(NSX, Supra, Skyline etc.)they are named by mumbo jumbo letters and numbers. You can Change The cars name to what ever you want. You can change the car color if you want, the body with spiolers, side skirts etc. and sup up the engine and suspension. The gameplay is great. you race racers on the street with traffic coming straight at you. There is over 200 miles of road to Race! Also there are many many racers that race you. The racers are AI, they even cover gaps so you don't pass them. The higher your rank in the game the more money you get but the racers are more difficult to beat. This game is great fun with hours of gameplay. The only complaint i have is that there aren't any cops.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The first racing RPG? June 5, 2001
This game is like Pokemon for adults - gotta catch them all! (cars, that is).
The title is a PS2 version of the Dreamcast niche hit, tokyo xtreme racer 2.. which was a much expanded sequel to (yes) tokyo xtreme racer (or tokyo highway battle, or.. whatever it was called in japanese). Anyway, trust me, it has a real pedigree.
Zero is better than the DC version in quite a number of ways - no frame rate issues, no load time while on the highways, more highway buildings and landmarks, no bugs, two player split screen mode, more visual effects, etc etc.. all the good stuff has been preserved however.
Don't expect Gran Turismo 3 quality visuals, some of the tunnels and bridges generate quite nasty moire patterns as they run off into the distance, nor is TXR:0 competing as a touring car simulation .. its a night highway battle simulation, and comes with a little documentary on the street racing scene that shows the inspiration for the game perfectly..
Anyway there is far too much to talk about.. if you are AT ALL interested in road cars and what you can do to tune them up, how they look with new spoilers attached, what different engines sound like and how different models handle, then get this game!! After several weeks of fun, you'll be able to claim that you've weaved down the tokyo-yokohama expressway through night traffic at over 200 mph, in a car you built up resprayed and tuned yourself over many many days.. since it is unlikely you will be able to do this in real life, the game is worth every penny!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
This game is awesome!
Published 3 months ago by J KEN
5.0 out of 5 stars Cd plays, fast delivery and i now get to ...
Cd plays,fast delivery and i now get to remember old times playing this game.
Published 3 months ago by Diego Rodriguez
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
Probably one of the most underrated PS2 games. Very fun, and one of the best racing games.
Published 4 months ago by David
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Love this game. Glad to have it back in the archives.
Published 4 months ago by timmmmyo5
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
best racing game ever, was the start of Fast and Furious times
Published 4 months ago by Blair Pennington
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great game to play i have all 4 of them and i enjoy playing then till today
Published 7 months ago by George Figueroa
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Game
Any fan of Japanese cars and tuning will enjoy this game. I highly recommend it along with its successor, Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3.
Published 11 months ago by Jake
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome game
Awesome game, not as good as TXR 3 or TXR Drift 2, but still a good pick for the series
Published 16 months ago by Alexander G.
5.0 out of 5 stars Just as I remembered it.
The only problem I've ever had with this game is that the levels of each aero types couldn't be chosen by preferences if you wanted a better car as the game defines. Read more
Published 20 months ago by Lorenzo Hernandez III
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good game.love racing
I like races in Tokyo...Reminds me of 2Fast2furious Tokyo Drift...movie...But don't like the scratchy music this game plays..kinda gives me an headache
Published 24 months ago by Rachel Dietz
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