Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving

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Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving
Japanese box art for Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving
Basic Information
Video Game
Logic, Altron, Absolute Entertainment
8-megabit cartridge[1]
Super Nintendo Controller
SNES and Super Famicom
Retail Features
Technical Information
Main Credits
Tomoharu Kimura
European Union European Release Date(s)
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
September 1993[2]
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Super Famicom
July 141992
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This is a sample screenshot from the actual racing mode of this video game.

Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving (鈴木亜久里のF1スーパードライビング Suzuki Aguri no F-1 Super Driving?, "Aguri Suzuki's F-1 Super Driving"),[3] released as Redline F-1 Racer in North America and in Europe and Japan under its original title, is a Formula One simulator for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Everything from treacherous right turns to gasoline is simulated as the player tries to win the FIA World Drivers' and Constructors' Championships. The player can play a single race (non-championship Formula One race) or a season mode where the winner takes all, and the losers can wait until next year.

The game allows players to customize their racing vehicle. Suspension, wings, and brakes among other things can be altered to gain lap times in addition to positions on the track. Winning is near impossible unless the player can successfully tinker with his vehicle from the beginning of the race week. Even the weather can betray the player; having the wrong tires will make the car skid out. The controls and overall gameplay are relatively simplistic for a driving simulator game. Aguri Suzuki even appears in the game as the most expert driver. The graphics in the game look like they come out of an 8-bit console system.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Additional release information. Camya. Retrieved on 2009-03-26
  2. Release information. GameFAQs. Retrieved on 2008-04-29
  3. Japanese title. JPSNES. Retrieved on 2008-04-29

See also[edit | edit source]

  • World Grand Prix - a similar looking game that only has a few dozen pixels less than this game