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F1 Pole Position

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F1 Pole Position
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F1 Pole Position cover art (North American version)
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Human Entertainment[1]]][[Category:Human Entertainment[1]]]
[[Human Entertainment (JP)
Ubisoft (NA)
Ubisoft (EU)
[1]]][[Category:Human Entertainment (JP)
Ubisoft (NA)
Ubisoft (EU)
[1]]]
Human Grand Prix
Formula One racing[1]
Super NES cartridge
Super NES game controller
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
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F1 Pole Position (known in Japan as Human Grand Prix (ヒューマングランプリ?, "Human Grand Prix")[2]) is considered to be the first game in the Human Grand Prix series for the Super Famicom. It is one of the first licensed Formula One games not to feature Satoru Nakajima after his retirement in 1991; the release date was November 20, 1992. The game was developed and published by Human Entertainment with co-operation with Fuji Television and FOCA. The game was strange in that the opposition cars where able to pass through one another without crashing. There was also a bug in the circuit used in the Canadian Grand Prix where at the hairpin, the barriers had a gap enabling one to drive through and onto the grass.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Release information. GameFAQs. Retrieved on 2008-07-19
  2. Japanese title. Super Famicom Data Base. Retrieved on 2008-07-19

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