Nitto 1320 Legends

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Nitto 1320 Legends
Basic Information
Video Game
[[Cie Studios]][[Category:Cie Studios]]
Cie Studios
Cie Studios
Racing game
Microsoft Windows
Technical Information (V2 Legends)
Awards | Changelog | Cheats | Codes | Codex
Compatibility | Covers | Credits | DLC | Help
Localization | Manifest | Modding | Patches
Ratings | Reviews | Screenshots | Soundtrack
Videos | Walkthrough

Nitto 1320 Legends is a line of virtual drag racing games created by Cie Studios[1] It is the successor to the original 1320 Challenge game.

Nitto 1320 (V1)[edit | edit source]

The original game was released in 2002 and ran until the new V2 version was ready for release in 2007. Based on drag racing, it featured online play and many tuning options for improving the stock vehicles. A variation of the old V1 application is available to play on Facebook.

Nitto Legends (V2)[edit | edit source]

In January 2007, Cie Studios[1] released a brand new game, Nitto 1320 Legends. The most major improvement from Challenge to Legends was live racing.Rather than the send and receive model deployed in Challenge, Legends allows racers to race directly against each other in real time. The physics engine for Legends was also a dramatic improvement. In Challenge, racers simply purchased all of the parts and had the most powerful car, leaving the race to reaction time, shifting, and gear ratios. In Legends, racers must find the ideal parts combination from millions of permutations, as well as do well in the elements from Challenge.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The aim of the game is to be the best drag racer online by building up your Street Cred (SC), car collection and game money. There are no set goals to achieve like most other games.

Starting with a basic stock Scion tC,Nissan Sentra SE-R,or Acura Integra GSR, game players can win money via the 24/7 Tournaments racing against computer opponents of varying difficulty. With the money won, players can choose to invest in new performance parts to make their car faster or more consistent, move up the property ladder to release new content to buy or put money towards more cars for their garage.

The cars represent those commonly found at a street meet drag race or other racing discipline. Many Japanese and American marques are represented, Including European as well now.

Online Tournaments[edit | edit source]

Every once in a while,Template:Vague there are tournaments to win special prizes, such as badges, trophies and special one-off cars amongst other things. These tournaments are often corporate sponsored by automotive related companies.

Nitto Staff[edit | edit source]

Administrators[edit | edit source]

Administrators are the custodians of the game, adding new features to the game on a constant basis and also general upkeep of the Nitto site and forum. They also organise the official online tournaments.

Senior Moderators[edit | edit source]

Senior moderators not only keep order within the game and forum, but are also a superior rank to voted-in moderators and are responsible for their training.

Moderators[edit | edit source]

Moderators are responsible for keeping forum and game chat windows in order and can also ban or mute people who disobey rules within the game. Moderators are voted in every 3 months with a Top 10 position.

Guides[edit | edit source]

Guides are present in the game to help out new users to the many features of the game. They can mute for rule breaking within the game, but cannot ban like moderators can.

Journalists[edit | edit source]

Journalist tasks include writing about the game and new features for the site and forum. They also do the occasional interview of racers (i.e. tournament winners).

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]