Exhaust Heat

Infobox VG
title = Exhaust Heat


caption = North American box art
developer = Seta
publisher = Seta (JPN, USA)
Ocean Software (EUR)
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released = vgrelease|JP=February 21, 1992|NA=March, 1992|EU=March 22, 1993 [cite web | url = http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/snes/data/588318.html| title = Game release information | publisher = Game FAQs| date = | accessdate = 2008-06-26]
genre = Formula One racing
modes = Single-player
ratings = vgratings|ESRB=n/a (not rated)|CERO=n/a (not rated)
platforms = Super Famicom
media = Cartridge
requirements =
input = Super Famicom controller

nihongo|"Exhaust Heat"|エキゾースト・ヒート [cite web | url = http://miyabi18.hp.infoseek.co.jp/date/snes2.txt| title = Japanese title | publisher = JPSNES| date = | accessdate = 2008-06-26] is a Super Famicom game that simulates the season and career of a Formula One superstar. There are more than a dozen car car tracks in the world; all of the corresponding to the 1992 Formula One season. Realistic looking advertisements are present where the audience sits complete with near-perfect spelling of sponsors; this mild level of censorship applies because some of the sponsors are tobacco or alcohol-related. The game uses the Super Famicom's Mode 7 to give the track and background perspective.

Players have a limited amount of money to modify their race car before having to qualify and eventually try to win the race. Modifications must be purchased out of the player's pocket like if he were a driver/owner. No gasoline is used like in arcade racing games; pit stops are only used to fix damage on the automobile. Post-race damage penalties will occur if the player finished the race with a damaged vehicle. Even a minor dent can be expensive to a rookie because of the high level of marksmanship by the mechanics. Total damage can and will force the player to retire from the race. In addition to Japan, this game was also released in Europe and North America as "F1 ROC: Race Of Champions". The player can choose to hide his stats (in order to look at the backgrounds) or view his stats in order to find out whether he is winning or not.

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ee also

* "", the sequel of this game

References

External links

[http://www.meanmachinesmag.co.uk/review/309/f1-exhaust-heat.php Mean Machines Review on "Exhaust Heat"]


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