You have 0 item(s).
Total: $0.00
 
Mario Kart (N64)
Spider-Man: Edge of Time (PS3)
SNES Dust Covers
Vanquish (PS3)
Pokemon Pinball (Gameboy Color)
Expansion Pack (N64)
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (360)
Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360)
Robocop (NES)
Eternal Sonata (360)
 
 
Star Wars Shadows of the Empire (N64)
Mario Party 7 (Nintendo Gamecube)
Double Dragon (Sega Master System)
Karaoke Revolution (Xbox)
MLB 2K13 (Xbox 360)
Halo 4 (Xbox 360)
Indiana Jones And the Temple of Doom (NES)
3 Button Controller (Genesis)
The Sims 2 (DS)
Super Mario Advance (GBA)
Lord of the Rings Two Towers (PS2)
Diddy Kong Racing (N64)
Mario Party 2 (N64)
Pokemon Fire Red (GBA)
Jeopardy (NES)
Godzilla (NES)
Road Rash 64 (N64)
Fifa Soccer 2014 (360)
Star Wars: Battlefront II (Xbox)
Wipeout Pure (PSP)
 
 
 
View price in:  
>Playstation 2>Playstation 2 Games
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero (PS2)
Name: Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero (PS2)
Your Price:
$3.99
Stock Status: 0
Notify Me When Stock Is Available




Customers who bought this item also bought

  • Beautiful Katamari (360)
  • Max Payne 3 (PS3)
  • NBA Shootout 2004 (PS2)
  • Max Payne (PS2)
  • Super Mario All Stars / Super Mario World (SNES)


  • Description
    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.



    Product Reviews

    Write an online review and share your thoughts.