NEO DRIFT OUT review for Neo-Geo - Classic Game Room
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Neo Drift Out - Neo-Geo MVS

Super playable arcade style racing game that can be described as a monster-sized version of R.C. Pro-Am! Choose a rally car from Subaru, Mitsubishi or Toyota and race in top down challenges across a variety of terrains. New technology!
  • Release date: 1996
  • Genre: Driving/Racing
  • Developer: Visco Corporation
  • Publisher: SNK
  • Players: 1-2 Players
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fillitfillit
a true arcade racing game.
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ggallegos1
the game is fast paced, controls effortlessly, and is a ton of fun. admittedly, it's a coin muncher, but what arcade machine wasn't back in the day? the graphics are awesome, the sound is upbeat, and its just pure fun
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heisenberg2735
Its the controls that make this game great!! They are responsive and weighted perfectly!!!
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