3D Arcade Driving Machines
Highway Entertainment currently has very cheap pricing on the Maximum Heat and Road Fighters 3D driving games. The machines are reconditioned and available ex Japan. Players have the option of playing the machines in either 2D or 3D mode.|
Maximum Heat is the Japanese version of Dead Heat, a head-to-head street racing game from Namco. Although the game itself is essentially the same, the Japanese model features a stereoscopic 3D screen.
The machine features a set of 3D glasses mounted to the cabinet in a way that the user does not have to wear them. Players have the option of playing Maximum Heat in either 2D or 3D and the mode can be changed by the press of a button.
Maximum Heat also has an improved webcam avatar feature compared to Dead Heat. The game allows players to have a character overlay, such as those used in Namco's Tank! Tank! Tank! and Mario Kart GP. Before the race, the built-in camera will take a picture of you and will use that photo to identify your car to other players. Instead of trying to figure out who is "Player 2" in that car battling with, a quick look at the photo tells you that your buddy or girlfriend is the one that is racing neck and neck with you.
Road Fighters is a 3D racing game from Konami. The game is a sequel to Konami's first driving game, Road Fighter which was released in 1984. The cabinet has a set of 3D glasses mounted to the machine and two 'peep-holes' built into the seat to allow spectators to view the action in 3D also. Players can also play the game in 2D and can switch between 2D and 3D modes with the press of a button.
Road Fighters features five different game modes, including: the Road Fighter Challenge (a mission mode where to pick a character and race against bosses to win medals and dress up parts for your car), Online Multiplayer, Battle Mode (where players can race against their friends), Time Attack and Event (online tournaments are periodically held).
Road Fighters has support for Konami's e-Amusement service for keeping track of player data. The background music has been taken from Konami's library of Bemani music.
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