Need for Speed 2 is the second game in the popular series of racing games created by Electronic Arts starting with The Need for Speed. It was released in 1997 for PlayStation. An...
Road Rash is a violent motorcycle racing video game developed and published by Electronic Arts released initially in 1991 for Sega Genesis, then ported to Amiga and other platforms.
The Need for Speed is the first racing game in the Need for Speed Series, and it was developed and published by Electronic Arts (EA) in 1994 for 3DO. It was ported to DOS in 1995, and PlayStation and Sega Saturn in 1996.
Out Run is an arcade racing game created by Sega in 1986. It was one of the best-selling video games of its time and it won the Golden Joystick Award for Game of the Year. It was p...
Screamer is an arcade-style racing game developed by Graffiti and released by Virgin Interactive for MS-DOS in 1995. Inspired by Namco's Ridge Racer, the game was released around the same time as EA's The Need for Speed.
Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 is the second game in the Lotus arcade racing trilogy; it was developed by Magnetic Fields and published by Gremlin Graphics in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST.
Street Rod is an American muscle car street racing game developed by Magic Partners with P.Z. Karen Co. Development Group and published by California Dreams in 1989 on DOS and Commodore 64.
Jaguar XJ220 is a racing/driving game created by Core Design and released for the Amiga and Sega Mega-CD in 1993. The game is officially based on the car that was the fastest commercial car available in the 90s.
Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge is the first game of the popular series of racing games using the Lotus brand, developed originally by Magnetic Fields for the Amiga. Lotus I was publi...
Lotus: The Ultimate Challenge is the third game of the Lotus series, three racing computer games published between 1990 and 1992 by Gremlin Graphics and developed by Magnetic Fields.
Super Hang-On is a motorcycle racing coin-up created by SEGA and released in 1987. In the following years, it was ported to many platforms, including Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum.