A cheap but good racing game Kanjozoku Game has been released on Steam, where gamers can drive legendary Japanese cars through the streets of Osaka in the 90s. Until July 23, it is given with a 25% discount.
The game cannot boast of modern graphics, but it has MMO elements and an advanced car tuning system. Gamers can repaint their car, replace or customize the engine, and upgrade bumpers, hoods, headlights, wheels, rims, tires, coil overs, and more. Another feature of Kanjozoku Game is the variety of single and multiplayer modes, including drift, time trial, and escape from the police.
Gamers warmly accepted the race – on Steam, the project received 88% positive feedback. Of the pluses, players highlight cool cars and tuning, of the minuses – a small number of tracks and weak physics.
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