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Neo Driftout is a little on the short side (it is an arcade game after all), but I had fun all the way through. If you have a Neo-Geo and are a fan of 2-D racing games, I highly recommend it.
Overall, I found Neo Drift Out to be a great racing game. The handling and game play is silky smooth and make Neo Drift Out an absolute blast to play. This is also one of the prettiest 2D racing games I have ever played. The sound does it’s job, the music isn’t distracting, and the engine noises sound good. A few more stages would have been nice, but Neo Drift Out is a nice break from the sea of fighting games on the hardware. I highly recommend it.
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One area where Neo DriftOut is sorely lacking is the replay department. Once I finally beat the final Great Britain track (after about a dozen tries), I felt like I had seen all the game had to offer.