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Death Race is what you get when you combine Gran Turismo, Twisted Metal, and the original Grand Theft Auto for your NES. Obviously, this is an unlicensed game, as the big guns over at Nintendo would never release this tasty little slice of red meat. No matter. Once you wrestle with the controls a bit (you move by pressing “Up” on the D-Pad) and get the hang of your death mobile, you’ll wonder why you had never heard of this game before.
Graphics are poor, with there being little
detail for the stages – especially the miniscule gremlins. It’s not a bad
idea on the surface, and even has a two-player co-op mode, but it’s
bland and poorly thought out in execution, making even driving over