Rad Racer Ad Blurbs
Advertising BlurbsThe Official Nintendo Player's Guide (1987):
POWER RALLY RACING
You're head-to-head with a Lamborghini and the speedometer of your red-hot speed-bred racer tops 225 kilometers an hour. You feel an adrenalin rush from the sudden increase in speed as your turbo charger flips your rig into rapid acceleration. Watch out! The weather's changing fast, and so are the road conditions. It's getting slick, and you've got to power down or you won't make the hairpin turn!
GAME PLAY: Choose your power machine--a Ferrari type 328 Twin Turbo or the Indy 500 style Formula One. There are eight courses ahead packed with plenty of road hazards and hot competitors with lots of tricks. Your goal is to make it across the checkered flag within time. First you're up against a VW bug. Work your way through power-packed competition--Corvette, Citroen, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Lotus, and more. Use the other Mercedes, Lamborghini, Lotus, and more. Use the other drivers to your advantage. Learn to slipstream for a block. Flip and land on all four tires. Check your timing, watch your speed, and roll!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Mar 14, 2004.
Feel the awesome power of 3-D rally racing!This is no ordinary game pak. This is Rad Racer. Nintendo’s thrilling 3-D video game. Rad Racer comes action-packed with revolutionary 3-D technology and 3-D glasses (they’re free inside) that will have you really believing you’re in the middle of a cross country rally race – cruising along at 200 miles per hour!
Rad Racer takes you through 8 treacherous race courses including the Los Angeles Nightway, the San Francisco Highway and the Grand Canyon. Choose the Ferrari and you’ll enter a Super Machine competition where you’ll race against Corvettes and Lamborghinis. Select the F-1 Machine and you’ll compete against incredibly fast cars. Whether it’s Ferrari or F-1, 3-D or Regular mode, Rad Racer’s hair-pin curves, dare-devil turns and realistic action will bring home all the fun and excitement of real rally racing. Think you’re up to it? Then drivers start you engines. It’s Rad Racer!
Contributed by Jeanne (75402) on Nov 19, 2002.