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SRS: Street Racing Syndicate

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SRS: Street Racing Syndicate is an arcade racing game, offering more than 50 licensed cars, which are tunable with licensed tuning parts. The player races on tracks situated in Los Angeles, Miami and Philadelphia, both during daylight and at night. It's also possible to date 18 cute models, each with their own video clips.

The game features two modes:

In Street Mode, there are tree types of awards: money, respect and girls. Money is necessary to buy cars, tuning parts and place bets, and can be earned by winning races and collecting prizes and bets. The player receives respect points for doing tricks such as two-wheel driving or drifting. These points allow them to progress in the game (i.e. unlock races). The last type of award, girls, will date the player if they win a respect challenge. This can be a car chasing, a checkpoint run or a respect points race. There are 8 races with various crews and difficulty, each consisting of three tracks where the player will race against one or three opponents. It's also possible to drive Street Challenges (point-to-point races) against another car, where the winner takes the bet. Or the player can just cruise around the town in Cruise Zone.

Arcade mode offers four types of races: Quick Race, Checkpoint Run, Ironman (set of 3-12 races which have to be won), Speed Trial (a race against time).

SRS: Street Racing Syndicate also features six multiplayer modes: Quick Race, Collection Race, Team Collection Race, Team Time Race, Team Position Race and Pink Slip Race. They can be played over LAN or on Internet using GameSpy Arcade.


SRS: Street Racing Syndicate Windows There are 18 girls to be found in the game
SRS: Street Racing Syndicate Windows ...where you can apply filters.
SRS: Street Racing Syndicate Windows Racing on a police car (unlockable with a cheat code)
SRS: Street Racing Syndicate Windows Arcade mode - there are tracks in 3 cities to choose from (well, only one city is detailed; two others are just a collection of several tracks)

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PC Powerplay Windows Apr, 2005 72 out of 100 72
GamingTrend Xbox Oct, 2005 425 out of 600 71
IGN Xbox Aug 27, 2004 7.1 out of 10 71
PSX Extreme PlayStation 2 Oct 04, 2004 7 out of 10 70
games xtreme Windows Jun 07, 2005 6.5 out of 10 65
Extreme Gamer Xbox Sep 20, 2004 6.5 out of 10 65
GameDaily Xbox Sep 08, 2004 6 out of 10 60
X-Power Xbox May 16, 2005 6 out of 10 60 GameCube Mar 04, 2005 10 out of 20 50
Joystick (French) Windows Mar, 2005 4 out of 10 40


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When you are leaving the game it always says "Unsaved game progress will be lost", but there is no possibility to save game manually. The game saves its progress automatically.
Contributed to by Kabushi (126602) and Silmarillion (65)