Fast and the Furious Drift
In Fast and the Furious Drift, by winning races allows the player to proceed to the next course and purchase an additional upgrade for their car. When it comes down to it, the variations between cars aren’t too pronounced to make a significant impact if the player is skilled enough at racing games. The cars’ designs and appearances are mostly sleek and well-executed. With a variety of appearances, colors, and body designs to provide that extra “take on the streets” feel all Fast and the Furious fan know and love.
The following is from the Arcade Museum:
Name: The Fast and the Furious Drift
Developer: Raw Thrills
This game was produced by Raw Thrills in 2007.
Raw Thrills released 33 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 2000.
Other machines made by Raw Thrills during the time period of the Fast and the Furious Drift, The creation including: Big Buck Safari, Guitar Hero Arcade, H2 Overdrive, Terminator Salvation, Super Bikes 2, Fast and the Furious Super Bikes, The, Big Buck Hunter PRO, Target:Terror, Fast and the Furious, The, and Fast And The Furious.
*Images shown are the actual pictures of the game that is for sale.*
This game is in a San Francisco Rush Cabinet, it does not have any steering wheel feedback, and is currently is automatic only.
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