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Daytona USA review. Classic Game Room reviews DAYTONA USA for Sega Dreamcast released in 2001. Race on eight tracks with four cars (to start) and unlock more cars as you win races and crush the enemy bad guy cars! The Sega Dreamcast version of Sega's classic arcade racer has fabulous graphics and lots of things to do but suffers from overly sensitive controls when played with the Dreamcast controller. Players may want to try a racing wheel when getting into the Dreamcast's Daytona USA. CGR Daytona USA video review features Daytona USA 2001 gameplay recorded from the Sega Dreamcast Sega Sports Edition.

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