Ridge Racer Slipstream
Racing 19 December 2013
Mobile spin-off of the popular Ridge Racer racing series, released on the 20th anniversary of the premiere of the first installment of the cycle. The gameplay focuses on the dynamics and spectacularity of the game, while the key elements of the game are impressive drifts and passing rivals at a distance from the mirror. The game offers 12 unlicensed cars, which we can improve using a large set of over 300 spare parts.
Ridge Racer (2012)
Racing 17 December 2011
Ridge Racer is the first installment of the popular series of arcade races addressed to PlayStation Vita. Developers from Namco Bandai studio took care of a wide range of cars and extremely exciting struggles behind the wheel, pushing realism to the background. The game takes advantage of the potential of the new hardware platform, including the touch screen and rear panel of the console.
Ridge Racer Type 4
Racing 08 March 2011
A digital re-edition of a hit racing game from your PlayStation. The fourth installment of the Ridge Racer series offers a cycle-typical, arcade riding model with an emphasis on effective cornering. The game contains 320 fictitious vehicles, divided into 4 manufacturers and 2 classes, with a slightly different driving style. In addition to the Grand Prix and Time Trial modes, for the first time there is also the possibility of two players competing on a split screen.
Ridge Racer 3DS
Racing 22 February 2011
The Ridge Racer 3D is the first installment of the Namco Bandai arcade racing series for the Nintendo 3DS platform. Players have the opportunity to sit behind the wheel of fictional supercars and take part in a series of tournaments. The unrealistic driving model compensates for the spectacularity of racing and the use of innovative technologies implemented in the console, including a three-dimensional display.
Ridge Racer V
Racing 26 October 2000
Ridge Racer V is the first attempt to introduce a popular series, developed since 1994, on the PlayStation 2 platform ("five" were included in the group of so-called starting titles for this Sony console). Developers served us dynamic car races of definitely dexterity character, because the elements of realistic simulation were limited to the minimum necessary.
Racing 03 April 1996
The third instalment of the popular racing series launched in 1995. The authors of Rage Racer have expanded the game a bit, allowing, among other things, to collect funds and buy improvements and new cars with them. At the same time, the title has retained its arcade character.
Ridge Racer (1994)
Racing 03 December 1994
Ridge Racer is a racing game that is the starting title for PlayStation 1. The player sits behind the wheel of one of nine different cars and participates in exciting time limited races. He has at his disposal several difficulty levels, a few challenges and a mode of racing against time. It's up to him to beat the devilishly fast car "the 13th Racing". The production started a long cycle under the same name.
Ridge Racer Driftopia
Another installment in the popular arcade racing game series by Namco Bandai, started on the first generation PlayStation console. The producer of the title is the experienced Bugbear studio, known for its previous Ridge Racer and the cult FlatOut series. In contrast to the previously released parts of the game, the latest installment of the series is distributed in the free-to-play model and focuses on multiplayer competition in the style of Need for Speed World.