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In the early 1990s, 2D arcade racer video games had great success on both arcade consoles and 16-bit home consoles, delivering a stunning integrated gaming experience. Until the mid to late ’90s, it was surpassed by the full 3D GT Racing, Ridge Racer, Need for Speed, and so forth series. Nowadays, the graphics of racing games have evolved to resemble the real world, but the obvious side effect of the excessive pursuit of realism is that the game controls become more complex, thus losing the fun of the game itself. As a result, many gamers miss the simple, exciting, relaxing racing experience when they could easily compete with friends.