In honor of this week's release of GT5 Prologue we've been holding on to a few video game QOTD's. We've asked you about your favorite racing video game from the 1980's, 1990's and this decade. Most of the answers, unsurprisingly, were console or PC games. Who doesn't love a game that doesn't cost you quarters and can be enjoyed from your own living room? On the other hand, most of us can't shell out the coin for the full experience of a cockpit in our living room (and it would clash with the drapes). Stuck going to D&B for an after work event with people you hate? There's always a racing game to be had.
The question was spawned from Brandon, who emailed us yesterday lauding the realism of Ferrari 355 Challenge, which he contends is the one game he could play for the rest of his life. As mentioned, we're sort of partial to Tokyo Cop for non-realistic simulators and any version of Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road, which is also quite unrealistic. You've got endless quarters, what do you pick?