If you grew up in the 80s or 90s and loved cars, you're probably familiar with Sega's OutRun, one of the best arcade driving games ever made. But getting it from the arcade to your home was no easy task. Oppo's Gabor Vajda talks to the developer of the Commodore 64 version about how that happened. Make sure you turn…
Outrun Europa is a compilation album themed around a drive through Europe and features 27 of the best artists in the Outrun genre. The album was recently released by Plaisance, Vincenzo Salvia and Nightcrawler who have made it available as a free download on Bandcamp.
If you grew up in the 1980s, no doubt you played (and loved) arcade game OutRun. But what if you grew up in the 1960s, before there were video games as we now know them?
Before the days of Gran Turismo on your home gaming console you had to occupy local arcades to hone your digital driving skills. Here is a trip down a virtual memory lane.
Garnet Hertz of the Pasadena Art Center College of Design is installing wheels, motors, and other equipment necessary to turn an OutRun arcade cabinet into an actual running car that renders on-screen what's happening in real life using GPS sensors.
Outrun, Sega's original arcade racer, is back, but not in its old pixelated, quarter-poppin' form. Instead, it's back with a vengeance featuring stylish, new game play and killer HD visuals.