We've walked down memory lane with R/C cars, now what about those other most-prevalent cars of our misspent youths? It wasn't easy to build cars using rudimentary computer graphics, and the results were mixed. What was the most awesome-looking 16-bit car?
The move from 8-bit console videogames to 16-bit meant car games could take on truly recognizable shapes. Games like Test Drive redefined what gaming could be. While there were many new models in the 16-bit world, I'm going with the Lotus Turbo Esprit from Test Drive for Amiga. What say you, oh wizards of the old school?
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