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Super Street: The Game - Build. Race. Win.

The return of the classic arcade racing game

Super Street Staff
Jul 10, 2018

Remember the days when there was a ton of import racing games to choose from? We know, right? It has been a while since we have seen a racing game created specifically for the tuning community in the classic, arcade look and feel. That's why we decided it was time to step up and take matters into our own hands.

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Super Street: The Game will be a homage to the days of the classic arcade street racers, featuring intense speeds, spectacular automotive destruction, and even more importantly: an enormous amount of customization. It'll give you, the car enthusiast, an opportunity to build your own car.

Starting with nothing but an old rusty project car, it's up to you to transform it into a true supercar. Win races to earn money and buy the parts you want. However, don't expect to score yourself a supercar in just one or two races. The road is hard, but that makes the final glory all the sweeter.

Car customization is one of the key aspects of this game. In Super Street: The Game it's all about how you want your car to be. You can do this by choosing from hundreds of parts from over 70 of the biggest aftermarket brands you know and love. These parts vary from exterior and interior to all out performance! For example, not only can you change your wheels and spoiler, but also swap the engine and add all of the additional upgrades that come with it.

Of course, it's not just about tuning your car - you can also take your creation to the streets and tear up the asphalt. What's better than testing your car against the competition? Exactly. Show off your skills and find out if you've got enough upgrades to get the best of your opponents. Every new part makes your car a little better and brings you one step closer to victory.

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Even when you do manage to build your personal supercar you still have to watch out on the roads. You'll have to take risks to become the best racer and a wrong move can result in a fatal crash. Don't expect to get away with just a scratch when you smash your car into a wall or opponent. No, be prepared for some serious damage. Super Street: The Game will feature super realistic destruction. Get ready to see your car being shredded part by part. What's more exciting than the thrill of knowing your supercar can turn into scrap metal at every corner?

Super Street: The Game also features both online and offline multiplayer. Do you want to show off your skills to the world? No problem - race online with up to six people from any place in the world and show them what you and your car are made of, or play together with a friend on your couch and go for some old-school fun in split-screen.

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This is just the surface of what the game has to offer; there's still hundreds of car parts, tons of options, environments, and a wealth of game modes to discuss and explore. Want to see and find out more about Super Street: The Game? Follow the official website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for all of the latest news.

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