Should Sega Release Another OutRun Game?

It’s good to know to that Sega listens to the wishes of their fans when it comes down to gaming.  Many years ago Sega fans wanted to see the long awaited 2D sequel of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and we eventually got Sonic 4 back in 2010.  Since the 90’s Sega fans have wanted to see a sequel to Daytona USA 2 and it has recently been confirmed that part three is shortly on its way.  While the Daytona USA series was a memorable racing classic that many people loved back in the 90’s many people would argue that Sega OutRun was among the many games within in that genre that rivaled it in terms of popularity.  The original OutRun game just like Daytona USA was fun to play in arcade centers because it provided people with an unforgettable gaming experience.  The OutRun games that Sega released during the 1990’s were instant classics for anyone who is a huge fan of the racing genre.

Since the release of various titles such as OutRun, Outrunners, Turbo OutRun, OutRun 2019 and OutRun 2 Sega was generous enough to develop a game back in 2000’s.  When Sega released OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast many people were impressed by various aspects of the game including its gameplay, soundtrack and visuals.    Since the mid 00’s many people have been waiting for a huge sequel to OutRun 2006: Coast to Coast which was considered to be a very exciting racing game to play on both the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.  As of right now the Chief Executive Officer of Sega Amusement has mentioned that OutRun 3 was definitely “on the radar” in terms of game development which means there is a very decent chance that many people will get the long awaited sequel that they have been waiting so long to see.   If Sega does decide to release another OutRun game in the near future it will probably one of the most anticipated racing games of the past decade and a dream come true for anyone who has been a fan of the series since the 90’s.

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