There are few games that truly earn the title of trend setter, and this game is one of them.
It's even inspired multiple entries in this month's selection. It can only be Mario Kart Wii.
During the late 1980s, karting games were about as popular as any other sub-genre of driving.
With games like Karting Grand Prix, I'm not entirely sure why.
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Heh, well, for the third day in a row we're looking at a karting game, as a subset of the driving genre.
I said I didn't know a lot about it, but even after playing I'm still not sure how much I know about today's game, Zero Gear.
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Karting was a popular style to emulate during the mid 1990s, after Super Mario Kart debuted. The Amiga never really saw much of it, it was already a declined platform by the mid 1990s though.
One of the few that did make it was today's game, XTreme Racing.
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Shareware games occupy a strange place in gaming history, especially when we're talking about a game squarely aiming to be the PC shareware equivalent of a major console franchise.
When you're referring to Super Mario Kart, it can only be Apogee's Wacky Wheels.
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