Ridge Racer 2   is an arcade-style racing game developed by Namco for the PlayStation Portable handheld console, marking the 14th release in the acclaimed 
Ridge Racer series and also the sequel to the PSP launch title Ridge Racer.





Gameplay


Racing in Ridge Racer is fun. In fact, it's always been fun, so there haven't been many changes made here, which is good for fans of the series. However, the 

gameplay isn't going to convert anyone after a decade of minor changes. Collisions merely slow you down, and powerslides are still your primary means of moving around corners. The one key difference is that powersliding now fills up an onscreen nitro meter. When you fill one of your nitro stocks (you can store up to three 

boosts), you can unleash it at will for a modest speed boost. The opposing vehicles also will crack open a nitro stock from time to time, usually waiting until you're about to pass before coming at you. Beyond that, the driver artificial intelligence isn't terribly impressive. The 11 other cars in the race sort of follow their own lines and don't do much to block your pass attempts. This makes most of the game pretty easy, once you've mastered the art of the powerslide, but as you proceed through the world tour mode, the difficulty (and the speed) does ramp up.






Another big part of Ridge Racer is another staple of the series. Ridge Racer has a fantastic soundtrack that fits right in with the previous entries in the series. 
In fact, you'll be able to select from a handful of different playlists. Some of these consist of all-new material, but you can also dig back into the Ridge Racer 
archive and hear new remixes of old Ridge Racer songs, or you can just go back and listen to a selection of music directly from the old Ridge Racer games. The 
series has churned out some really stellar electronic music over the years, and it's great to have so much of it packed into one place. It would have been nice if Ridge Racer featured some sort of more directly accessible way to simply listen to these tunes outside of the game, though.







The game is so good, in order to have a excellent experience, you should play it on the JXD S7800B Device, 
 
• Capable of playing: PS1, MAME, Dreamcast, N64, NeoGeo, Atari, NES,    SNES, Gameboy, Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Advance, SEGA Master 
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• Save your game progress (multiple times) and load from your    preferred choice     
    
• 7" screen with HDMI output - play at your convenience   
    
• 16GB internal memory holds thousands of retro games   
    
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