If you’re a person of a certain age, you remember what an arcade is.
It’s where you spent a bunch of your parent’s money to play video games while they went shopping.
And if you are of that certain age, you probably also remember wasting a lot of time playing Daytona USA. The NASCAR-based game was released in 1994 by SEGA and the company has revealed it will soon release the second sequel to the game, “Daytona Championship USA 3.”
SEGA Amusements revealed the game at a trade show for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
Aracedeheroes.com reports that the final game, which is set for release next March or April, will feature six tracks, including a revamped version of the one inspired by the game’s namesake, Daytona International Speedway. The original game only had three tracks.
The game will also have a camera feature, which will display boxes on-screen so you can see the reactions of your opponents when you win after spinning them coming to the checkered flag.
If you can’t wait to get a “ROLLING START!!” with this new game, you can download the original “Daytona USA” to play on the PS3 and on the XBox 360.