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NASCAR 98 (PlayStation)

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Title Screen


Also known as: NASCAR '98: Collector's Edition (re-release)
Developer: Stormfront Studios
Publishers: EA Sports (US), Electronic Arts (EU), Electronic Arts Victor (JP)
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: March 19, 1998
Released in US: November 17, 1997
Released in EU: November 1997

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EA Sports' first NASCAR release isn't all that shabby, aside from analog controls that can make one's head spin.

Revisional Differences

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NASCAR '98 was rereleased in 1998 to coincide with NASCAR's 50th Anniversary. This version has very minor differences to the original release, but these are worth mentioning here.


Original Collector's Edition

Title Screen

Original Collector's Edition
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Main Menu

Original Collector's Edition
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Content Changes

  • Darlington Raceway is added, replacing Belmont International Raceway, a fictional road course.
  • NASCAR legend Richard Petty (#43, with Dodge Charger-style front) replaces Geoff Bodine (#7). Richard Petty's cars appear prominently in the title and main menu screens, as described above.