NASCAR 98 (PlayStation)
Also known as: NASCAR '98: Collector's Edition (re-release)
This game has revisional differences.
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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.
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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.
- 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.
The NASCAR series
|Windows||NASCAR Racing 2003 Season|
|PlayStation||NASCAR 98 • NASCAR 99 • NASCAR Thunder 2004|
|PlayStation 2||NASCAR Thunder 2003 • NASCAR Thunder 2004 • NASCAR 06: Total Team Control|
|Nintendo 64||NASCAR 99 • NASCAR 2000|
|GameCube||NASCAR Thunder 2003|
|Xbox||NASCAR Thunder 2003 • NASCAR Thunder 2004 • NASCAR 06: Total Team Control|
|Windows||NASCAR Road Racing • NASCAR SimRacing|
|Game Boy Color||NASCAR Racers • NASCAR Heat • NASCAR Challenge|
|Dusenberry Martin Racing/704Games/Motorsport Games|
|PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows||NASCAR Heat 2 • NASCAR Heat 5|
|NES||Bill Elliott's NASCAR Challenge|
|Nintendo 3DS||NASCAR Unleashed|
|NES||Days of Thunder (Beam Software) • Days of Thunder (Mindscape)|
|PlayStation 3||Gran Turismo 5 (Prototype) • Gran Turismo 6 (Prototype)|
|Xbox One, Windows||Forza Motorsport 7|
|iOS, Android||Real Racing 3|