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NASCAR 99 (PlayStation)

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Title Screen


Also known as: NASCAR '99 Legacy (re-release)
Developer: Stormfront Studios
Publisher: EA Sports
Platform: PlayStation
Released in US: September 30, 1998
Released in EU: 1998

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EA's second NASCAR game, still without practical analog control, manufacturer branding (even on Fords), or Daytona International Speedway.

Revisional Differences

NASCAR '99 had a re-release in 1999, much like NASCAR '98 had one in 1998. In addition to intro and title screen change, this version adds Dale Earnhardt, Jr's 1999 part-time #8 car (as replacement for Hut Stricklin, which coincidentally drove a number 8 car in 1998) and Homestead–Miami Speedway as a new track. It also removes the NASCAR 50th Anniversary logo from the game's selection menu.


Original Legacy

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Original Legacy
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