We just released a Feb. 5 '89 prototype of DuckTales for the NES!
If you'd like to support our preservation efforts (and this wasn't cheap), please consider donating or supporting us on Patreon. Thank you!

RC de GO! (PlayStation)

From The Cutting Room Floor
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Title Screen

RC de GO!

Also known as: SIMPLE 1500 series Vol.68 The RC Car: RC de GO! (JP, Simple series)
Developer: Taito
Publishers: Taito (JP, original release), Acclaim Entertainment (US/EU), D3 Publisher (JP, Simple series)
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: July 6, 2000, August 9, 2001 (Simple series)
Released in US: November 9, 2000
Released in EU: October 13, 2000


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.


RC de GO! is a port of Taito's radio-control arcade racing game.

Debug Menu

RC de GO PS debug menu.png

Use the following code to display the debug menu:

JP
(both releases)
US
80031D74 C763
80031D76 0800
800323A4 C8EF
800323A6 0800

The following options do not do anything or will crash the game, as the functionalities were dummied out:

  • CAR TASK
  • STAGE TASK
  • VRAM VIEWER TASK
  • MUSIC CHECKER
  • OHNO TASK
  • MATSUO TASK
  • VRAM EDITOR TASK
  • SHIMOYAMA TASK

Choosing OKAMOTO TASK exits the menu and starts the game.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

COT MANAGER

RC de GO debug COT MANAGER.png

Press Square to enter any of the available menus. Only "OrdTASK RETURN", "SIGNATURE", and "SUPPORT" works, however.

SOUND CHECKER

RC de GO PS debug SOUND CHECKER.png

A sound test menu; press Circle or X to increase/decrease number, Square to play the SFX, and Triangle to stop.

Version Differences

Although the English arcade version of the game was called Go by RC, the international PlayStation releases were named the same as the Japanese release.

Title Screen

JP Simple series US
RC de GO PS JP Title.png RC de GO PS Simple Title.png RC de GO PS US Title.png

For the US version of the game, the "push" text in "Push START Button" prompt was capitalized. As well, the Simple 1500 version received a new, simpler title screen, but is otherwise identical to the full price Japanese release.

Unusually for an American release, the US version of the game features an anti-piracy warning reminiscent of those commonly featured in European releases at startup, although the font used is different.