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Tokyo Xtreme Racer Drift 2

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Tokyo Xtreme Racer Drift 2

Also known as: Kaido Battle: Touge no Densetsu (JP), Kaido Racer 2 (EU)
Developer: Genki
Publishers: Genki (JP), Konami (EU), Crave Entertainment (US)
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: July 28, 2005
Released in US: April 17, 2007
Released in EU: December 1, 2006

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Tokyo Xtreme Racer Drift 2 is the latest entry in the Kaido Battle series. It also happens to be the only one released in both North America and Europe.

Regional Differences

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Title Screen

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Japan US Europe
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Renamed Mazda Cars

Certain Mazda cars had their names changed for the export market.

Japan US/Europe
Autozam AZ-1 Mazda AZ-1 (PG6SA)
Mazda Demio Sport Mazda 2 (DY5W)
Mazda Axela 23S Mazda 3 (BK3P)
Mazda Famila GT-R Mazda 323 (BG8Z)
Eunos Roadster (NA8C) Mazda MX-5 (NA8C)
Mazda Roadster Turbo (NB8C) Mazda MX-5 Miata Turbo (NB8C)
Mazda Roadster Coupe Type S Mazda MX-5 Miata Coupe Type S (NB8C)
Mazda Atenza 23S Mazda 6 (GG3S)
Mazda Savanna RX-7 Turbo GT Mazda RX-7 (SA22C)
Mazda RX-7 1.3 GTX Mazda RX-7 (FC3S; pre-facelift)
Mazda RX-7 ∞ III Mazda RX-7 (FC3S; facelift)
Mazda efini RX-7 Type RS Mazda RX-7 (FD3S; pre-facelift)
Mazda RX-7 Type RS Mazda RX-7 (FD3S; facelift)
Mazda RX-8 Type S Mazda RX-8 (SE3P)

Removed Car

The Gemballa Turbo R-GT 320, a tuned variant of the Porsche Boxster (986), was included in the Japanese version of the game and is unlocked by defeating Masahiro Hiraue aka Dark Paladin, who drives the said car. However, due to licensing issues, the car was removed in international releases, with Dark Paladin driving an ASL Garaiya instead.

Removed Rims

Two rim brands, namely, Speedline and Sparco had some of their rims included in the Japanese version of the game. Their rims, however, are removed in international versions due to licensing issues, but are still available as leftovers and can be only found in certain used cars, however, their design was changed to a retextured RAYS Volk CE28N with the ASL logo on the center cap, along with their thumbnails being changed to being purely blanked out.


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  • Compe-2
  • GT-one
  • GT-oneR
  • Type 2013

Racing Sparco

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  • NT-R

Rivals that use Sparco rims instead use white Yokohama AVS Model T6 rims instead, while rivals with Speedline rims use gray Yokohama AVS Model T7 rims instead. However, one of the 13 Devils, Kazuji Ootsuka aka Lucifer Ōtsuka's Honda S2000 Type-V (AP2), still used the original Sparco rim's slot, being the silver CE28N with ASL logo.