Initial D Arcade Stage

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Initial D Arcade Stage
Developer(s) Sega Rosso
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation 2, PSP, PlayStation 3
Release date(s) 2001
Genre(s) Arcade racing
Mode(s) Single player, online multiplayer
Cabinet Sit Down
Arcade system Sega NAOMI 2, Lindbergh, RingEdge
CPU Pentium Dual-Core E2160 (1.8 GHz)
GPU:
GeForce 8800GS, 384 MB GDDR3 SDRAM (Shader Model 4.0)
Sound 5.1 channel HD Audio
Display Resolution:
720p/1080p (HDTV)

Initial D Arcade Stage (commonly referred to as IDAS, followed by a version number) is a racing game series developed by Sega Rosso, a division of Sega, based on the anime and manga Initial D. In the U.S., the games, which keep their version names in later entries, are otherwise known as simply "Initial D" without the "Arcade Stage" subtitle.

Premise[edit]

In Initial D Arcade Stage, players race against different opponents in various mountain passes featured in the manga. Using the optional magnetic card system, players can save a customized car and their progress for future sessions; otherwise, game progress is lost. Players can continue progress with their cards on another Initial D cabinet of the same version. However, the card must be renewed every 50 plays.

Note that resuming from another version is subject to following conditions:

  • It is not backwards compatible (i.e. a version 2 card cannot be used on version 1 machine).
  • Upgrading the card to a more recent machine is permanent.
  • When upgrading from one version to another, remaining plays will be carried over and 50 plays will be credited to the card.

There are eleven games in the series so far: eight are for arcades and three for home consoles.

Game modes[edit]

Legend of the streets
In the main story mode, players race with different opponents from the original manga in the game.
Time attack
Players race against time to rank against other players at the current machine or across the internet.
Bunta Challenge
First started in Version 2, the player races against Bunta Fujiwara, the legendary street racer. Each time Bunta is defeated, the player will gain a level. Each subsequent level is harder. And when the player is defeated the player loses 1000 points in version 3. Bunta's car differs across levels. Level 1-6: AE86 Trueno, Level 7-11: AE86 Trueno w/TRD 20-Valve 4AGE Racing Engine, Level 12-15: GC8V Subaru Impreza WRX STi Version V. This mode was discontinued and removed in Arcade Stage 4.
Tag Battle
Introduced in Version 6 AA. Team up with a friend in the same location. One player drives uphill, the other drives downhill to race with rivals. Matcing will be made based on past racing results. It will match with tag team whose driving technique is close to you and your tag partner. When there is a difference in the level with your tag partner, stronger driver will match with strong, and weaker driver with the weak. Get the A(Ace) panel on the course. High score when you get the same color panel at the same section. Team with highest score wins.

Japanese version: late 2001 / English version late 2002

Modes[edit]

  • Legend of the Streets
  • Time attack
  • Battle Mode

Courses[edit]

  • Myogi (Easy)
Length: 1,204m (per cycle)
Rule: 3 Laps
Route: Counter-clockwise/Clockwise
  • Usui (Normal)
Length: 4,242m (per cycle)
Rule: 2 Laps
Route: Counter-clockwise/Clockwise
  • Akina (Hard)
Length: 7,552m
Rule: one way
Route: Downhill/Uphill
  • Happogahara (Expert)
Length: 15,754m
Rule: one way
Route: Inbound/Outbound

There is a four course mode in which the user makes a timed run of all four courses. This costs 60,000 points, and rewards double that if the run is completed in the time allotted.

Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.2[edit]

Japanese version: late 2002 / English version Mid-late 2003

Game modes[edit]

  • Legend of the Streets
  • Time Attack
  • Bunta's Challenge
  • Battle Mode

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
  • Akagi (Hard)
Length: 5,804m
Rule: One way
Route: Downhill/Uphill
  • Irohazaka (Expert)
Length: 5,130m
Rule: One way
Route: Downhill/Reverse
  • Models added:
Toyota LEVIN SR (AE85)
Toyota Altezza RS-200 (SXE10)
Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST205)
Nissan SILVIA Qs (S14)
Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD3SVI)
Subaru Impreza WRX Type R STi Version V (GC8V)
Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R)

Courses: Myogi (Easy), Usui (Normal), Akagi (Hard), Akina (Very Hard), Irohazaka (Expert), Happogahara (Expert)

This version also supports the four courses mode and still costs the player 60,000 points.

Note: Irohazaka can only be played downhill in Legend of the Streets mode, because the track is a one-way street. Only after finishing Legend of the Streets once, Irohazaka Reverse is unlocked. However, in Battle Mode, Reverse mode is always unlocked.

Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.3[edit]

Japanese version: late 2003 / English version early 2004 / Cycraft simulator version mid 2005

Game modes[edit]

  • The Legend of the Streets
  • Time attack
  • Bunta Challenge
  • Battle Mode

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
Shomaru (Expert)
Tsuchisaka (Expert)
Akina Snow (Expert)
  • Cars/models added:
Mazda RX-8 Type S (SE3P)
Mitsubishi Lancer RS Evolution V (CP9A)
Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Evolution VI T.M.Edition (CP9A)
Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo (ER34)
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII
Subaru Impreza WRX STI (GDB-A)

Courses: Myogi (Easy), Usui (Normal), Akagi (Hard), Akina (Very Hard), Irohazaka (Expert), Happogahara (Expert), Akina Snow (Expert), Shomaru (Expert), Tsuchisaka (Expert)

a card can be obtained from the machine by inserting coins and pressing start after coins have been deposited.

The picture on the card cannot be selected.

Akina Snow is the same as the normal Akina, only it is snowing and playable at night. This makes it a generally more difficult course because the car's tires have much less grip and the visibility is much lower.

Initial D Arcade Stage 4[edit]

Initial D: Arcade Stage 4 is the fourth release in the Initial D: Arcade Stage series. Unlike the first three versions of the game, Initial D: Arcade Stage 4 runs on the Sega Lindbergh hardware, uses a new card system, and features a new physics system.

This is the last installment of the series to be imported to Western countries.[1]

Initial D Arcade Stage 5[edit]

Released in 2009,Initial D: Arcade Stage 5 is the fifth release in the Initial D: Arcade Stage series. A few notable differences include heavy physics changes. Opposite to Arcade Stage 4, which took on a "drifting" physics, Arcade Stage 5 had a more realistic driving physics which includes tire and brake wear down. Although the tire and brake wear are not displayed anywhere in game, experienced players can notice the difference in the change in physics as they progress in races.

New characters that appeared for the first time in the game are: Kobayakawa, Omiya Satoshi, Imposter Project D, Kai Kogashisa (Racing Team Katagiri Street Version), and Hideo Minagawa.

Export Versions consists of the following:

Game modes[edit]

  • The Legends Of The Street
  • Time Attack mode
  • In-Store battle
  • Events mode (online connection required)^
  • Online battle (Japanese version only)^

^Added in EXP 2.0

In Export version, rankings are only synced with in-store machines. After 3 battles, players are allowed to add 1 tuning to their currently used car if they have the sufficient points to purchase a tuning part.

In version 2.0, rankings are synced with internet connected machines around the world. Players are also allowed to tune their currently used car after every battle. A new Paint Shop and new car colors were added. Export version also gained Online capability for event mode and time attack.

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
Lake Akina (new layout)
Happopagahara (returned)
Nagao
  • Cars/models added:
Toyota Supra (JZA80)
Toyota MR-S S Edition (ZZW30)
Roadster RS (NB8C)
RX-7 Type RS (FD3S) (replaced RX-7 Spirit R Type A)
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII

Courses: Lake Akina, Myogi, Akagi, Akina, Irohazaka, Happogahara, Tsukuba, Nagao

Initial D Arcade Stage 6 AA[edit]

Initial D Arcade Stage 6 AA was released in March 2011.

A new mode, Tag Battle, was introduced. Like its predecessor, the game saw a change in its driving physics. A drift gauge and an updated tachometer was introduced to help inform players whether they're drifting or not. The tachometer now inform players if their speed is below the gear range. Online network is extended to support regions in which earlier versions of the game was known to be popular in, finally achieving both national wide and international matches. For the first time in series, new cars and courses are added to the game through online updates without upgrade kits like IDAS4 1.5. The game also added a mileage system to show players their total driven mileage. Mileages can be used to redeem exclusive cars that were later available in updates.

New characters that appeared for the first time in the game are: Ryuji Ikeda, Hiroya Okuyama, Hojo Rin, and Hojo Go.

Game modes[edit]

  • The Legends Of The Street
  • Time Attack mode
  • In-Store single battle
  • In-Store tag battle (4 machines required)
  • Event mode
  • Online single battle

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
Usui (returned, new layout)
Tsubaki Line
Akina Snow (returned on June 20, 2011)
Sadamine (added on December 15, 2011)
  • Cars/models added:
Fairlady Z Version S
Lancer Evolution X GSR
NSX
Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept (added on May 16, 2011)
Nissan GT-R (added on August 10, 2011)
Toyota Prius S (later added)

Courses: Lake Akina, Usui, Myogi, Akagi, Akina, Irohazaka, Happogahara, Tsukuba, Nagao, Tsubaki Line, Akina Snow, Sadamine

Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX[edit]

Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX, was released for the Sega RingEdge arcade system board[2] on November 28, 2012.

The game is mostly a carry-over from 6AA, including updates. New characters include Shinji Inui to complete the Sidewinder battles of Project D; new cars include the Toyota Sprinter Trueno 2door and the new Toyota 86 GT (to replace the FT-86 prototype from the previous game). Team Spiral's course, Nanamagari, is included for the first time.

A new class of vehicles is introduced in this game called "Complete Cars". These include pre-tuned cars from several tuning shops in Japan, such as RE Amemiya. Online battles now include tag battles, allowing two in-store machines linking together and with internet access to battle against two other players in tag battles.

Also, several features not seen from Version 3 make a return in 7AAX. This includes Toru Suetsugu of Seven Star Leaf, and Nobuhiko Akiyama of the Northern Saitama Alliance; the 2nd generation Subaru Impreza WRX STi (GDBA); and the Tsuchisaka course.

Game modes[edit]

  • The Legends Of The Street
  • Time Attack mode
  • In-Store single battle
  • In-Store tag battle (4 machines required)
  • Event mode
  • Online single battle
  • Online tag battle

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
Tsuchisaka (returned)
Nanamagari
Tsuchisaka Snow (added on April 26, 2013)
Tsukuba Snow (added on October 21, 2013)
  • Cars/models added:
SPRINTER TRUENO 2door GT-APEX [AE86]
86 GT [ZN6] (Replaced FT-86 G Sports Concept)
IMPREZA WRX STi [GDBA] (returned)
TOP SECRET SUPER G-FORCE SUPRA [JZA80kai]
HONDA TWINCAM MONSTER CIVIC TYPE R [EK9]
Honda NSX-R GT [NA2]
RE-AMEMIYA GENKI-7 [FD3S]
MAZDASPEED ROADSTER C-SPEC [NA8Ckai] (added on July 16, 2013)
power house amuse S2000 GT1 [AP1](added on July 16, 2013)

Courses: Lake Akina, Usui, Myogi, Akagi, Akina, Irohazaka, Happogahara, Tsukuba, Nagao, Tsubaki Line, Sadamine, Tsuchisaka, Nanamagari, Akina Snow, Tsuchisaka Snow, Tsukuba Snow

Initial D Arcade Stage 8 ∞[edit]

Initial D Arcade Stage 8 ∞ was released on July 17, 2014 in Japan.

The newest installment in the series, Initial D Arcade Stage 8 ∞, was released July 17, 2014. Like its predecessor, this game carries over all game modes from the previous version with a notable addition of Initial D Factory and D Coins. The game added a new feature "1 Day 1 Time Continue" to allow players to have a free continue per day without inserting credits.

Courses Hakone and Momiji Line were added to the game. While Hakone is new to the series, Momiji Line makes its return from Special Stage. Rivals that have been absent since Version 3 such as Atsuro Kawai, Miki, the Man in Evo V, and the Man in Evo VI have returned to the series. Tsukuba Snow and Tsuchisaka Snow have been removed.

A new car, Subaru BRZ S, has been added to the series. Nissan GT-R (R35) has been replaced with Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35). Cars that have been absent since Version 3 such as Toyota Celica GT-Four, Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo, Mitsubishi Lancer RS Evolution V, and Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Evolution VI have returned to the series.

Game modes[edit]

  • Legend of the Streets (updated)
  • Time Attack mode
  • Kanto's Fastest Project (updated)
  • In-Store single battle
  • In-Store tag battle (4 machines required)
  • Event mode
  • Online single battle
  • Online tag battle

New Content[edit]

  • Courses added:
Momiji Line (returned)
Hakone
  • Cars/models added:
BRZ S [ZC6]
CELICA GT-FOUR [ST205] (returned)
SKYLINE 25GT TURBO [ER34] (returned)
NISSAN GT-R NISMO [R35] (replaced NISSAN GT-R)
LANCER RS EVOLUTION V [CP9A] (returned)
LANCER GSR EVOLUTION VI T.M. EDITION [CP9A] (returned)

Courses: Lake Akina, Usui, Myogi, Akagi, Akina, Irohazaka, Hakone, Tsukuba, Sadamine, Tsuchisaka, Momiji Line, Happogahara, Nanamagari, Nagao, Tsubaki Line, Akina Snow

Initial D Special Stage[edit]

Initial D Special Stage was released on June 26, 2003 for the PlayStation 2 and was re-released on February 26, 2004 under the "PlayStation 2 the Best" label. Initial D Special Stage is based on Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.2 and contains many features exclusive to this game. Initial D Special Stage is also the first home-console Initial D game published by Sega.

Initial D Special Stage contains a story mode that allows the player to reenact racing scenes from the Initial D manga series, as well as several new courses then not seen in the arcade versions of the game. In one of these courses, Shomaru went on to appear in Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.3. Real Myogi was later added back in Arcade Stage 4. Momiji Line would not return until Arcade Stage 8. Bunta's Challenge is noticeably absent in the game. Additional features including replays for saved time-attack records and Iketani's car introduction.

Due to PlayStation 2's hardware limitations, the graphics of the game was downgraded from its arcade counterpart. The game is compatible with Logitech's Driving Force wheel series and other wheel controllers made for PlayStation 2. Sega also balanced all the cars in game due to the overpowering Integra DC2 from Arcade Stage 2.

Legend of the Streets[edit]

Identical to the Legend of the Streets mode from Arcade Stage version 2. After beating Project D in Irohazaka, additional courses available only in Special Stage will become available and players can race rivals from story mode in these courses.

Story Mode[edit]

Players can experience Initial D manga story through Arcade Stage style racing. After players complete Takumi's story (Akina's 86 arc, up to end of Third Stage), the Takahashi Brothers' story (Akagi RedSuns arc) would be unlocked. Project D's story (up to aftermath of Fourth Stage's Todo-Juku arc) would be unlocked upon the completion of the Takahashi Brothers' story arc. Iketani's car introduction videos, extra BGMs, and the Subaru Impreza WRX Type R STi Version V can be unlocked throughout the story.

Time Attack[edit]

In addition to the default courses from Arcade Stage version 2, players are allowed to select tracks exclusive to Special Stage. Players can also load ghost data from their memory cards to race against in Time Attack.

Changes from Arcade Stage version 2[edit]

  • Addition of Skyline 25GT Turbo
  • Addition of Real Myogi, Real Usui, Shomaru, Momiji Line, and Eina.

Initial D Street Stage[edit]

Initial D: Street Stage is a PSP-exclusive game based on Initial D: Arcade Stage ver.3.

Initial D Extreme Stage[edit]

Extreme Stage is a PlayStation 3 game based on Arcade Stage 4.

Car Models[edit]

Most Japanese car brands are/were included in the games. However, Isuzu was the only brand not to use racing vehicles. A cameo is made of a delivery truck in Initial d:Stage 3. Suzuki was first included in Stage 2 – it only has 1 model which is a Cappuccino, a kei car which is also driven by one of the characters, Sakamoto.

Toyota[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX (AE86) * * * * * * * *
Corolla Levin GT-APEX (AE86) * * * * * * * *
Sprinter Trueno 2door GT-APEX (AE86) * *
Corolla Levin SR (AE85) * * * * * * *
MR2 G-Limited (SW20) * * * * * * * *
MR-S S Edition (ZZW30) * * * * * * *
Altezza RS200 (SXE10) * *
Altezza RS200 Z Edition (SXE10) * * * * *
Celica GT-Four (ST205) * * *
Supra RZ (JZA80) * * * *
FT-86 G Sports Concept ^
Prius S "TOURING selection" (ZVW30) * * *
86 GT (ZN6) ^^ *

^ FT-86 Will start with Full Spec instantly.
^^ FT-86 will became 86 GT if the FT-86 is imported from Arcade Stage 6 AA.

Nissan[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (BNR32) * * * * * * * *
Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (BNR34) * * *
Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nür (BNR34) * * * * *
Skyline 25GT Turbo (ER34) ^^ * ^^^^^^
Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) * * *
Silvia K's (S13) * * * * * * * *
Silvia Q's (S14) * * * * * * *
Silvia K's AERO (S14) * * *
Silvia Spec-R (S15) * * * * * * * *
180SX Type X (RPS13) * * * *
180SX Type II (RPS13) ^^^ * * *
Sileighty (RPS13) * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
GT-R (R35) ^^^^ *
GT-R NISMO (R35) ^^^^^

^ In Street Stage onwards, the Sileighty is listed under "Initial D"
^^ The Skyline GT-Turbo appears in Special Stage, but not Arcade Stage Ver. 2. Special Stage is also the only game where the car has six gears, instead of five.
^^^ The 180SX Type X from Arcade Stage 4 will become 180SX Type II when imported to Arcade Stage 5
^^^^ GT-R R35 will get Full Spec instantly in Arcade Stage 6 AA. But the tuning will start from the beginning of Spec 3 in Arcade Stage 7 AAX if the car is imported from Arcade Stage 6 AA
^^^^^ If GT-R R35 is imported from Arcade Stage 7 AAX, it will became GT-R Nismo R35 in Arcade Stage 8 ∞
^^^^^^ ER34 can be obtained only in online machine & need specific time to unlock it. This car cannot be selectable if the arcade is offline.

Honda[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Civic SiR II (EG6) * * * * * * * *
Civic Type R (EK9) * * * * * * * *
Integra Type R (DC2) * * * * * * * *
S2000 (AP1) * * * * * * * *
NSX (NA1) * * *

Mazda[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Savanna RX-7 ∞ III (FC3S) * * * * * * * *
Ẽfini RX-7 Type R (FD3S) * * * * * * * *
RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD3S) * *
RX-7 Type RS (FD3S) * * * *
RX-8 Type S (SE3P) * * * * * *
Roadster S Special (NA6C) * * *
Eunos Roadster (NA6CE) * * * * *
Roadster RS (NB8C) * * * * * * *

Subaru[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Impreza Coupe WRX Type R STI Version V (GC8) ^ ^ * * * * *
Impreza Sedan WRX STI Version VI (GC8) * * *
Impreza Sedan WRX STI (GDBA) * * * * *
Impreza Sedan WRX STI (GDBF) * * * * *
BRZ S (ZC6) ^^

^ Secret car, obtainable through combination
^^ BRZ can be obtained only in online machine & need specific time to unlock it. This car cannot be selectable if the arcade is offline

Mitsubishi Motors[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Lancer Evolution III GSR (CE9A) * * * * * * * *
Lancer Evolution IV RS (CN9A) * * * * * * * *
Lancer Evolution V RS (CP9A) * ^
Lancer Evolution VI GSR T.M. Edition (CP9A) * ^
Lancer Evolution VII GSR (CT9A) * * * * * * *
Lancer Evolution IX GSR (CT9A) * * * * *
Lancer Evolution X GSR (CZ4A) * * *

^ Evolution V & VI can be obtained only in online machine & need specific time to unlock them. These cars cannot be selectable if the arcade is offline.

Suzuki[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
Cappuccino (EA11R) * * * * * * *

Complete Cars[edit]

IDAS IDASv2/IDSpS IDASv3/IDStS IDAS4/IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞
TOP SECRET SUPER G-FORCE SUPRA (JZA80) * *
HONDA TWINCAM MONSTER CIVIC TYPE R (EK9) * *
Honda NSX-R GT (NA2) * *
RE Amemiya Genki-7 (FD3S) * *
Powerhouse Amuse S2000 GT1 (AP1) ^ *
MAZDASPEED ROADSTER C-SPEC (NA8C) ^ *

^ Only available in Version.EXP 1.0 +B

Courses[edit]

Courses, or tracks, in the series are based on real mountain passes located in Japan. There have been 19 courses that have showed up in the series. Some lap tracks such as Myogi and Usui have been changed over the series.

IDAS IDASv2 IDSpS IDASv3 IDStS IDAS4 IDES IDAS5 IDAS6AA IDAS7AAX IDAS8∞ Notes
Myogi (lap) * * * * *
Usui (lap) * * * * * * * * Track layout changed in IDAS6AA
Akina * * * * * * * * * * *
Happogahara * * * * * * * * * * Prior to IDES: NIGHT only
Akagi * * * * * * * * * *
Irohazaka * * * * * * * * * *
Akina Snow * ^ * * ^Appears in Version1.1+B

DAY only
IDASv3: NIGHT only
IDAS6AA onwards: DAY only

Shomaru * * *
Tsuchisaka * * * *
Lake Akina * * * * * * Track layout changed in IDAS5.

Lap number reduced from 3 to 2 in IDAS6AA

Real Myogi * * * * * * * Track width changed in IDAS4.

In IDSpS: NIGHT only

Tsukuba * * * * * *
Nagao * * * *
Tsubaki Line * * *
Sadamine ^ * * ^Appears in Version1.2+D
Nanamagari * *
Tsuchisaka Snow ^ ^Appears in Version1.0+A

DAY only

Tsukuba Snow ^ ^Appears in Version1.0+C

NIGHT only

Momiji Line * * In IDSpS: NIGHT only
Hakone *
Real Usui * NIGHT only
Eina * NIGHT only

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtracks are mostly made up of Eurobeat soundtracks, often shared with the anime series.

Initial D Arcade Stage[edit]

  1. Take Me Baby - Mickey B. (Opening)
  2. Live In Tokyo - Kelly Wright (Instrumental)
  3. Space Boy - Dave Rodgers
  4. Love Is In Danger - Priscilla
  5. Grand Prix - Mega NRG Man
  6. Heartbeat - Nathalie
  7. Beat Of The Rising Sun - Dave Rodgers
  8. Don't Stop The Music - Lou Grant

Initial D Arcade Stage Ver.2[edit]

  1. Gamble Rumble - m.o.v.e (Opening)
  2. Space Boy - Dave Rodgers
  3. Night Of Fire - Niko
  4. Don't Stop The Music - Lou Grant
  5. Love Is In Danger - Priscilla
  6. Killing My Love - Leslie Parrish
  7. Running In The 90s - Max Coveri
  8. Grand Prix - Mega NRG Man
  9. Beat Of The Rising Sun - Dave Rodgers
  10. Heartbeat - Nathalie
  11. Rock Me To The Top - Dusty
  12. Station To Station - Derrick Simons
  13. The Race Is Over - Dave Rodgers (Ending)

Initial D Arcade Stage Ver. 3[edit]

  1. Gamble Rumble - m.o.v.e (Opening)
  2. Speedy Speed Boy - Marko Polo
  3. Remember Me - Leslie Parrish
  4. Save Me - Leslie Parrish
  5. Over the Rainbow - Powerful T.
  6. Stop Your Self Control - Marko Polo
  7. Crazy For Love - Dusty
  8. Express Love - Mega NRG Man
  9. Black Out - Overload
  10. Fall In The Web Of Desire - Powerful T.
  11. Pamela - Matt Land
  12. Fight For Love Tonight - Ace Warrior
  13. Dancin' In My Dreams - J. Storm (Ending)

Initial D Arcade Stage 4/Initial D Extreme Stage (PS3)[edit]

  1. -Out Of Kontrol- - m.o.v.e (Opening)
  2. Dive Into Stream - m.o.v.e (PS3 Opening)
  3. Let's Go, Come On - Manuel
  4. Go Beat Crazy - Fastway
  5. Speed Car - D-Team
  6. Fly Me To The Moon & Back - The Spiders From Mars
  7. Revolution - Fastway
  8. We'll See Heaven - Digital Planet
  9. All Around - Lia
  10. Eldorado - Dave Rodgers
  11. Raising Hell - Fastway
  12. Space Love - Fastway
  13. No Control - Manuel
  14. Forever Young - Symbol
  15. Rider Of The Sky - Ace
  16. The Fire's On Me - Spock
  17. Namida 3000 - m.o.v.e (Ending)
  18. Keep on Movin - m.o.v.e (PS3 Ending)
  19. Key Ring - m.o.v.e (PS3 unlock only)

Initial D Special Stage (PS2)[edit]

  1. Live in Tokyo - Kelly Wright (Instrumental)
  2. Space Boy - Dave Rodgers
  3. Night of Fire - Niko
  4. Don't Stop the Music - Lou Grant
  5. Love is in your Danger - Priscilla
  6. Killing my Love - Leslie Parrish
  7. Running in the 90s - Max Coveri
  8. Grand Prix - Mega Nrg man
  9. Beat Of The Rising Sun - Dave Rodgers
  10. Heartbeat - Nathalie
  11. Rock Me To The Top - Dusty
  12. Station to Station - Derrick Simons
  13. Speedy Speed Boy - Marko Polo
  14. No One Sleep In Tokyo - Edo Boys
  15. Remember Me - Leslie Parrish
  16. Back On The Rocks - Mega NRG Man
  17. Don't Stand So Close To Me - Dr. Love
  18. White Light (Unique to Special Stage) - Mr. Groove
  19. Save Me - Leslie Parrish
  20. Burning Desire - Mega NRG Man
  21. Get Me Power - Mega NRG Man
  22. Mikado - Dave McLoud
  23. Crazy For Love - Dusty
  24. Stay - Victoria
  25. 100 - Dave Rodgers
  26. Don't You Forget About My Love - Sophie
  27. West End Guy (Unique to Special Stage) - Digital Planet
  28. Crazy For Your Love - Morris
  29. I need your love - Dave Simon
  30. Big in Japan - Robert Patton
  31. Crazy Night - Boysband
  32. Express Love - Mega Nrg Man
  33. The Race is Over - Dave Rodgers (Ending)

Initial D Street Stage (PSP)[edit]

  1. Dog Fight - m.o.v.e (intro only)
  2. Speedy Speed Boy - Marko Polo
  3. Remember Me - Leslie Parrish
  4. Save Me - Leslie Parrish
  5. Over the Rainbow - Powerful T
  6. Stop Your Self Control - Marko Polo
  7. Crazy for Love - Dusty
  8. Express Love - Mega NRG Man
  9. Power of Sound - Ace
  10. Fall in the Web of Desire - Powerful T
  11. Pamela - Matt Land
  12. Fight for Love Tonight - Ace Warrior
  13. Get Another Chance - Mega NRG Man
  14. Fire on the Beat - Ace Warrior
  15. Ready to Go - Mega NRG Man
  16. Changes - Betty Blue
  17. Demolition - J. Storm
  18. Mad About You - Ace Warrior
  19. Overload - Matt Land
  20. Fevernova - Dave Rodgers & Kiko Loureiro
  21. Dancin' in my Dreams - J. Storm (ending only)

Initial D Arcade Stage 5[edit]

  1. BLAZABILITY m.o.v.e (Opening)
  2. Looka Bomba - GO 2
  3. Sun in The Rain - MANUEL
  4. Sweet Sixteen Girl - CANDY TAYLOR
  5. Love is The Name of Love - IRENE
  6. Adrenaline - MANUEL
  7. Right Now - DARK ANGELS
  8. Black U.F.O - LUPIN
  9. Gas Gas Gas - MANUEL
  10. Chemical Love - KEVIN & CHERRY
  11. Disco Fire - DAVE RODGERS
  12. Midnight Love - NEO
  13. Rockin' Hardcore - FASTWAY
  14. Speed Man - DAVE SIMON
  15. Fighting! - CODY
  16. Lady Butterfly - m.o.v.e (Ending)

Initial D Arcade Stage 6 AA[edit]

  1. The Double Ace - m.o.v.e (Opening)
  2. DON'T TURN IT OFF - GO 2
  3. YOU ARE MY WONDER - QUEEN 26
  4. SUPER RIDER - MARK ASTLEY
  5. EURONIGHT - EUROGROOVE
  6. QUEEN OF MEAN - THE SNAKE
  7. HURRICANE MAN - GOLD-RAKE
  8. ONCE UPON A TIME - PAMSY
  9. SET ME FREE - CHERRY
  10. MAD DESIRE - STEPHY MARTINI
  11. BURN INTO THE BEAT - NICK MANSELL
  12. THE LOVEBITE - DUSTY
  13. KING OF EUROBEAT - JORDAN
  14. ROCK BEATIN' WILD - FASTWAY
  15. FOREVER SAD - HELY
  16. BURN INSIDE - TAKENOBU & KUNOICHI (unlock only by transferring from IDAS5)
  17. BIRD - m.o.v.e (Ending)

Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX[edit]

  1. DISCONNECTED / HOTBLADE
  2. REMEMBER ME / LESLIE PARRISH
  3. NIGHT OF FIRE / NIKO
  4. I NEED A REVOLUTION / MARKO
  5. POWER TWO / HOTBLADE
  6. CRAZY FOR LOVE / DUSTY
  7. BURNING UP THE NIGHT (TOTAL FIRE) / 2 FAST
  8. FREEDOM RIDE / THE SNAKE
  9. MINISTRY OF POWER / FASTWAY
  10. SPEED OF LIGHT / THE SNAKE
  11. THE TOP / KEN BLAST
  12. UP & DANCE, UP & GO / LOU MASTER
  13. PAMELA / MATT LAND
  14. LIMOUSINE / MANUEL
  15. BURN INSIDE / TAKENOBU & KUNOICHI @SEGA
  16. Cross The X / m.o.v.e (Opening)
  17. Gamble Rumble (Stage 7 Version) / m.o.v.e (Ending)
  18. 情熱のイナズマ / GACKT
  19. TAKE THIS WAY / CHRISTIAN (Unused BGM)

Initial D Arcade Stage 8 ∞[edit]

  1. OUTSOAR THE RAINBOW / M.O.V.E (Opening)
  2. BREAKING OUT / ACE
  3. NOTHING'S GONNA STOP US / ANNALISE
  4. COME ON BABY / FASTWAY
  5. SUNLIGHT / KAIOH
  6. PRAYER / DUCKY CHIX
  7. YOUR LOVE IS LIKE A MEDICINE / MEGA NRG MAN
  8. WHEN THE SUN GOES GOWN / KEN BLAST
  9. SUPER DRIVER / DANIEL
  10. KISS / BAMBOO BIMBO
  11. FAR FROM THE LIGHT / LEO RIVER
  12. THE RACE OF THE NIGHT / DAVE RODGERS
  13. NONSENSE SENSATION / PAUL HARRIS
  14. HEARTS ON FIRE / DAVID DIMA
  15. ADRENALINE / ACE
  16. NEVER SAY NEVER / MANUEL
  17. I JUST WANNA STAY WITH YOU / DREAM FIGHTERS
  18. BURN INSIDE / TAKENOBU AND KUNOICHI
  19. RAISE UP / M.O.V.E (Ending)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Initial D Arcade Stage series info". UK Arcade Racers. 
  2. ^ "Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX". UK Arcade Racers. 

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