Tokyo Xtreme Racer: Drift (known as Kaidō Battle: Nikko, Haruna, Rokko, Hakone in Japan) is the third racing game published by Crave Entertainment for the PlayStation 2. It is the fourth main installment in Shutokō Battle series. The game allows racing at both day and night. Day time offers the opportunity to enter competitions and gain money. Night time is where you can race against rivals to gain respect.
The game, like any in the series, included the Japanese and imported foreign cars. The foreign cars included Alfa Romeo, Mini, Lotus, DeTomaso and Volkswagen, depending on versions. Honda was licensed in this game but not available in its sequel, due to the licensing problems. Examples of the other licensed Japanese cars were Autobacs Seven. The Mitsubishi Starion 4WD rally car were available in this game, but has been converted to road-going versions.