Aqua GT

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Aqua GT
Aqua GT.jpg
European PlayStation cover art
Developer(s) East Point Software LTD
Publisher(s) Take-Two Interactive
Platform(s) Dreamcast, PlayStation
Release Dreamcast
  • EU: December 22, 2000
PlayStation
  • EU: January 26, 2001
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer

Aqua GT is a water racing game, developed by East Point Software LTD, published by Take-Two Interactive and released for the Dreamcast on December 22, 2000 in Europe and PlayStation on January 26, 2001 in the same continent.

Gameplay[edit]

Aqua GT features three modes: Championship, Arcade and Two-player.

Championship mode is the main single player game, where you advance through the Bronze, Silver, Gold and Champions League. In the Arcade gameplay mode you have to beat the clock. In two-player split screen mode you go head to head against another player.

The game features over 50 races and a wide variety of race vehicles, from jetboats, monos, batwings and catamarans, culminating in the Aqua GT Championship.

There are 5 boats to choose from, and you can unlock another 15 while progressing through the game. All boats vary in speed, acceleration and handling.

The tracks are set in canals of major cities, like London, Venice, Paris, Tokyo, Rhineland, Amsterdam and New York City. Each track has a high or low tide, and you can race at day time or during the night time.

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