Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero '94

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Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero '94
Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero 94.jpg
Cover art
SeriesSatoru Nakajima Formula One
Platform(s)Super Famicom[1]
  • JP: September 22, 1994[2]
Genre(s)Arcade-style Formula One racing[2]

Nakajima Satoru F-1 Hero '94 (中嶋悟監修 F1 HERO '94)[3] is a 1994 Japan-exclusive Super Famicom Formula One arcade racing video game licensed (and also supervised) by Satoru Nakajima and by FOCA to Fuji Television. This was the sequel to Super F1 Hero and the last game ever endorsed by Nakajima.


The game is all in Japanese. All teams and circuits of the 1994 Formula One season are represented. Note because of the tragic circumstances at Imola during the season, the game reflects the drivers of the season (for example, David Coulthard, who was the replacement driver for Williams after the tragic circumstances, is in the Williams). During the racing, the player can choose five type of views, from top-down perspective (similar to F-1 Grand Prix) to 3D polygon-based (similar to F1 Pole Position).



Round Race Title Grand Prix Circuit
1 Grande Prêmio do Brasil Brazilian GP Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo
2 Pacific Grand Prix Pacific GP Japan TI Circuit, Aida
3 Gran Premio di San Marino San Marino GP Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola
4 Grand Prix de Monaco Monaco GP Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo
5 Gran Premio Marlboro de España Spanish GP Spain Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona
6 Grand Prix Molson du Canada Canadian GP Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montréal
7 Grand Prix de France French GP France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours
8 British Grand Prix British GP United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit
9 Großer Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland German GP Germany Hockenheimring
10 Marlboro Magyar Nagydíj Hungarian GP Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest
11 Belgian Grand Prix Belgian GP Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa
12 Pioneer Gran Premio d'Italia Italian GP Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza
13 Grande Prémio de Portugal Portuguese GP Portugal Autódromo do Estoril
14 Gran Premio de Europa European GP Spain Circuito Permanente de Jerez
15 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix Japanese GP Japan Suzuka Circuit
16 Adelaide Australian Grand Prix Australian GP Australia Adelaide Street Circuit

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Japanese title at (in Japanese)
  2. ^ a b "Release information". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2011-07-13.
  3. ^ "English-to-Japanese title translation". Retrieved 2011-07-13.