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Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road Discussion (Nintendo NES) [game]
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One of the best racing games on the NES, and supporting 4 PLAYERS, Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off-Road is legendary. A port of the arcade games (complete with a wheel and a gas pedal), no excitement is lost on the way to the home console.

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014480 Mr_Mustache ($212000+ - 10/14/13)

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Posted: 10/14/13, 10:52:04  - Edited by 
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Ran 162 races tonight. Man.

Hurricane Gulch is still a beast after all these years.
Posted: 10/14/13, 10:55:54
Wow impressive, I remember playing Off Road, is Super Off Road any different? I looked up screens and it looks similar. Man those games were hard as balls!

Also, awesome splash screen:

Posted: 10/14/13, 14:48:26
I've got Super Off-Road on the SNES. Indeed a fun franchise. Simple and easy to get into.
Posted: 10/14/13, 15:00:58
I have always been a big fan of these games. I much prefer playing the arcade version with the wheel and pedal though!
Posted: 10/14/13, 19:54:14

That screen really is good, and the music in that game; I've never heard anyone talking about it. So good.
Hopefully we can wrangle enough of you dudes for Rochester in '14 so we can break out some 4p action.

I got in the habit of seeing when Ivan was on one of his "there is no chance of you beating me" runs, and I just took my time going around the track. At that point, when money is no object, there is no apparent penalty between finishing 2nd or 4th. I always thought that 2nd was BETTER than 3rd (like, you don't lose a Continue or something), but its all the same. Conserve Nitros, live to fight another day. Beat the game. Tell your friends.


I can't get the hang of the wheels there. If my Mustang wheel was hooked up, I'd be cruisin'. I think I need force feedback for those, or something. We do have one locally up in the City..
Posted: 10/14/13, 22:59:59
As others can attest, I was a beast at this game at the Emporium arcade bar in Chicago. Total beast mode.
Posted: 10/15/13, 00:21:42
Is this the one with the real wheels and gas? Because if so I sucked. I'm usually ok at it.
Posted: 10/15/13, 00:38:42
I recall seeing the arcade unit of this game at a local swimming pool when I was very young. At the time it was the most advanced video game I had ever seen, so I was fascinated by it... but never actually played it, just watched other kids do so. I've always meant to buy the SNES version, but I get the feeling the game doesn't hold up, so it's probably best left as a memory of wonderment.
Posted: 10/15/13, 00:48:36

I think I was overwhelmed by something. I'd like to run again at Hot Shots sometime or something.



@Mop it up

It IS pretty advanced, isn't it? And the game totally holds up, at least the NES version doesn't. I can't imagine the SNES version being "worse." You should be fine!
Posted: 10/15/13, 01:11:29
@Mop it up

The SNES version is the superior version because it includes the bonus tracks.
Posted: 10/16/13, 17:11:32
This is one of those meat-and-potatoes arcade cabs that were everywhere in the late 80s/early 90s. I really liked it, but was never actually any good at it.

That's basically all I remember about it. Other than girls in bikinis.
Posted: 10/16/13, 17:55:21

Do you have it??


Huh. I think they covered 'em up with dresses on NES..
Posted: 10/16/13, 23:27:36
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