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Mega Drive version

Mirror tracks

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During the Sega logo, press HOLD A+B+Up START . Keep all buttons held until the demo sequence appears, then release. On the main menu, a new backwards "Racing Virtua" option will appear in the bottom right, complete with mirrored tracks[1].

Debug mode

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Setting RAM address 00FFD86D to 0 during gameplay will enable a debug mode. All opponents will be halted and debugging info will be shown at the top of the screen.

SVP test mode

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The game can be forced to boot into a test mode for the Sega Virtua Processor by using Game Genie code REAT-E61A or Pro Action Replay code 201E0:4E71. If the game does not detect the SVP chip, it will report a communication error (shown in the left screenshot). Otherwise, it will check the integrity of the SVP and make sure everything is working (shown in the right screenshot).[2]


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Books: Virtua Racing Hisshou Kouryaku Hou (1994) | Virtua Racing: Official Racing Guide (1994)
Music: Virtua Racing & OutRunners (1993) | Yu Suzuki Produce G-LOC/R360/Virtua Racing (1998)
Videos: Virtua Racing: Virtua Video (199x)

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