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Super Runabout S.F. Edition

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MSRP: $39.00
Price: $15.90
You Save: $23.10 (59 %)
This item is currently sold out and unavailable
Item Number: T-22102M
Publisher: Climax Entertainment
Jan/UPC Code: 4527816000100

NCS Sale of the Day: June 2, 2008
«©NCSX» When hurtling through the streets of San Francisco, you might be forgiven for losing control from time to time as you zoom to accomplish missions of varying import. Maybe it's the adrenalin pumping through your veins when your vehicle careens through a busy street filled with pedestrians.

   Upon starting Super Runabout S.F., you're asked to join The San Francisco Motors or The San Francisco Police Department. The former puts you in the position of delivering packages and locating bombs for defusing. Joining the latter lets you roll under the auspices of civic duty. As a SFM employee, you'll pick up explosives from around the city and shuttle them to the bomb center. Other missions seem a little left of center, such as the hot dog task, where you scour the city in search of ingredients to assemble a righteous hot dog. A wide range of vehicles serve as your mission carriage including a light-weight Vespa, sports car, pick-up truck, Formula One racer, and even a commuter bus. More vehicles may be unlocked as you accomplish your appointed tasks and progress further into the game. The diversity of missions and vehicles may provide sufficient fodder for mission-based racing game fans.

   Sale Offering: NCS' inventory of Super Runabout S.F.
is new, factory sealed, and in mint condition.Pricing is set at US$15.90 per copy. Larger Photos

   This document and photos are ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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