Publisher: Sega
Developer: AM2
Size: 24 Megs
No. of players: 2(simultaneously)
Got it for: $4.99, cart only(domestic). $10.00, new(import). Even though I can't play it because of the region lockout, for only $10, I thought I'd be cool just to have one Super 32X game.

Attention blocky ladies and blocky gentlemen, the blocky excitement is about to begin! Who will be these year's VR Champion of Blockville? Will it be you sir, or you, or you madame....or *you*, yes you, the guy reading this very review!!!

What's it all about?
It's a 3D racing game. Seriously updated over the Genesis version of Virtua Racing, VR Deluxe takes everything that was in it, and adds to it in every way. Two new cars are added(the Stock and Prototype racers) on top of two new tracks(Highland and Sand Park) and as well as a higher polygon count for everything. Cruise in four different views as you tear ass around the tracks in one of the finest racers ever made...

Graphics - Like Virtua Fighter, the game's graphics are simply stunning. Again, I am amazed at what Sega was able to do with the "underpowered" 32X. A very good framerate with acceptable draw-in make this cart a sight to behold. The actual tracks have quite a bit going on in them; from the ship filled marina to the huge-ass ferris wheel, there's plenty of stuff to check out...
Sound - What sound!? There's like, six music clips and about eight sound effects. They all sound pretty good to me...
Control - As long as you're not using the Stock car, it's great. The Prototype and F1 handle like a dream, the quick transitions of the views are easily accessible as Sega assigned them all separate buttons on the pad.
AI - Cheap as fuck. The AI cars will just tear ass outta there and you will *never* see them again...until they lap you.
Replay value - Extremely high. It's an arcade racer, and a fine one at that. With three cars to chose from it'll be a while before you learn the ins and outs of the nasty Acropolis turns.
Tips for better gaming experiences:
Don't worry about catching the CPU cars, coming in first does absolutely nothing for you, other than letting you put your name in the record log...which stays on there until you turn off the power. Just relax and enjoy it, let the CPU cars take their turns at 200mph and fly past you...

My rating: 90(out of 100) - Another amazingly good polygon-based game on the 32X. VR is quick, it controls well and it's a blast to play. Jump up on it!
GamePro gave it: 5.0(graphics), 4.0(sound), 5.0(control), 5.0(funfactor) (out of 5)

Cat's review:
Wow, finally a reason to own the 32X! This version of VR absolutely rocks my kitty ass! Very good, and very fast!

Though nowhere as blocky as the wheels on the Genesis version of VR, that's *still* gotta be a rough ride! Look at those tires!
The new "Sand Park" track with the Stock racer. That thing handles like you're driving on ice or something.
Looks like the new Prototype car is about to crash straight into Putt Putt...
The in-car view is pretty cool, and makes it seem like you are going WAY faster than normal.
Gameplay Videos:
Sega logo, Big Forest, Bay Bridge, Acropolis, High Land, Sand Park Attract Modes - 4:28, 57.2 megs

Immediate Streaming - YouTube
Description: Essentially, this video is a recording of the game straight from the start up. You get the Sega logo and then the Attract Mode showing off all five tracks. This mode does a very good job of showing off what a pretty, and technically impressive game this is.
Note: You'll need the most recent Divx codec to watch these videos. Also, slowdown and jumps in the playback may not necessarily be the fault of the game so much as the method I am using to record them. If you are having problems watching the videos in your browser, just right-click and download them to your hard drive...
The fans have it:
The general majority of VR fans will tell you this version is superior to the Saturn's version. They are right.