The Fast and the Furious Drift
The Fast and the Furious Drift is the sequel to the best selling racing game of the 21st century. Drift features 12 fully licensed exotic cars, and 7 new Japanese tracks in addition to all 12 original tracks from The Fast and the Furious. The ability to Drift has been added to the game which gives bigger bonuses and better times to the players that master it.
Players now have the ability to upgrade their car by adding credits to mod their ride even faster. For an additional credit players get two upgrades and of course the players can save and view their cars and upgrades in an all new stats screen.
The Fast and the Furious is available as a 27″ Sitdown and a 27″ Upright.
* What is Drifting?
Drifting is not new to the sport of racing, but its popularity has exploded over the past few years. Drifting is the art of over steering your car and it started out as a driving technique in competitive racing in Japan.
Drifting was featured in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (the movie that this game is based on) and the drifting phenomenon has now reached a much wider audience as a result. Just like the movie, Drifting is a very integral part of the game and it will help you reach the top of the leader board once you learn how to do it right.
In The Fast and the Furious players were able to play for most damage and air time now they can add drifting into the mix. Players can try for the longest individual drift time, accumulative drift time and longest drift chain.
The Fast and Furious Drift is also available as Full Conversion Kit.
Fast & Furious Drift Conversion Kit
The kit will convert the following list of games to F&F Drift:
Off Road Challenge