Microids and Cryo Interactive are planning on bringing a version of MegaRace 3 to Steam. The game is currently already out and available as a DRM-free title over on GOG.com, which you can pick up for $5.99, but if you like keeping all your games in one place, you won’t have to wait too long to grab a copy of the classic PC and PS2 retro-futuristic racing title.
The third game in the series is also the first game that took the MegaRace franchise into the realm of the PlayStation universe. The first two games that came out back in 1994 and 1996 respectively, for the 3DO and later for PC. The first MegaRace was a mind-blowing experience because at the time we just didn’t get games with that level of graphics fidelity on home consoles. It somewhat seamlessly blended full-motion video of the fictional virtual TV presenter Lance Boyle with high-impact combat racing. The combination was something wholly unique until Wipeout came along in 1995.
Also, MegaRace was one of those games that came out back during a time when sexy ladies in Western media were celebrated, not derided by feminists who are ugly on the inside and project that ugliness outwardly by shaming everyone else who they feel looks better than them.
Anyway, MegaRace 3 came out a while back on GOG.com, but it’s only just making its way to Steam. It features a series of high-velocity tracks where you’ll compete against other vicious opponents in order to score a win and come out victorious across a series of intense races. If you need a little refresher on how the game plays out, there’s a video below you can check out courtesy of Dali HD Gaming 2.
The action racing-shooter is set to arrive on Steam soon. Again, there’s no release date just yet, but it’s a nice little throwback to the past.
You can follow the game to see when it will become available by hitting up the Steam store page.