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Are you ready to pit your driving savvy against six international courses? Pick one of eight mean machines and let's go! Need for Speed II is fast and realistic with detailed 3D graphics and full-circle view. And when you think you're ready, try the two-player split-screen mode for teeth-grinding competition!

Need for Speed 2 is the follow up to Road & Track's The Need for Speed. Instead of normal exotic cars like the first game included, it had exotic supercars such as the McLaren F1, Ferrari F50 and unreleased concept supercars such as the Ford GT90. A special edition was later released with a few more cars, an extra race track, and also included 3Dfx Glide support for Voodoo-chipset video cards, marking the first hardware 3D acceleration support in the Need for Speed series. The PlayStation version also supported the Dual Analog/Shock controllers, and Namco's neGcon controller which was designed for the Ridge Racer series.

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Class A

  • McLaren F1
  • Ferrari F50
  • Ford GT90
  • Lotus Elise GT1

Class B

  • Ford Indigo
  • Jaguar XJ220
  • Isdera Commendatore 112i

Class C

  • Italdesign Cala
  • Lotus Esprit V8

Need For Speed II: Special Edition included four additional cars:

Class B

  • Italdesign Nazca C2

Class C

  • Ford Mustang Mach III
  • Ferrari 355 F1

Bonus cars that were unlocked through the use of cheat codes:

  • FZR 2000 - A futuristic supercar
  • The Tombstone - NASCAR-style Stock Car Racer
  • Bomber BFS - Customized '57 Chevy

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