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Need for Speed: High Stakes: Game rip

Game info

Name: Need for Speed: High Stakes
Alternate name: Need for Speed: Conduite en tat de libert (French Title), Need for Speed: Brennender Asphalt (German title), Need For Speed: Road Challenge (Latin American Release), Need For Speed 4 (informal title); Need for Speed 4: Road Challenge (Europe); Over Driv
Characteristics: Racing / Driving, Simulation, 1st-Person Perspective, 3rd-Person Perspective
Publishers: Electronic Arts, EA, EA Victor
Developers: Electronic Arts, EA
Original/port composers: Saki Kaskas, Crispin Hands, Robert Ridihalgh, Beverly Koeckeritz, Rom Di Prisco
PlayStation (1999) - Europe
PlayStation (01 Mar 1999) - United States
PlayStation (17 Jun 1999) - Japan
PC Windows (23 Feb 2001) - Europe

Music info

Released: 01 Mar 1999
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Saki Kaskas, Crispin Hands, Robert Ridihalgh, Beverly Koeckeritz, Rom Di Prisco
Music type: Game rip
Num of tunes: 24
Num of CDs: 1

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Record created/updated: 9. September 2002.
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