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Ridge Racer Developer(s) Namco Publisher(s) Namco Designer(s) Isao Nakamura Platform(s) PlayStation Portable Release date(s) JP December 12, 2004 NA March 22, 2005 PAL September 1, 2005 PSP the Best JP November 17, 2005 Genre(s) Racing game Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer (1-8) Rating(s) CERO: A ESRB: Everyone PEGI: 3+ Media/distribution UMD System requirements Memory Stick Duo Ridge Racer for the PSP is an arcade racing video game developed by Namco. It is named after the eponymous Ridge Racer video game series to which it belongs. The game was released in Japan as Ridge Racers (リッジレーサーズ, Rijji Rēsāzu?). A sequel titled Ridge Racer 2 has also been released for the PSP. Contents 1 Courses 1.1 Ridge Racer 1.2 Ridge Racer Revolution 1.3 Rage Racer 1.4 R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 1.5 Rave Racer 2 Music 2.1 Red Disc 2.2 Blue Disc 2.3 Remix Disc 2.4 Classic Disc 1 2.5 Classic Disc 2 3 See also 4 External links Courses The game features a total of 24 courses (12 unique courses and the same 12 courses reversed) most taken from previous PlayStation games or the arcade-only title Rave Racer. Ridge Racer The first two courses in the game are taken from the original Ridge Racer, although they also appeared in Ridge Racer V. They are both variants on the same course, each featuring different diversions part-way through. Seaside Route 765 Ridge City Highway Ridge Racer Revolution The next two courses are taken from Ridge Racer Revolution and again are both variants on the same course. Sunset Drive Crystal Coast Highway Rage Racer Courses #5 and #6 are taken from Rage Racer. Union Hill District Lakeside Parkway R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 Courses #7 and #8 are taken from R4: Ridge Racer Type 4. Crimsonrock Pass Diablo Canyon Road Rave Racer The next two courses are all taken from the arcade-only title Rave Racer. Their appearance here marks the first time these courses have ever been playable outside of the arcades. Midtown Expressway (based on Rave Racer's 'City' course) Greenpeak Highlands (based on Rave Racer's 'Mountain' course) The final two courses are also based loosely on Rave Racer: Silvercreek Dam Downtown Rave City However the exact course layouts of Silvercreek Dam and Downtown Rave City have not been in any of the previous arcade or PlayStation Ridge Racer titles. Although, in typical Ridge Racer fashion, they share (very small) sections of track from previous courses. Silvercreek Dam shares a section of track from Greenpeak Highlands (Rave Racer’s Mountain course), whereas Downtown Rave City shares a section with Midtown Expressway (Rave Racer’s City course). Music The music in the game is a collection of new songs and songs taken from previous Ridge Racer games, arranged across several "discs". The "Red" and "Blue" discs contain all-new songs put together specifically for the game while the two "Classic" discs contains a collection of remastered songs from Ridge Racer titles. Lastly, the "Remix" disc contains songs from past titles remixed by the original composer. Red Disc Highride Warp Trooper Bassrider Pulse Phaze Chrome Drive Synthetic Life Blue Disc Disco Ball Night Stream Light Groove Vanishing Horizon Tunnel Visionary Tek Trek Remix Disc Rotterdam Nation Remix - from the PlayStation titles, Ridge Racer and Ridge Racer Revolution. Speedster Remix - from the PlayStation titles, Ridge Racer and Ridge Racer Revolution. Drive U 2 Dancing Remix - from the Arcade title Ridge Racer 2 and the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Revolution. Rareheros - featured in many past Ridge Racer titles. Blue Topaz Remix - from the arcade title, Rave Racer. Motor Species Remix - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4. Classic Disc 1 Ridge Racer - A remastered version of the title tune from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer. Grip - from the arcade title, Ridge Racer 2, and the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Revolution. Euphoria - from the arcade title, Rave Racer. Silver Stream - from the PlayStation title, Rage Racer. Naked Glow - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4 Your Vibe - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4. Classic Disc 2 Move Me - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4. Moving in Circles - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4. Eat Them Up! - from the PlayStation title, Ridge Racer Type 4. (This was a secret track acquired along with the Pac-Man car after unlocking all 320 of the cars featured in the game.) TuiTui - from the PlayStation 2 title, Ridge Racer V. Samurai Rocket - from the PlayStation 2 title, Ridge Racer V. Daredevil - from the PlayStation 2 title, Ridge Racer V. See also Ridge Racer (series) External links Ridge Racer at Namco.com Ridge Racer Reviews at Game Rankings Ridge Racer at GameFAQs Ridge Racer for PSP at GameSpot Ridge Racer at IGN Ridge Racer (PSP) at MobyGames v · d · eRidge Racer video games Arcade games Ridge Racer • Full Scale • 2 • Rave Racer • V: Arcade Battle Console games Ridge Racer • Revolution • Rage Racer • Type 4 • Turbo • 64 • V • R: Racing Evolution • 6 • 7 • Unbounded Portable games DS • Ridge Racer (PSP) • 2 (PSP) • Accelerated • 3D • Ridge Racer (Vita)