Evercade A to Z: Burnin’ Rubber

The Evercade retro gaming platform has introduced me to a variety of great games that, for one reason or another, I never played “back in the day”.

One such example is Burnin’ Rubber, the Vic Tokai-developed follow-up to the Data East arcade game of the same name. This is a simple, straightforward, top-down racing game that predates Midway’s classic Spy Hunter by a year, and one of the most monstrously addictive titles in the Evercade’s launch lineup.

Check it out in the video below, enjoy my further thoughts here, and don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube for more videos!

4 thoughts on “Evercade A to Z: Burnin’ Rubber”

  1. When you see a game like this, you can’t help but be amazed at how far videogames have come. That said, these older games are usually much more entertaining gameplay wise, than their modern counterparts, one of the reasons why I love retrogames so much. This game looks so much fun! 😀😀


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