Sega GT

Sega GT, known as Sega GT Homologation Special (SegaGT ホモロゲーションスペシャル?) in Japan, is a semi-simulation style racing game co-developed by Wow Entertainment and TOSE, and published by Sega for their Dreamcast home console. The game was released in Japan on February 17, 2000; in North America on August 28, 2000; and in Europe on December 1, 2000. A Microsoft Windows version was published the following year—in North America by Activision, and in Europe by Empire Interactive.

Sega GT was intended by Sega to rival Sony's popular Gran Turismo racing series, which was driving the strong sales of the PlayStation console and raising interest in the Dreamcast's closest competitor, the yet-unreleased PlayStation 2. While Sega GT was met with positive reception, sales were only modest, and the Dreamcast was given little traction against its competition. Despite this, Sega would continue the series on the Xbox with a sequel titled, Sega GT 2002.

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