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It's the race of your dreams - the Grand Prix World Championship — and you have the pole position. Ahead is a treacherous course full of twists and turns, where racers will be attaining speeds of over 200 miles per hour. Following you is a pack of drivers hungry for victory. Where are you? At home playing Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP 2 on your Genesis!

The brains behind the game is internationally renowned Ayrton Senna, 1991 Formula 1 World Champion. Sega drew upon his knowledge of the best race circuits and the best Grand Prix race cars, and created a game that literally puts you in the cockpit.

You have a number of options at your disposal. In addition to the "pre - race" options (such as setting the control pad brake and accelera-tor), you can choose to race either with an automatic transmission, or a manual transmission with four or seven speeds.

Pick Your Path To Fame

The best way to become an expert is to use the Free Practice mode, which gives you information and lets you practice on the game's sixteen courses. Then it's on to the big time.

You have two ways to become famous in the international driving circuit. The Senna G.P. mode puts you in competition on courses designed by Senna himself. It's the toughest mode in the game, since you cannot practice on the course before you drive your preliminary race. To advance in the Senna G.P. you must finish in the top three positions. The trick to winning is to run the course fast enough in the preliminaries thereby getting a starting place high in the grid, and holding that place throughout the race.

The World Championship mode puts you on the G.P. circuit. After practicing the course, you take a warm up lap to establish your position. Finish in the top three spots and you get a certain number of points, which establishes your rank in the World Championships. You can save your rank and continue with your racing career later, which means you can break for dinner, school and Phantasy Star 3. Not bad, huh?

To Shift or Not to Shift

The fastest way to get into the game is with the automatic transmission. Shifting manually is a little tricky, although in the long run it's the fastest way to go, especially when you use all seven speeds. In some races you can shift gears over a hundred times.

Automatic lets you work the accelerator and brake while the car does the shifting. You can downshift manually, and then let your car shift into the higher gears as you gain speed. With automatic you can drive more strategically, while manual shifting gives you an edge in speed. You can win races either way. The choice is yours.

If you have an urge to control the uncontrollable, to take pure, unleashed power in your hands and become a Grand Prix champion, then take Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco G.P. 2 for a drive on your Genesis System.

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If you have ever thrilled to the throaty roar of high performance engines and the smell of burning rubber on the road, you'll appreciate the realism in this driving game. Race on the actual tracks used in the World Championship circuit, and on three new tracks designed by Ayrton Senna himself, the 1991 Formula 1 Champion. Battle against 15 of the world's best in this realistic simulation.

Battery backup replaces the original Monaco's password ft ture, and gives you six save positions so you can blast right back into racing action.

It's the race of your dreams - the Grand Prix World Championship — and you have the pole position. Ahead is a treacherous course full of twists and turns, where racers will be attaining speeds of over 200 miles per hour. Following you is a pack of drivers hungry for victory. Where are you? At home playing Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GPII on your Genesis!

  • TIP: When approaching a hairpin turn, brake just before the turn begins, then hug the inner track and pour on the gas to make it through!

The brains behind the game is internationally renowned Ayrton Senna, 1991 Formula 1 World Champion. Sega drew upon his knowledge of the best race circuits and the best Grand Prix race cars, and created a game that literally puts you in the cockpit. You have a number of options at your disposal. In addition to the "pre-race" options (such as setting the control pad brake and accelerator), you can choose to race either with an automatic transmission, or a manual transmission with four or seven speeds.

  • TIP: Avoid collisions with other cars on the track. While they will not usually wreck your car, the recovery time will let other cars get in front of you. Bad move!

Pick your path to Fame The best way to become an expert is to use the Free Practice mode, which gives you information and lets you practice on the game's sixteen courses. Then it's on to the big time.

You have two ways to become famous in the international driving circuit. The Senna G.P. mode puts you in competition on courses designed by Senna himself. It's the toughest mode in the game, since you cannot practice on the course before you drive your preliminary race. To advance in the Senna G.P. you must finish in the top three positions. The trick to winning is to run the course fast enough in the preliminaries thereby getting a starting place high in the grid, and holding that place throughout the race.

The World Championship mode puts you on the G.P. circuit. After practicing the course, you take a warm up lap to establish your position. Finish in the top three spots and you get a certain number of points, which establishes your rank in the World Championships. You can save your rank and continue with your racing career later, which means you can break for dinner, school and Phantasy Star III. Not bad, huh?

  • TIP: Keep the car on the track as much as possible. Your lap times will suffer if you keep getting on the shoulder, resulting in a bad spot in the starting grid.

To Shift or Not to Shift The fastest way to get into the game is with the automatic transmission. Shifting manually is a little tricky, although in the long run it's the fastest way to go, especially when you use all seven speeds. In some races you can shift gears over a hundred times.

  • TIP: Practice the course in the World Championship mode until you can beat the best time displayed in the upper left corner of the screen. Remember you will have to do even better to get a good spot in the starting grid.

Automatic lets you work the accelerator and brake while the car does the shifting. You can downshift manually, and then let your car shift into the higher gears as you gain speed. With automatic you can drive more strategically, while manual shifting gives you an edge in speed. You can win races either way. The choice is yours. If you have an urge to control the uncontrollable, to take pure, unleashed power in your hands and become a Grand Prix champion, then take Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco G.P. II for a drive on your Genesis System.

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Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco Gp 2 rating

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco Gp 2 system requirements:SystemP-100.

Systems: Win9x Windows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game modes: Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco Gp 2 supports single modeSingle game mode

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