Daytona USA is a racing arcade game by Sega and the highest grossing arcade machine of all time . Daytona USA was Sega's first title to debut on the Sega Model 2 arcade board, and at the time of its 1993 introduction, was considered the most visually detailed 3D arcade racing game. Despite a lower polygon-count than its predecessor, Virtua Racing, Daytona's 3D-world was fully texture-mapped, giving it a more realistic appearance than the former. In single-player mode, Daytona maintained a consistent 60fps refresh rate, even with multiple opponents on screen, surpassing the motion smoothness of the only other racing game in a comparable graphical arena, Namco's Ridge Racer.
Daytona USA was re-released in arcades in 2010 as Sega Racing Classic. A slight update with High Definition graphics and 16:9 monitor screens. The name was changed due to Sega no longer holding the Daytona name copyright.
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