The game is played from the second island, which is a mountain range at the end of the main, and the third was a canyon with a large, vertical drop-piece

While the visuals may have suffered from some rough lighting (and we aren’t talking about the snazzy special effects, we’re talking about the sun setting in the Pacific), the gameplay is mostly flawless. In our initial part-of-the-game hands-on, we were taken on a Hawaiian island cruise, taken on a jet-skiing race and taken on a jet-skis race to the island’s most famous race track, KÄ«sulu. The game is playable on any of the three courses – two islands and a mountain range, which together make two of the eight courses. We began with a race on the main island, which had two distinct parts. One was a more moderate scene, while the second was more intense, and resulted in a spectacular crash landing on the main deck. The game is played from the second island, which is a mountain range at the end of the main, and the third was a canyon with a large, vertical drop-piece. We crashed into the water and had to swim across the rocks to the island’s top deck. OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast has a similar cinematic style to OutRun Online Arcade, but it’s the action that really stood out. We’re not sure why Sega chose to share this format with the Live Arcade crowd. The action was sharp, slick and easy on the eyes, even in this early showing. The animation was also top-notch presentation, and the sound effects were outstanding. The crowd and overall feel of the game are great. We’re not sure if the $10 price point will hold your interest for long, but if you’re not bothered about the price, this will be the game for you.