UBI SOFT WAVES THE STARTING GREEN FLAG FOR F1 POLE POSITION 64 RACE TO BEGIN!
First Racing Simulation for the Nintendo 64 Now Shipping
Packed with adrenaline pumping action and speed, racers will encounter real-life challenges including engine trouble, transmission damage, mid-race eliminations and more. F1 Pole Position delivers the ultimate racing experience requiring practice and strategy unneeded in more basic games. From novices to professionals, F1 Pole Position offers multiple levels of difficulty with a wide variety of options to customize the cars to accommodate each circuit.
"We expect enormous sales for F1 Pole Position 64 this holiday season. As the only full-fledged racing simulation for the N64, F1 Pole Position 64 has been long awaited by sports and racing fans," said Laurent Detoc, Vice President of Ubi Soft Entertainment. "The replay value for this racer is remarkable because players become consumed with finding new strategies and ways to configure their cars to improve speed and eventually win the Grand Prix."
The title is priced at $64.95. Ubi Soft Entertainment's products are available through a national network of resellers and distributors.
Ubi Soft Entertainment, a $60 million European-based software publishing and distribution company, was founded in 1986 in France. Ubi Soft entered the software development arena in 1991 after its continued success in software distribution, representing 35% of all entertainment software to the French market. It is best known in the U.S. for Rayman, a blockbuster action/adventure game for all ages that debuted in 1995. In addition to its U.S. offices in California and its headquarters in France, Ubi Soft has offices in Japan, Germany, Spain, Italy, England, Australia China and Canada.
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