Genre: Racing / Driving
Perspective: 1st-person, Behind view
Gameplay: Vehicle Simulator
Vehicular: Automobile, Track Racing
Published by: SEGA of America
Developed by: SEGA-AM2
Platform: SEGA Saturn
The game has the same gameplay as Daytona USA. However, in the Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition, in addition to the "Hornet" car, the player may choose several cars, such as Gallop, Max, Phoenix, Pheonix, Orlole, Magic, Wolf and Balance.
In addition to the three original levels ("Three-Seven Speedway", "Dinosaur Canyon" and "Seaside Street Galaxy"), the game also features the National Park Speedway and Desert City. In the version for PC was added one more track called "Silver Ocean Causeway".
Versions and releases
Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition for Sega Saturn was released in Europe and North America in 1996. In North America, the version of the game supporting the Sega NetLink modem called Daytona USA: CCE Netlink Edition was also sold. It was available only through the online store Sega.
The Japanese version of the game for Sega Saturn was released under the name Daytona USA: Circuit Edition. It includes tracks from Daytona USA, the time of day changes on the tracks and the mechanics of drift is improved.
In 1997, a version for the PC was published. In Japan and South Korea it was released under the name Daytona USA Evolution, and in the rest of the world as Daytona USA Deluxe. This version has a new level called "Silver Ocean Causeway", multiplayer was added to the network up to 8 players, and the graphics and distance of the camera from the car were improved. The game is launched via Direct3D.