V-Rally Championship Edition (Need For Speed: V-Rally) (Japan)

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V-Rally Championship Edition is a racing game released in Europe as V-Rally - Championship Edition '97 and in the US as Need For Speed: V-Rally
Release date(s)

  • EU: July, 1997
  • NA: September 30, 1997
  • JP: January 8, 1998

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