Battle Gear 4

The [Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game by Taito Corp. [Japan]

[Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game

Battle Gear 4 © 2006 Taito.

Taito Type X+ hardware.

OS : Windows XP Embedded (customized)
CPU : Celeron 2.5Ghz (upgradable to Pentium 4 2.8GHz)
FSB : 400MHz (Upgradable to 800MHz)
Chipset : Intel 865G
Memory : DDR266 DIMM 256MB (upgradable to DDR400 2GB)
Graphics Board : AGP Radeon 9200SE (128 MB) through to X800XT (256 MB) (complete ATI Radeon Range)
Audio : AC97 onboard 6 channel audio CODEC
Lan : On-board 10/100Base-TX
USB : 4ch (ver 1.1 & 2.0 compatible)
Parallel port : 1 port
PS/2 port : keyboard, mouse
PCI : 2 slots
IDE : 2ch U-DMA(100/66/33)
Serial ATA : 2ch
Audio inputs : Microphone (stereo pin-jack), line-in (stereo pin-jack)
Audio outputs : line-out (stereo pin-jack), SPDI/F
Power : ATX AC 100v
Released in June 2005 in Japan.
Show ideal racing line : In your TA (Time Attack) session, hold the triangular harzard button for 2 seconds until the ideal racing line shows up on the road.

Turn boost off in human battles : While you are having a race with up to a maximum of three other human players, and if all of you agree to choose the Battle Mode (the option on your right), you can hold the View Change button all at the same time to step on the gas pedal for confirmation. This way you have turned the default boost off. That ensures a fair battle in that the car taking the lead will handle normally, and the ones behind will not get speed boosts as an unfair advantage.
1. Battle Gear (1999)
2. Battle Gear 2 (2000)
3. Battle Gear 3 (2002)
4. Battle Gear 3 Tuned (2002)
5. Battle Gear 4 (2006)
6. Battle Gear 4 Tuned (2006)

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