Codemasters has revealed that it will publish the PS2 and Xbox versions of Eutechnyx's SRS: Street Racing Syndicate across PAL territories in Q2 2005.
The GameCube version has already been released in Europe, today, through Nintendo, while Hip Interactive is set to publish the PC version in the near future.
SRS, bought up from the wreckage of 3DO by Namco, has already done pretty well in the USA. It's a street racing game (shockingly) in which you get to customise and race lots of scary looking cars, including a Mitsubishi Evolution VIII, MAZDASPEED RX8, Mazda RX-7 Spirit R, Subaru Impreza S202, Toyota Supra, VW Golf VR6, Nissan 350Z, Nissan Skyline GT-R and others. And yes that was largely from the press release. Forgive us; it's Friday.
In fact, here's some more from the press release - it's got online support, two-player split-screen and four-player System Link (presumably the latter's Xbox-only), police to dodge (as well as a driving record to keep clean!) and various races both underground and sanctioned in cities including Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Miami.
All of which sounds pretty standard, but no less good for it. We'll let you know more when we get a chance to tweak our own undercarriages.
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