EVOLUTION OF NASCAR VIDEO GAMES

 I was really excited when Days of Thunder on NES hit the stores in 1990.  The only previous NASCAR title had been Richard Petty's Talladega for the Atari XL and Commodore 64, which was OK as long as you didn't mind waiting several hours for the game to load. Anyway, I ran out and paid the ridiculous price of $64.97 for Days of Thunder as soon as the first copy hit the shelf.  Keep in mind that $64.97 was a lot of money in 1990, especially for a broke-ass college student making $3 ...

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EA SHIFTS NASCAR RESOURCES TO MMA

Don't expect another NASCAR video game from EA Sports anytime soon. This week on the HotSpot podcast, EA Sports president Peter Moore said that the company's NASCAR team has been shifted to its MMA department."There are no plans right now for NASCAR from EA," Moore said. "We had a great relationship over the years that I thoroughly enjoyed when I first got here. Unfortunately… we had to make some tough trade-offs. We've had to redeploy some of those folks. A number of the N ...

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