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7 may 02
Japanese release information date!
The target release date is early April published by MTO in Japan
5 Apr 01
DC Stunt GP 1st score!
In response to the exclusively announced PC release date, Dreamcast Magazine has just released the details of its review of Stunt GP on DC - just to whet your Sega gaming appetites.
"Of all the phrases that could be used to describe Stunt GP, 'packed to the rafters' is probably the most precise. We've never seen so much stuff crammed into a single game in all our lives..."
"Visually, Stunt GP manages to take your breath away."
"There's no doubting that it's an ace game with plenty to offer."
4 Apr 01
Official European street date!
It's finally here!
After a change of publisher to EON, Stunt GP will hit the shelves in time for Easter in Europe for PC on the 6th April!
Release dates in Europe for DC and in USA for PC and DC have not yet been confirmed.
19 Mar 01
EON Pulls Stunts!
Mayfair-based publisher grabs acclaimed Team 17 racer...
EON Digital Entertainment, one of the UK's leading publishers of home and video game titles has secured the PAL rights to the PC and Dreamcast versions of Team 17's stunning racing game, Stunt GP.
Scheduled for a late March release, Stunt GP is already being hailed as the ultimate 'Next Generation' racer. Wakefield-based Team 17 has worked to create a game featuring high-octane action, stunts galore and state-of-the-art aesthetics, with up to four players haring across a host of gravity-defying courses in a number of remote-controlled toy vehicles.
As befits a game based on such robust toys, Stunt GP's many vehicles can perform skids, jumps and loop-the-loops across courses featuring corkscrews, ramps and hairpin bends. Successful racers are awarded 'Aeromiles', which are used to enhance the car's performance.
The Stunt GP deal marks the first collaboration between EON Digital and Team 17. Since its inception a year ago, EON has proved itself a major player with titles such as Z:Steel Soldiers while Team 17 enjoys an enviable reputation within development circles with titles like Alien Breed, Project X, Superfrog, Worms and the forthcoming Worms World Party.
30 Jan 01
Stunt GP Demo gets 5/5 rating!
In response to the SGP demo going live, the sneaky preview has been awarded a 5 star rating at A1 Yippee Shareware from their review team!
"So very very cool - In Stunt GP you rip around the tracks in your remote-controlled car and experience the forces of gravity (or lack of) that only such a small beast could. This game just feels so right."
Click the link below to read the review and download the demo to see for yourself why everybody is raving about SGP!
22 Jan 2001
Stunt GP Update.
Infogrames may have dropped the DC and PC versions of Team17's promising racer, Stunt GP, but Titus still has big plans for the PlayStation2 version. It was reported last week that Infogrames had dropped Stunt GP from its DC and PC release schedule, due to "the game's expected ship date no longer fitting Infogrames' plans for products shipping in 2001". Strange when you consider that both DC and PC versions reached gold master towards the end of last year...
As for the PlayStation2 version, that was always going to be published by Titus. It's still in development and Team17 is not rushing things or giving a solid release date at the moment.
19 Jan 2001
Stunt GP Goes Solo.
In a surprise move, Infogrames has dropped Team17's promising crazy racer Stunt GP for Dreamcast and PC. Team17 is the UK developer behind the popular Worms franchise. The official line from Infogrames is "While Infogrames has great respect for Team17 and the work it has done on Stunt GP for Dreamcast and PC, the game's expected ship date no longer fits Infogrames' plans for products shipping in 2001, so we will not be publishing it."
Team17 was unavailable for comment on what lies in store for the PlayStation 2 version, also currently in development.
07 Jul 2000
Virgin and Titus take two from 17.
Virgin Interactive and Titus Software have pulled off a global coup, with the announcement that they have secured the worldwide publishing rights to Team 17's hugely anticipated Worms World Party on Dreamcast and PC and Stunt GP on PlayStation 2 respectively.
"Team17 remains one of the best independent developers around, and we're proud that they have chosen Virgin /Titus as publishers on a world wide basis, despite the fact that they are Leeds United fans and come from Yorkshire." said Sean Brennan, Chief Operating Officer, Virgin Interactive. "We'll be taking the incredibly successful Worms franchise to new depths with World Party - which is by far the best in the series, and will be one of the first massively multi-player game available on Dreamcast. Stunt GP is one of the most playable and original racing games around, and we'll be looking to establish that as a brand rather than a one-off title."
"Now we have Virgin and Titus on board, not only am I confident Worms World Party will be the best Worms game yet," said Martyn Brown, Development Director, Team17, "it will be the biggest-selling, too. Technology is finally catching up with our original vision of people all over the Earth playing Worms together. We have dedicated months of world class development talent to Stunt GP, and we have equal confidence in its success. Yes, I am a Leeds United fan and a Yorkshireman to boot, for which I am rightly chuffed. It will be nice to see our titles topping the charts with Virgin Interactive whilst Leeds win the premiership!"
Commenting for the Titus Group, Thierry Ortolan, Business Development Director Titus Software concludes: "The industry is going through a very exciting period with the much-anticipated advent of the next generation consoles. My team is dedicated to seeking out top development talent worldwide to continue to build our business. Team 17 are pivotal to this plan."
13 Mar 2000
Infogrames brings elctro-charged driving action to PC and DC in the States.
Infogrames North America, Inc., a global publisher of interactive entertainment software, announced today that the stunt-based driving game, Stunt GP, will be available this fall. The game, which mixes driving with stunt-racing, will be available on both Sega Dreamcast and PC.
"Stunt GP is a no holds barred driving experience," said Laddie Ervin, director of marketing for sports and racing at Infogrames North America, Inc. "Stunt GP combines high-speed racing with high-flying stunts to create an untamed driving experience."
20 Dec 1999
Somebody publish this!
Team17's Stunt GP could be one of the most promising PC and Dreamcast games of 2000. Unfortunately, although Hasbro is publishing it in the U.K. under the Interactive Atari label, no American publisher has signed on to bring it to the U.S. market.
"We are currently looking for a publisher and speaking with various companies with regards to bringing this game to the U.S." says Team17's Debbie Bestwick."Unfortunately, it's too early at this stage to say who, but expect something to be announced over the coming months."
16 Dec 1999
IGN DC Talks RC Cars With Team17.
If you ever dreamed of owning a really good remote control car then congratulations, you're a member of the human race.
Stunt GP will give you the closest experience to actually owning one of those bad boys without the vast expense. If you're thinking Micro Machines 3D, then think bigger, better, faster and with more stunts. If you double those expectations you might just come close to Team 17's Stunt GP. The jaw dropping visuals are undoubtedly amongst the finest in a racer that have been seen on a Dreamcast to date.
8th November 1999
New Stunt GP screens and details.
Hasbro releases new details and screens of its upcoming wacky arcade-style racing title for the PC and Dreamcast.
Hasbro Interactive announced on Monday that the company will release its upcoming wacky arcade-style racing title Stunt GP under its Atari games label. Previously, the title was to be released under Hasbro's MicroProse label.
02 Nov 1999
Hasbro announces further SGP details.
European Press Only.
Hasbro Interactive and Team17 Software are proud to announce the launch of Stunt GP, an exhilarating single or multi-player racing game set in the world of high speed, radio controlled stunt cars for the Atari Label. Players can accelerate, skid, jump, and burn their way around loops, ramps, corkscrews, spirals, and other obstacles while battling with opponents for victory.
The game features exclusively branded racing cars, over 24 race tracks and by collecting 'Aeromile' rewards for daring stunts players can increase their cashflow and upgrade their car on the way to radio controlled car heaven.
The Stunt GP branding will be emphasised through every aspect of the game ranging from the catalogue style interface to car classes, various track types, and numerous course components which provide superb, consistent and unique atmosphere for players to enjoy.
Release PC & Dreamcast Q3 2000.