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'''''Power Rangers Zeo: Battle Racers''''' was a Super NES vehicular combat video game released in September 1996 by [[Bandai]] that has elements of a racing game.
 
'''''Power Rangers Zeo: Battle Racers''''' was a Super NES vehicular combat video game released in September 1996 by [[Bandai]] that has elements of a racing game.
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[[File:Power_Rangers_Zeo_Battle_Racers_print_ad_Nick_Mag_Nov_1996.jpg|thumb|220px|1996 print ad]]
 
The game was based on the fourth season of [[Power Rangers]], [[Zeo]]. It featured [[Wikipedia:Mode 7|Mode 7]] graphics much like many of the Super NES 'Kart' style games in the period. The game allowed for single-player or two-player split screen racing or battle mode. The game is often considered to be the only game based on the Zeo series, however another game,[[Power Rangers Zeo vs The Machine Empire| ''Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire'']], was made for the PC and a pinball game titled "Power Rangers Zeo: Full Tilt Battle Pinball" (known as just: '''Power Rangers Pinball''' in Japan) was released for the Sony PlayStation.
 
The game was based on the fourth season of [[Power Rangers]], [[Zeo]]. It featured [[Wikipedia:Mode 7|Mode 7]] graphics much like many of the Super NES 'Kart' style games in the period. The game allowed for single-player or two-player split screen racing or battle mode. The game is often considered to be the only game based on the Zeo series, however another game,[[Power Rangers Zeo vs The Machine Empire| ''Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire'']], was made for the PC and a pinball game titled "Power Rangers Zeo: Full Tilt Battle Pinball" (known as just: '''Power Rangers Pinball''' in Japan) was released for the Sony PlayStation.
   
 
==Featured Racers==
 
==Featured Racers==
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* [[Rocky DeSantos|Blue Ranger]] and [[Katherine Hillard|Pink Ranger]] have the highest acceleration but worst top speed and grip.
 
* [[Rocky DeSantos|Blue Ranger]] and [[Katherine Hillard|Pink Ranger]] have the highest acceleration but worst top speed and grip.
 
* [[Tanya Sloan|Yellow Ranger]] and [[Adam Park|Green Ranger]] have better grip but lower acceleration and top speed.
 
* [[Tanya Sloan|Yellow Ranger]] and [[Adam Park|Green Ranger]] have better grip but lower acceleration and top speed.

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Power Rangers Zeo: Battle Racers was a Super NES vehicular combat video game released in September 1996 by Bandai that has elements of a racing game.

Power Rangers Zeo Battle Racers print ad Nick Mag Nov 1996

1996 print ad

The game was based on the fourth season of Power Rangers, Zeo. It featured Mode 7 graphics much like many of the Super NES 'Kart' style games in the period. The game allowed for single-player or two-player split screen racing or battle mode. The game is often considered to be the only game based on the Zeo series, however another game, Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire, was made for the PC and a pinball game titled "Power Rangers Zeo: Full Tilt Battle Pinball" (known as just: Power Rangers Pinball in Japan) was released for the Sony PlayStation.

Featured Racers

Racing locales

  • City Circuit
  • South Island
  • Rangers Base
  • Grand Canyon
  • Enemies Town
  • Ice Sheet
  • Sky Circuit (secret)

Battle tracks (2 player mode)

  • Point Race
  • Bumper Chase
  • Blaster Master

Notes

  • The Gold Ranger's player character sprite does not feature his additional golden armor, instead appearing as a generic black-colored Zeo ranger.
  • The only vehicle from the actual series (barring the Zeo Zords, which appear in the background in certain race courses) is the Zeo Ranger V's Cycle. The Gold Ranger also rides a Zeo Cycle, but while a toy for this was released, it was never featured in the show. Zeo Rangers III and I ride futuristic air-cycles, while Zeo Rangers II and IV ride in Dune Buggy-like vehicles. King Mondo rides a generic three-wheeled motorcycle, while the Cog and Cog Ace ride miniaturized Quadrafighters.

References

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