RC Pro-Am Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: May 4th, 2023

RC Pro-Am Stats

RC Pro-Am player counts Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting RC Pro-Am facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

RC Pro-Am player count:

2.14 million game units sold worldwide

Last updated December 2014

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Game Description

“RC Pro-Am” is a racing video game developed by Rare and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1988. The game features remote-controlled (RC) cars racing on a series of tracks.

In the game, players control an RC car and race against other cars on a series of tracks. The gameplay is viewed from a top-down perspective, and features simple but challenging gameplay mechanics. Players can collect power-ups and weapons to use against their opponents, such as missiles, bombs, and speed boosts.

The game includes 24 different tracks, and as players progress through the game, the tracks become more difficult to navigate. The game also features a championship mode, where players can compete in a series of races to become the ultimate RC Pro-Am champion.

“RC Pro-Am” was well-received upon its release, and is considered a classic game from the NES era. The game’s simple but addictive gameplay, colorful graphics, and catchy music made it a popular title among both casual and hardcore gamers.

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