Publishers Destineer have announced a new racing game for Wii and DS. It's called Indianapolis 500 Legends.
Set in the 1960s, it aims to let players experience the excitement of racing's "golden age". Mini-games for things like refueling and tyre changes are included while doing a pit stop.
Al Unser, A.J Foyt and Parnelli Jones feature among the racing stars included. Players will get the chance to unlock racing memorabilia as the game progresses.
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