Initial D5 Twin
*The twin includes the server to connect the cabinets to eachother and which is used in Japan to connect to the network.
Initial D Arcade Stage is a racing game series developed by Sega Rosso, a division of Sega, based on the anime and manga Initial D. In the U.S., the games are otherwise known as simply "Initial D" without the "Arcade Stage" subtitle.
Released in 2009,Initial D: Arcade Stage 5 is the fifth release in the Initial D: Arcade Stage series. A few notable differences include heavy physics changes. Opposite to Arcade Stage 4, which took on a "drifting" physics, Arcade Stage 5 had a more realistic driving physics which includes tire and brake wear down. Although the tire and brake wear are not displayed anywhere in game, experienced players can notice the difference in the change in physics as they progress in races.
New characters that appeared for the first time in the game are: Kobayakawa, Omiya Satoshi, Imposter Project D, Kai Kogashisa (Racing Team Katagiri Street Version), and Hideo Minagawa.
In Initial D Arcade Stage, players race against different opponents in various mountain passes featured in the manga. Using the optional magnetic card system, players can save a customized car and their progress for future sessions; otherwise, game progress is lost. Players can continue progress with their cards on another Initial D cabinet of the same version
Legend of the streets
In the main story mode, players race with different opponents from the original manga in the game.
Players race against time to rank against other players at the current machine or across the internet.
Play against other players on ID cabs that are physically connected to yours.