To maintain player accessibility a couple of tracks from the console version were removed( particularly the Super Monkey Ball levels) but the game includes a ticket redemption option that could be added to the game. The game also uses a separate pedal for drifting and has buttons on the steering wheel (similar to R-Tuned) for power-up usage. It also has three game modes to pick from:
Time trial – Race alone to set the fastest times on each track – there are “Staff Ghosts” to beat
Quick Race – Race and battle against others, single or multiplayer
Grand Prix – Progress through a single player, three race championship
The cabinet design is similar to what Sega has used recently with arcade titles such as Sega Racing Classic and GRID but with a notable upgrade: the sides and seats are translucent and constantly change color, as a part of the attract mode. The screen included with these cabinets has typically been a 32″ HD LCD. The arcade standard wheel/pedal controls should mean that the game will have superior control over the home versions. The game can also link up to eight units locally.