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R.C. Pro-Am

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R.C. Pro-Am
R.C. Pro-Am
RC Pro Am box.png
Developer(s): Rare
Publisher(s): Nintendo (NES), Tradewest (Genesis)
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System, Genesis
Category: Racing
Players: (Unknown)
Predecessor: (None)
Successor: Super R.C. Pro-Am
Release dates
N. America: February 1988
Japan: (Unreleased)
Europe: April 15, 1988
Australia: (Unknown)
S. Korea: (Unknown)
China: (Unknown)
©1987 Rare,
©1988 Nintendo of America (US version only)

R.C. Pro-Am is a racing game for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the first game in the Pro-Am series. It was developed by Rare and published by Nintendo. It is also part of the Sports series. The game was also released for Genesis as Championship Pro-Am in 1992, with no involvement of Nintendo.


R.C. PRO-AM Nintendo puts you in control.

Grab your controller and pull up to the starting line. It's you against four other all-star racers in this thrilling Nintendo R.C. racing competition! You'll face hair pin turns, outrageous curves, oil slicks and rain clouds as you make your way through 32 treacherous courses that will test your driving ability like never before. Along the way, you'll pick up performance boosters like Turbo Acceleration, Sticky Tires and Top Speed that will help you get to the finish line first. But if the going gets rough, you'll use your bombs and missiles to knock the competition for a loop to make sure you're the winner! Collect the letters that spell N-I-N-T-E-N-D-O and you'll collect an even more powerful car. Then hop in and enjoy the ultimate in video racing competition, R.C. Pro Am![1]

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