Excerpt: Many people believe that Sega’s Rally series is the best rally racing you can find on any system. Heck it’s been on the Saturn, in the arcades, and even on the PC. Now Sega has released Sega Rally 2 (SR2) on its new next-generation system and the result has been a good one. Can Sega’s lack of online capabilities and new modes make Sega Rally 2 worth purchasing? Gameplay: 8.5/10 ------------- Perhaps the most important aspect in SR2 is gameplay and how the cars handle.
Pros: Looks good, 10 - year championship mode, decent 2 - player mode, 12 Dreamcast exclusive tracks
Cons: Difficulty between years is unbalanced, fog and draw - in, may not appeal to everyone, uninspiring music
Excerpt: this game is a good game well worth buying but, it is not as ground breaking as sega rally 1 on the satern. I is a very good arcade conversion but lacks a 60 hertz option and just lackes a bit of flair. if you like raceing games this is a must have game . 2 player is very fun and the speed although a little slowdown appears can be played a lot before becomming boreing. Dreamcast owners should try to find this game cheap online as it has been out a while.
Excerpt: t's arcade racing at its finest, only on Dreamcast. But Rally's not for everyone. Although there are a few problems, arcade-style racing fans can't miss Sega Rally 2. All seventeen tracks are full of variety and feature six graphical themes. Starting with 8 name-brand cars, you earn eleven more as you race. You can make modifications to transmission, steering, tire types, and more.
Excerpt: This game is simply excellent no doubt about it and with it being cheap in Simply Games I recommend it to anyone interested. The graphics are really awe inspiring and all runs well at a steady frame rate. The cars are well modelled also and look exactly like their real life compatriots.
Pros: Great game full stop
Cons: no online play after it was destined to be the first online ganme for the Dc
Excerpt: The Truth is, Sega Rally 2 had a lot to live up to with the brilliant Sega Rally on the Saturn as it's predecessor and promised so much and delivered relatively little. To be fair the game has good graphics, a whole load more cars and tracks than before, and an all new 10 year championship career mode - but it's not good enough. In fact it falls short of expectations by a long way.
Excerpt: Sega Rally 2 is the sequel to one of the sega Saturn’s best games: sega rally. Although a great improvement over the original sega classic it isn’t an amazingly good game, just a quite good game. If you really like racing games though (As I do) then you cant really go very wrong with this game. It has a huge variety of tracks and many modes including a 10 year championship mode.
Excerpt: SEGA Rally 2 is in many wasys a good release with almost arcade perfect graphics, handling and gameplay. Also with extra tracks and cars but this is not enought to save the game from the shoody conversion. Screen bo rders and ever present drop in frame rate as you approach corners mean this game will only be a dissapointment to those who have played the superior arcade version.
Pros: Good graphics, engrosing storyline and intense music
Excerpt: SEGA Rally 2 is in many wasys a good release with almost arcade perfect graphics, handling and gameplay. Also with extra tracks and cars but this is not enought to save the game from the shoody conversion. Screen borders and ever present drop in frame rate as you approach corners mean this game will only be a dissapointment to those who have played the superior arcade version.
Pros: Good graphics, extra tracks, extra cars, extended options .
Excerpt: This game is very good, i enjoyed playing it and it took a long time to finish. The graphics are very good and all the tracks are rendered in real time 3D. This is a game that has been converted from the arcade and is almost identical in every way except that it has extras. It has extra tracks and cars and diffrent options that give the game a better life span such as the 10 year mode. Sega have don it again with another excelent piece of gaming.
Excerpt: Sega rally 2 has a nice selection of different ways to play. You can choose from the original arcade version, with its total of four tracks and simplistic options, to a ten year championship, with all the tracks and options. You can also tune up the car including being able to adjust suspension, brakes, gear ratios, turning speed. The cars look perfect with beautiful aerodynamic curves and some really neat reflection effects.