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Colin McRae Rally 2.0
6.9 out of 10

Colin McRae Rally 2.0

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Overall 4
Gameplay 8
Lastability 6

Big racing comes to the handheld world.

LeckyT, Ciao
11 February 2004
  • Excerpt: I'm a big fan of Codemasters and the Colin McRae Rally intellectual property. Nonetheless, I'll say from the outset that this game, on this console, is a disappointment at first sight. THE GAME For those not acquainted with the genre, you take control of one of a variety of cars, and race around tracks on surfaces from tarmac to snow, and in varying conditions.
  • Pros: It's from Codemasters, so you know the handling will be spot on .
  • Cons: Enormous difficulty gap between levels .
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Overall 10

Colin has outdone himself on this one....

Spacko, amazon.co.uk
9 October 2003
  • Summary: This is a great game. I failed numerous subjects at uni as a result of playing the first installment on the PS1. When I bought a GBA, the first game I bought was Colin McRae Rally 2.0. I wasn't expecting much from a handheld, but I was pleasantly surprised. All the features from the PS are there, including commentary, all the cars, bonus cars and special stages. It has a great single-console multiplayer mode where you take it in turns to do a stage.
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Overall 10


matt goodwin, amazon.co.uk
1 October 2003
  • Summary: What a game! This game tests the gba to it's limits and succeeds without a question of a doubt. If you like a serious racing game rather than a platform charachter sitting in a slow as hell go kart then go no further. There are loads of cars to choose from and when a rally is won loads to unlock too keeping you coming back for more.
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Overall 8

The best rally effort yet on GBA

Willie Dynamite "willie_dynamite", amazon.co.uk
5 December 2002
  • Summary: If you're a rally fan then you've probably already picked up either V-Rally 3 or GT Advance 2 for your GBA, both of which beat McRae out of the gate a few months ago. And how many handheld rally games do you need to own, really? Well 'more than one' would seem to be the answer because Colin Mcrae 2.0 is the pick of the bunch so far in terms of raw gameplay and lasting appeal.
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