Excerpt: Whether through the absence of a cockpit and pedals, or a failure to fully replicate the rush of speed, SEGA's racing legends Outrun and SEGA Rally have never quite managed to repeat their arcade counterparts' heroics on home consoles.
Sega Rally PS3 - One of the finest racers in years!
17 July 2010
Excerpt: The Sega Rally series has long been providing petrol heads and casual gamers alike with quality titles usually found on Segas own systems. Since Sega quit the hardware market and began producing games across multi platforms previous series which have long been neglected were revived and thankfully...
Excerpt: Whether through the absence of a cockpit and pedals, or a failure to fully replicate the rush of speed, SEGA’s racing legends Outrun and SEGA Rally have never quite managed to repeat their arcade counterparts’ heroics on home consoles.
Pros: Sound handling, strong visuals, great cars, arcade accessibility
Cons: Shallow, lack of excitement, rubbish external view
Summary: they say its better than motorstorm but i beg to differ as i think motorstorm knocks sega rally for six.i`ve played both games and the graphics in both are a ok but sega rally lacks the excitement you get from motorstorm.
Summary: There are positive and negative points to this game. Positive: - The race locations are brilliant - Graphics stunning including excellent reaction when driving through water Negative: - Steering can be a bit of a problem on a double bend - If you hit the grass or the side, the car tends to slow...
Summary: Initially this is a very enjoyable game with excellent graphics and decent cars. The tracks are challenging and the deformation technology adds variety (and really shows off the power of the PS3).
Summary: when i first started this game it was good. But after a couple of race its started to get boring like most racing games. The grafics are pretty good but its unrealistic the way u keep crashin into things and their is no damage to the car.
Summary: Everything in there for the racer you may want... except the sixaxis avoid using the sixaxis controls like the plague - between me and two other gamers (they actually do it for a living) we ALL found them a nightmare to use.
Summary: I initially played this on the PC, and while the 720p visuals on the PS3 aren't hugely worse than the PC version, there is the occasional and irritating framerate hitch. Gameplay-wise, there's little to seperate the two versions - it's a surprisingly difficult title in places, which is fine...