Summary: I wanted to love the game but it is totally unplayable in my opinion due to the control. I enjoyed the previous Sega rally games but this one isn't fun. The controls are way too touchy. You just constantly bounce off the invisible barrier on each side of the track while the AI cars effortlessly zip through which makes the game brutally difficult.
Summary: This game is one of those titles from 2007, where the player spends a considerably large amount of time, just looking at the track. I never felt this before in an arcade racing game, for example the alpine track is so authentic and graphically sharp for a 2007 racing game, that I had to get away from the race just to look around. even now in 2014 this counts as good enough graphics.
Summary: This game is in my humble opinion is probably one of the best rally racing games ever made. The feel or the game is more of an arcade feel for it. But that is somewhat synonymous to Sega racing game developing. I would not consider this game if you enjoy more of the real sim type of game like Gran Turismo and the likes. But for enjoying some down time on the weekends this game is fantastic.
Summary: Good and bad. First if you are looking for a rally sim click the back button because this is not it.... The game is fun the cars and environments are well designed blasting down dirt roads with dirt flying in your face is fun and this game has well designed cars and environments. The problem is you start ever SINGLE RACE IN DEAD LAST. Meaning you have to pass every other car in the race to win.
Summary: I love rally games and this one didn't disappoint. It's an arcade Sega Rally game for the 360, and it's exactly that. It has nice graphics with very good mud physics, perhaps the best I've seen in a race game! the game lacks depth though.
Summary: Sega Rally is initially fun but after only a couple of hours you feel like you've seen everything that's worth seeing and all that's left is the long grind to unlock everything which I didn't really want to do. It can be fun with friends but even then it gets boring after a few races. The mechanics of the game work really well though its just not that fun.
Summary: Sega Rally was one of those iconic games that drew players into video arcades for years after it was released. Revo is a revamped version which retains the essential fun arcade feel of the original with updated graphics that still retain the original look. For younger players Revo may not appeal when compared to the more visually appealing offerings in the racer market. Even still its a pure arcade racer and competes very well as one.