Reviews and Problems with World Rally Championship 2011
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Need a DiRT Break?
P. Shelton, Amazon
17 June 2013
Summary: I am no fan of the later versions of DiRT that focus more on stunt driving than rallying. This has a fun progression system to the Pros that allows you to own your team. This does play more like the original Colin McCrae games from PS1 as far as car control goes. Its challenging and there is a lot pressure that makes you feel like you accomplished something. Its a great addition to any console gamer who likes racing games. Its a sleeper.
Summary: This was one of the first PS3 games I bought and the graphics are impressive. I was not let down with this game, although it is just another racing game. It is fun to play with and its worth the price too.
Summary: This game on default car set up is a bit like eating cardboard for breakfast by mistake instead of eating muesli. try these set ups and read "Subaru Rally Car Setup by Dave Lapworth" GRAVEL drift car height 8 front spring stiffness 1 rear spring stiffness 7 front compression damper 3 front rebound damper 3 rear compression damper 8 rear rebound damper 8 front anti-roll bar 4 rear anti-roll bar 8 rear downforce 8 max steering lock 10 brake bias 0 handbreak strength 10...
I longed for a comprehensive rally game for the PS3
Marlon Johnson, Amazon
26 March 2013
Summary: A comprehensive rally game for the PS3 was too long in coming. I waited so long for a game like this: just pure adulterated rallying. The only concern i have is that the competition does not seem consistent. For instance, in the Ford R2 challenge i could compete with the AI for times in the first two countries, but after that it seemed like they all evolved to a different and faster class of cars, because no matter how hard I drove, I just could not compete.
Summary: If you are like me you love sim racing games. I particularly love rally racing games. Up to this point the pinnacle of the genre has been the Colin McRae/Dirt series from Codemasters. Sadly that company has concentrated on making arcade experiences. So this is why I bought WRC 2. The game not only gives you extensive stages to race but each stage has its own identity so it feels fresh and not repetitive.