Reviews and Problems with WRC: FIA World Rally Championship
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5 October 2013
Summary: I am a die hard WRC fan stuck here in the states. I have played the Dirt games but they just don't have enough actual rally courses in them. They keep going back to the stadium events, which are alright but they get old rather quick. This on the other hand... OUTSTANDING! I feel like I have actually been in a race though after playing this though. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is a die hard rally fan like myself.
Summary: This is a very good racer. Bear in mind I have 120+ hours of all Dirt games combined, all of which I liked very much. The graphics in this game are not as good as the later Dirt titles, more like the first DIRT, but the longer stages and rally only racing make it worth it for me. After 1 one race of 3-4 stages of 4+ minutes each, I actually felt like I had been in a race. Also worthy of note, is that anyone thinking of getting this in the US, it does work!
Summary: One night a week I will take a shower, but I missed it last week because I was so caught up in this game. It's better than all the Dirt games combined. My grandma was pretty ticked at me as that night as well due to the fact that my friends were utilizing the wheel chair ramp she uses to get into into her trailer for our BMX bike jumps. We have a competition next week at the skate park we are training for.
Summary: I was unsure as to how deep this game would be after seeing some reviews giving it low scores. I love the dirt games but hated Dirt 3 for being so X-gamey. WRC 2 is strictly rally driving. No stadium lame Gymkana crap making do pointless circles. Just off road racing on 78 of the world's tracks. Great control and damage models on the cars. The garage side of the game blew me away.
Summary: Inmagin that you are doing about 130kph in a WRC spec rally car and you co
driver quickly informs you that you have a very tight right hairpin corner,
coming up pretty fast. What do you do- Well if you are just an averige driver
like me, you would prbibly wouldnt make the car and be in a nasty accident.
Summary: I've started late on driving games what with the pressures of real life, but have got into them over the last year. Hence, I'm no expert, but I know a rotten game when I play one. After clocking Dirt, I went into town to look for Dirt 2 (I like playing games in sequence), but they didn't have it so I bought WRC2. This game was made 4 years after dirt, yet by the graphics you'd think it was made 6 years before it. I'm talking Ps 2 territory here....
Summary: Yeah yeah Dirt this, Dirt that, those games were gash. I know, its not the BEST game as far as graphics is concerned, but at least the thing drives similarly to a car! I quite liked it in general. Good price nowadays and there is endless stuff to challenge you... my only real gripe is.... I dont want to hire the staff!! I want to drive! I cant hire staff using a steering wheel!
Summary: I like this game, as soon as I started, I found the Xbox racing controls quite easy to grasp, and the 'rewind' feature if you have a crash is very useful at times! The game has different classes of car you can unlock, as well as building a team by picking your staff, paying them from your winnings, and a championship that you have to work your way up in.
Summary: I'm pretty disappointed with this game. The stages are pretty much exactly the same as in WRC 1. The worst thing though is the co-driver. The comments he makes seriously undermine my enjoyment of the game as they are so utterly vacuous. If the game is meant to be a simulation, why is such an idiot sitting alongside me? No co-driver would ever say 'slow down' to his driver, nor would he regularly berate him for being too slow or crashing.