Sega Rally Championship
Sega is hard at work translating Sega Rally, their rough-and-tumble arcade racer. Using the visual effects of the Sega Saturn system, players can experience the off-road thrills of the coin-op. There are three tracks to tempt the daring.
Sega Rally will be ready around Christmas, and promises to hold true to the original game in terms of strategy. Special effects like drifting around turns and being able to drive on the shoulders make SR an effective translation.
While the graphics aren't final yet, the engine and car movements are. There will also be additions to the Sega Saturn, like something called a Family Mode.
Download Sega Rally Championship
PC compatible, P-200
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
One of the most anticipated racing titles since Daytona is burning rubber in the arcades and soon it will be available on the Sega Saturn.
If fast-action racing games are what you enjoy, then Sega Rally Championship has plenty of high-speed driving excitement. It's a direct port of the highly acclaimed arcade racer.
Sega Rally features an Arcade Mode, a Practice Mode, a Championship Mode and a Racing Mode. You can even make some technical changes to your car's setup to make your car faster on the various terrains on which you are required to race. There are three different courses: a desert course, a forest mountain course. There are four different viewpoints that you can race from: inside the car, outside the car and two other Daytona-like views of the racecourse, allowing you to see where your opponents are. This game is much smoother than Daytona.
This is the way that Daytona should have been done. This game is a keeper and Saturn owners will be burning rubber to get their hands on this incredible racing game.
MANUFACTURER - SEGA
THEME - Racing
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1
When Sega Rally first appeared in the arcades, there were few people who did not admit to being totally under its spell. Superb, in-yer-face graphics coupled with super-slidey realistic handling made it the driving game of choice for boy racers across the country. Unfortunately, a fair bit was lost in the PC conversion, and the general consensus was that it was better suited to the arcades than it was to the PC screen. Screamer Rally and Colin McRae Rally have more to offer in the long term, and even if you want a quick half-hour blast in your lunch break or want to use it as a post-pub reaction tester, you'd be better off buying the budget version of Screamer instead.