The introduction of SEGA Rally to the arcades in 1995 had the single biggest impact on the racing genre. Subsequent console rally games concentrated on a realistic simulation of the sport, but their popularity, reflected in sales, steadily dropped over the last decade. Now, SEGA Rally is back and set to reinvigorate the genre with the vital ingredients that many of the modern racers lack – fun, character and beauty, with few rally games able to match its unique and rewarding experience. Rally's dead, long live SEGA Rally.
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Bumper to bumper Rally racing: Close competitive Rally racing with multiple cars on track racing bumper to bumper across Rally inspired environments.
Deformation: Fully deformable environments & surfaces that will ensure no two laps, let alone a race, will be the same.
Speed & adrenaline: Fun, looping tracks, with a wide variety of surface types and vehicles including 4WD, 2WD & Classic vehicles.
A driving fantasy: Set to offer a wonderfully vibrant graphical world, featuring 8 different environments each taking inspiration from exotic locations around the world.
Competition: Advanced AI, multiplayer and online capabilities will ensure a healthy level of competition for all standards of driver.
Immediacy: Arcade accessibility with simulation depth.
Sega Rally Revo is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 1 out of
Terrible Steering, No fun no controlThis game was not fun at all, sliding all over the place and controls were awful with no ability to maneuver care well.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 3 out of
A Decent Off-Road Racer"Sega Rally Revo" is Sega's take on off-road racing. If you're a fan of "Sega Rally 2" that was released on the Dreamcast way back when, you'll find plenty to like here: Liscenced cars, crisp visuals, environmental effects, arcade-style controls, online play, offline split-screen, and of course...insanely difficult CPU opponents. The touchy controls and steep difficulty will turn away many players, but Revo's real fatal flaw is that it's unexceptional: In recent years, we've seen much better off-road games like "Dirt" and "Motorstorm: Pacific Rift". Unlike other arcade racers, such as "Ridge Racer 7", the cars and settings in Revo just don't stand out as much as they should. Honestly, the only way I can recommend it is if you love Sega's arcade games...but for some folks (such as myself), that will be enough reason to buy it.
Date published: 2011-03-11
Rated 4 out of
A Nice Next-Gen Game for Arcade RacersSega Rally Revo is part of the Sega Series, you pretty much know about the Game with the Signature "Game Over, Yeahhhhh!" as it comes back. Normally, it's an old Racer Game for the Next-Gen and is much, much different from other Racing Games. As I recommend this Game for "Arcade" Racers only. It's an easy buy and you can try out the Demo as the Game is really a Fun Arcade Racer.