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Submitted by Wiiloveit 666d ago | review

Review: WRC 3: FIA World Rally Championship (darkzero)

"I have always enjoyed seeing cars being thrashed around unconventional tracks in the world of rally. I find the sport to be exhilarating to watch, but I also relish videogames that are based on the motorsport. There is something appealing to me about driving a car 100MPH through dirt, rain and snow, over jumps, and sliding around corners on a track that is full of twists and turns. I have played many videogames that try to capture the essence of the sport, all in their own unique ways, be it simulation or arcade. Who remembers great games like Colin McRae Rally 2, Rallisport Challenge 2, Richard Burns Rally and the extremely fun Sega Rally? Each game was a fantastic and different take on the sport. Now we have the third instalment of Milestone’s official World Rally Championship (WRC) series, which has been improving with each version. So, as the saying goes, is the third time the charm?" (darkzero) (PC, WRC 3) 7/10

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