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Submitted by ITFGaming 752d ago | review

WRC 3 Review

Bracken Lee-Rudolph from ITF Gaming writes: The sport of rally racing has descended into proverbial obscurity over the past few years, and its gaming equivalents have followed a similar route - the Colin McRae franchise has descended into the DiRT franchise, which is more focused on destruction derbies akin to the FlatOut series, and titles such as MotorStorm tend to follow this trend. This leaves the WRC series, developed by veteran racing gurus, Milestone S.r.l. - an Italian development team whose racing credentials stretch back to 1995, with the release of the original Screamer title. However, does the title, published by Black Bean Games, live up to the incredibly technical and chaotic nature of the sport in question... Or does it swerve off the track, dragging the rally sub-genre into the abyss of destruction derbies and arcade racing? Let's find out! (PC, PS3, WRC 3, Xbox 360) -

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