Everybody Plays: There’s something distinctly unnerving about rally games. For starters, everything tends to feel just that little bit... lonely. The tracks you’re racing around are effectively ghost towns, with buildings but no people, bar a few odd fans waiting round the corners. Most of the time, the only real company you’ve got, bar the disembodied voice of your co-pilot barking out the direction of corners as you approach them, is that of an unusually rigid cow, observing from a distance in a nearby field. Without any of the pomp and circumstance of the other games – or, indeed, even any other cars or you to sabotage/use as a makeshift brake as you approach the corners, these games put a pressure on you like no other – it’s just you, your car, and the road out there, and no-one in front to guide you.