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Submitted by burnedsap 516d ago | review

Colin McRae Rally Mac

Colin McRae Rally Mac is the equivalent of Colin McRae Rally 2005 by Codemasters and has been ported over to the Mac by Feral Interactive. Even though this game is now quite old, Feral Interactive knowingly, or mistakenly ported one of the best rally games of all time. Paying homage to the Colin McRae, the game menu is subtle and stylish, and you can choose any one of the different game modes. Career, single rally events, or just rally stages, the choice is yours. Once you choose your car and stage, the player can make car setup changes, and you do have to be smart, as the setup can win you the rally, or trash your car. (Casual games, Codemasters, Culture, Dev, Industry, PC, PS2, PSP) 4.5/5

zme-ul  +   516d ago
oh man, I wish CodeMasters to make more old style CMR games, not these X-games crap
NVIDIAGeek  +   516d ago
Amen.
Perjoss  +   515d ago
Richard Burns rally was fantastic...

http://www.youtube.com/watc...

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