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About the product
- Redefining Rally: High-speed next-gen racing on a wide variety of surface types, all within environments from exotic locations around the world.
- Groundbreaking GeoDeformation™: Proprietary technology creates fully deformable environments and surfaces, ensuring that the race experience changes on every lap.
- Fully-Licensed Vehicles: Customizable 4WD, 2WD and Classic vehicles including the Subaru Impreza, Ford Focus, Audi Quattro, Lancia Stratos and Toyota Celica.
- Competition: Advanced AI plus online and offline multiplayer for up to six people ensure a healthy level of competition for drivers of any standard.
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SEGA Rally® Revo reinvigorates and revolutionizes the genre-defining off-road racing brand with an all-new track deformation system. With this proprietary new technology, players must quickly react to unexpected changes in track conditions on muddy, snow-filled, gravel-covered courses while gunning it at full throttle in their chosen world-renowned, officially licensed rally vehicle. Advanced A.I. pits players against aggressive CPU competitors in the comprehensive single-player campaign, requiring players to dynamically adapt their driving styles. Players will also enjoy heart-pounding rivalry with friends online in a variety of multiplayer split-screen modes for an extremely competitive rally experience.
Top customer reviews
I haven't been this frustrated with a racing game in a long, long time. I've been playing Revo for about 3 weeks now, and I still get destroyed in the very early races of the game. The AI is ruthless, driving on invisible tracks and invulnerable to the wonky physics that dictate my driving. The steering is so loose that it feels like the car is riding on melted butter. It takes a lot of effort and concentration to keep your ride from slamming into every wall along the track (the key is to focus way down the track to keep your car steering in the right direction- you have to stay ahead of it, like its a ship or an airline- not a race car). Even when you figure out how to drive, it buys you a race or two at most. Then the AI kicks in to super-steroid mode and you have no chance of winning. You will end up battling (and I mean battling) just to not end up dead last. I seriously had to restrain myself from slamming my $60.00 controller on the floor. I've already cracked the game's case. I consider myself a mild-tempered person. You have to really irk me off to get me to loose control. This game pulls it off very well. Again. I haven't been this frustrated with a game in a long, long time.
The design flaw that ruins this game is the setup. You are only allowed to race in 3 race segments. You will struggle with one race, and then finally, finally finish first. Now you have to win two more races in order to earn all points and win the championship. There is no way to restart on race two or three. If you finish second (a feat in itself) on race two, it's over. Try again. The lack of a race restart feature (for the current race) totally sucks the enjoyment out of it. It makes this game like one of those NES games way back in the day that was impossible and based all it's replay on being insanely difficult (and thus, somehow worth it). This philosiphy died years ago, and this game should die too. I haven't hated a game I wanted to like so much in a long time. Thanks a lot, Sega.
I've played through both Dirt and Motorstorm. Both are challenging, enjoyable games. If you have to play this game, wait two months and it will be in the bargain bins. I promise.