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Sega Rally Revo (PS3)

Sega Rally Revo (PS3)
alaScore 78

17 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the graphics. Many are less positive about the controls and AI.

graphics

value for money, AI, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sega Rally Revo (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 17 reviews)

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Sega Rally Revo (PlayStation 3)

 

Sega Rally Championship 2 for the Dreamcast was the last time North America saw a release of a Sega Rally game, back in 1999. Now, eight years later, the franchise is back in Sega Rally Revo for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and you may be shocked by...

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SEGA Rally Revo

 

Sega Rally Revo offers plenty of rally-racing content. The meatiest of its five modes is Championship Mode, which is composed of standard point-based races in which players amass points during three-race rounds and advance to the next series based on...

Time Attack online mode ; GeoDeformation a step in the right direction

No out-of-bounds ; Cars feel too similar ; Looks last-gen

There’s some salvation here in the game’s online modes, which take the form of a Time Attack and head-to-head Multiplayer Mode. Of the two, Time Attack is the most compelling, as it lets players go up against the ghosts of players who are at the...

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Sega Rally Revo

 

I gotta' admit, when it comes to racing games that don't involve go-karts, futuristic hover-machines, or a lot of crashing simply for the sake of crashing, it's really hit or miss with me. For the longest time, I didn't see any pattern – I thought I...

Pretty graphics ; Geo-deformation adds a lot of potential to rally racing

Terrible controls ; Presentation is far too simplistic ; Why would you get this if you have Motorstorm

If you have a PS3 and want this kind of experience, get Motorstorm.

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Sega Rally Revo

 

Back in the heyday of gaming arcades ruled and one of the biggest genres happened to be racing. There was hardly a better way to spend a couple of hours and hard-earned (er, allowanced) quarters than sitting down in a machine and hitting the track for...

At the end of the day SEGA Rally Revo just doesn't hold a candle to the big boys. It's not going to take down Motorstorm, Dirt, Project Gotham, Need for Speed, or Gran Turismo; though I suppose it doesn’t have to. What Rally Revo does well is create an...

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SEGA Rally Revo

 

Sega's rally series takes its first laps around the next gen circuit. It's enough to make you shout "Great Arcade Racer MAYBE."

Perfect modernization of a classic racing series; lots of great, licensed cars to drive; awesome visual appeal

Lack of modes, options and customization is startling for the console crowd; rubberband AI can be tiresome

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Sega Rally Revo PS3 Review

 

Sega succeeds in revving up its old arcade rally series with this phenomenal racer that infuses off-road with a dash of drift.

Polished to such a high degree, Sega Rally Revois hard to resist. It is a wonderful mix of off-road rally and arcade drift make is entertaining and challenging. While the reliance on power sliding takes a bit of time to get used to, once mastered it...

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Sega Rally Revo

 

Gorgeous, old-school arcade goodness (warning – patience required).

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Sega Rally Revo Game Review - Playstation 3

 

You're a die hard fan of the series and looking for a decent addition to your collection

Rally racing isn't quite your thing or you want more for your money

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Sega Rally Revo Review for the PS3

 

Say Neigh.

Reminescent of vintage racers; Track deformations

Spare few tracks; No 'rally'; Bombastic voiceover; Odd boundaries

I've always wondered where the phrase “one-trick pony” comes from. In my head, I have always pictured a magic show put on by a herd of ponies, a competition to see which one was the best pony magician, and the poor pony whose master had only one trick...

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Sega Rally Revo

 

"Don't just rip up the track. Tear it a new one." A pretty fitting tagline for Sega Rally Revo. This game isn't your typical racer filled with finesse, it's best described as gritty contact racing. You'll power slide through every turn, checking...

It's a solid arcade racer that is fun to play. It feels shallow compared to other recent racers, but it's still appealing.

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