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Colin Mcrae Rally 2005

As with previous games in the series, Colin McRae Rally 2005 is presented as a realistic rally simulation, with players participating in rallies consisting of 70 stages spread over nine countries. There are over 30 cars available. There is also a revised graphics and damage engine that enables paint scratches on the car, and a new 'career' mode where the player starts out in the lower club leagues and works their way up to compete with Colin McRae in his 2004 Dakar Rally Nissan Pick-Up. In 'Championship' mode the player takes the role of Colin himself competing in six rallies using any 4WD car. The game's graphic engine allows for more realistic damage effects, like broken glass and doors falling off, and a blurred vision effect if the player comes into contact with a hard object. The damage system has similarities to the Destruction Derby one, as a damaged radiator will stall the car, and make it need to restart the engine. A slight level of customization is the ability to put your name and nationality on the window.

Colin Mcrae Rally 2005


Adjustments are critical given the dangerous nature of the driving, and McRae 2005 offers plenty of customization. As not to leave non-rally fans out, the explanations for each change and why its necessary is always present. These are clear and understood, and make this portion of the game enjoyable. You're under a time constraint, so ensuring you use the one-hour (in game time) properly becomes another layer to the game, and this all before you start driving.

It only takes a matter of minutes to understand how the controls work. A few changes to the default control scheme may be needed with the hand brakes out of place. After that, you'll forget you're using a d-pad. A sense of speed is something not usually associated with rally racing. On those straight-aways though, McRae 2005 delivers. You'll know if you're going to fast without looking at the speedometer, and those approaching curves can be terrifying. Crashing reveals extensive damage modeling on the vehicles, and yes, it does affect control if it's bad enough. You'll feel a little extra pull from the weather too, impressive physics from such a tiny system.

Tomorrow, September 24th, Colin McRae Rally 2005 takes a five-right onto the high street and hits the stores for PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. PC gamers can get ahead of the game and race their mates right now with the downloadable multiplayer PC demo, available from

Get ready for Colin McRae Rally 2005, the game that accelerates the champion in rally gaming, ahead of the full game's launch tomorrow with the new PC multiplayer demo now available from 041b061a72


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