Sega Rally originated as an arcade game back in 1995 that became known for its graphics, handling and close racing. After its success, it then made its way to various home platforms in the years that followed and I remember many hours were spent playing the PC version at the time.
It basically defined the rally genre where many games then followed, however in the last 5 years, it’s been quite a lean time for Sega Rally fans, so when I was invited down to London to a special Sega Rally 2007 Preview Session for bloggers, I could hardly turn down that kind of opportunity and here’s what I learnt from the session.
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