Sega Rally Championship

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Sega Rally Championship
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Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Release date(s) 1995
Genre Racing game
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: BBFC: not rated
Platform(s) Arcade game, Sega Saturn, Microsoft Windows PC

Sega Rally Championship is a 1995 arcade racing game developed by Sega. It was later ported over to the Sega Saturn and PC ranges.

The unique selling point of Sega Rally was the ability to drive on different surfaces (including asphalt, gravel and mud), with different friction properties, with the car's handling changing accordingly.

Another interesting feature is that the player can enter a "World Championship" mode consisting of three stages (Desert, Forest and Mountain) where their finishing position at the end of one course is carried through to the starting position of the next course. In this mode, it is impossible to reach first place position by the end of the first track, thus the player must try to overtake as many opponent cars as possible on each track (while staying within the time limit), and gain the lead over several tracks. If, at the end of the third round, the player is in first place, they are able to play a fourth secret circuit called "Lakeside" (on the Sega Saturn version, this course may then be played in time attack and split-screen multiplayer modes).

Three cars are featured in the game: the Toyota Celica GT-Four, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale and Lancia Stratos. The Stratos is only unlocked if the extra Lakeside track is completed in first place; then it may be used in any of the game's modes (championship, time attack and split-screen multiplayer).

The developers of the first Colin McRae Rally game have cited Sega Rally as a strong influence.

Sega Rally 2

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Sega Rally Championship 2
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Release date(s) 1998 (arcade), 1999 (Dreamcast)
Genre Racing game
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: BBFC:
Platform(s) Arcade game, Sega Dreamcast, Microsoft Windows PC

A sequel, Sega Rally 2, was developed and released in arcades in 1998, with a Dreamcast version released the following year (soon after the console's European and American launches). The game added many new vehicles, new environment settings for the circuits (including snowy tracks and a course set on an island), as well as including multiple circuits in each environment type (the first game only featured one in each). An updated version of the original game's Desert track was also included.

The Dreamcast version of the game also included the gruelling "10-year championship" mode.

Sega Rally 2005

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Sega Rally 2005
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Release date(s) 2005
Genre Racing game
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: BBFC:
Platform(s) Sony PlayStation 2

Sega Rally 2005 has been announced. It will be released on the Sony PlayStation 2 games console.Template:Cvg-stub fr:Sega Rally ja:セガラリーチャンピオンシップ

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