SEGA Rally: Revo

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Racing
Publisher: SEGA
Developer: SEGA

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'SEGA Rally Revo' (ALL) - 18 New Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 12, 2007 @ 4:34 a.m. PDT

SEGA Rally: Revo will set a new benchmark in its genre with a high-tempo driving experience that will challenge the racing skills both on and off-road, with revolutionary dynamically deformable terrain, proprietary next-generation graphics, bone-jarringly realistic physics, and competitive bumper-to-bumper racing.

SEGA Rally Revo is the new benchmark in next-gen off-road racing, turning every lap into a new experience. Experience truly deformable tracks for the first time, using proprietary GeoDeformation™ technology. Bumper-to-bumper races in single-player and multiplayer modes on a constantly changing track surface, using fully customizable licensed cars. The genre-defining SEGA Rally arcade brand sets a new off-road racing benchmark with SEGA Rally Revo, made possible by the processing power of next-generation platforms.

Key Features:

  • GeoDeformation – a unique feature which dynamically changes the course during each lap with revolutionary surface & environment deformation.
  • Vehicles – over 30 in total across 4WD, 2WD, Classic and Bonus types, most with three variants each (Road, Rally & All Terrain).
  • Environments – wide range of hyper-realistic next-generation deformable environments including Safari, Artic, Canyon and Lakeside.
  • Tracks – a range of off-road and on-road tracks, with a variety of surface types and creative track designs.
  • Multiplayer – speedy online and offline multiplayer modes for up to six people.
  • Action-Oriented Arcade Heritage – in contrast to other simulation-themed rally racers, SEGA Rally Revo features action-oriented next-gen arcade racing unlike any other game.

 


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