Sega kindly sent us a commercial version of Sega Rally on Xbox 360, and I quickly turned on the recorders to bring you the ten first minutes of the game, in 720p as usual.
The video features four races, with as many different tracks. Concerning the game itself, I appreciate the old-school arcade feeling, the speed of the races and the terrain deformation which really adds to the sensations, but not so much the physics of the car, a bit tame when you've played Colin Mc Rae: Dirt, and the 30fps framerate when you'd expect the double. Anyway, Sega Rally is a very enjoyable game, fast, easy to play and as colorful as a holiday postcard. Arcade players should love it as I do, flaws or not :)
@droezelke: They were playing without coms at a local event. That's not really surprising. Watch Xfactor's "squad up" BF4 videos w/ Jack, Matimio, and LevelCap. Every BF has squad play. (19 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: Someone like him, who is pretty amazing at BF, is expected to at least show it. (29 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: No, that's not what the article claimed. It noticed that the system is in place to encourage squad play, but isn't being used. If you look at Jackfrags videos, he also plays lone wolf (30 minutes ago)
Now. If someone had been playing BFV with their entire clan and complained that the games design prevented teamwork...that would be something I'd maybe worry about. (45 minutes ago)