New (And Muddy) Sega Rally Revo Screens

Sega Rally Revo

Sega has released a batch of screens of Sega Rally Revo, some new and some old, and as you can see, they certainly haven’t cleaned them up at all, either in terms of the mud caking the various cars or in terms of some minor graphical unpleasantries that, it must be said, make this game look somewhat worse than its most direct competitors.

While the mud looks very good (especially on the wheels) and the track deformation we’ve shown earlier is certainly shaping up nicely, the cars themselves look flat, almost cell-shaded; something that fits in well with the simpler graphics of the earlier games but won’t buy this new one any respect among the newest crop of offroad racers.

That said, it’s not really the graphics we’re looking for in this one, rather the fast-paced and wholly unrealistic gameplay that’s been so addictive for so long.

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

Sega Rally Revo

tim.stevens

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2 Comments

  1. I’m hoping it’s just because it’s not finished yet, even games as far back as Colin McRae 2 had environmental reflections and whatnot.

    But as you say, as soon as the mud starts flying and the action gets going no-one is going to care what the cars look like. It just won’t help in advertising the game to the graphics-hungry masses.

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