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SEGA Rally Online Arcade Interview

Posted on Monday, March 14 @ 18:15:13 PST by Blake_Morse
As an old, old man who grew up playing racers in arcades, I can really appreciate the fact that SEGA is bringing their classic rally game to the home consoles and adding online functionality to it. I've never been a gear head, so things like Gran Turismo have always been lost on me, but put me in something that handles like a video game instead of trying to recreate real-life physics and I can keep up with the best of them.

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