19.9.2018 09:19 am
V-Rally 4 can be fun, for those who remember this series from back in the day, otherwise it’s a useful litmus test of just how far (or not) nostalgia can take a game.
V-Rally 4 feels like a game that is gloriously out of time in the current generation of gaming platforms. In a world where racing sims like Forza and Gran Turismo seem to dominate, an old-fashioned, straight forward arcade racer feels like something of a throwback. The only arcade racing franchise a Triple A publisher has been producing with any regularity in recent memory is EA’s Need For Speed, and thanks to developers plugging an open-world structure, and unnecessary plot and pay-to-win mechanics into it, the wheels came off that series last year.
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