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This is definitely not a game you should buy if you're going to take it all in and not really interact with anything. There's plenty to do in the single player, though, and one of the many side activities in the game is to go online and race each other. This way you can race with the same car as someone else, or race a different car. These online races feel much more like the real thing than the in-game racing. They'll even let you race with different cars, or even different versions of the same car.
The races have all of the basics of a traditional game of this type. You select a track, pick your car, and you go. The points you get from finishing races are a nice addition. It might be a touch too simplistic for those looking for a full simulation of a rally event, but then again, this is not a simulation. It doesn't even have a full career mode. But, you can change the order of the events in the career mode, and it does offer a few more event types than you'll find in most games of this type.
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The only thing I have to complain about is the lack of a full release-ready soundtrack. Because of that, when you play the game, you'll hear some music that is not the actual in-game soundtrack, which is a bit disappointing. If you're not sure what I'm talking about, try to find if there is a patch for the soundtrack in the Steam workshop.
Buy it now! The SNES system for which this was made has been out of production for years, but if you want to get the most out of this excellent racing game, you can't go wrong with the import version. 827ec27edc