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Game #2016
Toyota Celica GT Rally  
Sport   Racing

Rating: 6.93 (59 votes)

Toyota Celica GT Rally box cover

Toyota Celica GT Rally screenshot
Despite endorsement from one of the world's leading auto makers, Toyota Celica GT Rally is still a pretty poor rally racing game. The partly 3D, partly bitmapped graphics looks okay, and I also noticed nice PC speaker music, which actually sounds better than the ADLIB one. But other than these bells and whistles, Toyota GT Rally doesn't have much to boast in the gameplay department. Car handling is decent, but the serious lack of consideration for real-world physics means that it feels more like you're driving a rocket (or, say, a hovercraft) than a car. The tracks are uninspiring, and the tournaments are too easy to beat-- just hold down the accelerate key for as long as you can. Not recommended at all, unless you're a die-hard racing fan who must own every game in the genre ;)

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Astros
Publisher: Gremlin
Year: 1992
Software Copyright: Astros
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Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Vette!, Lamborghini: American Challenge, Car & Driver

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