The physics, sense of speed, handling and graphics are dazzling, top-notch effects that rocket this game to the top of the heap, in those regards. On the other hand, the sheer lack of game modes is disturbing.
A must have for die-hard rally enthusiasts who enjoy the feel of a real driving simulation. Its lack of extra features will alienate casual racing fans, but the game is designed for gamers who appreciate the true racing feel that CMR3 brings to the Xbox.
It would appear the true fans, a small niche of the general gaming population, will truly appreciate it. But when it comes to sheer variety, an easier learning curve and exotic game modes, Id pop in something else other than Rally 3.
Its handling, damage system, and realistic feel [are] untouchable, without ever allowing it to get in the way of being a fun game. If it werent for the lacklustre visuals, this would get an even more enthusiastic response.
Updated, upgraded, and pushed into the new generation. With a large amount of tracks, addictive and absorbing gameplay this is the perfect game for fans of Rally...period. Just don't expect your Xbox to break a sweat.