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WRC6 Review… Part 2: The Cars

In part 1 of my WRC6 review I discussed the “feeling” of WRC6 and whether it captured and portrayed, not just the physics, but also the emotion of rallying. Today I’m going to focus on the cars themselves. I’m going to touch briefly on physics, but since I already covered that in part 1, I’m...

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WRC6 Review… Part 1: The “Feeling”

Admittedly, it has taken me a bit of time to put together a review of WRC6 which came out about 1 month ago. There are a couple of reasons for this. First of all, when I first booted up the game, my aging GPU was not sufficient to run the game on anything better than...

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Auf Wiedersehen VW… Now What?

Right when it seemed that the 2017 WRC “silly season” of contract talks, driver movement, and manufacturer press releases was coming to a close and things looked relatively stable, the last 24 hours have rocked not only the WRC, but the motorsport community as a whole. After a meeting today in Wolfsburg, VW made the...

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Now That’s Better

Two weeks ago I wrote a short piece about how utterly underwhelming the 2016 edition of the Tour de Corse turned out to be. Let’s just be frank… as far as articles go, it was a bit crap… no, it was really crap. It wasn’t very hard to read between the lines and see that the...

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Looking Forward

It’s been awhile… over a month since we last enjoyed World Championship rallying. No, it’s not the longest break that we have had to endure this season, but with Rally China’s demise, we’ve have plenty of time to build up our anticipation for Rally Corsica. Despite this, however, after watching the power stage from Corsica,...

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What A Difference One Year Makes

Over the past few months, I’ve been quietly keeping my eye on WRC6. For awhile, there wasn’t much in the way of preview material that came out, and to be honest, this had me concerned. You might remember that last year I wrote some rather critical comments about Kylotonn Games’ first attempt at a rally...

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A Missed Opportunity

OK, if you read my piece from yesterday, I gave the WRC Promoter some flack for choosing to focus on a manufactured controversy rather than the real and organic drama of ADAC Rally Deutschland. It may sound a bit harsh, but I’m going to call them out again today for missing a fantastic opportunity to...

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Do We Really Need More Whinging?

5.9 seconds. 5.9 seconds are covering the top three after a fantastic day of rallying in the Mosel vineyards and yet, the WRC Promoter still felt the need to goad it’s drivers into whinging about road order to create a sense of buzz and drama. Here’s how it played out. After the first loop of stages, during...

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