SEGA Rally PC demo alive

Churning up keyboard turf.

Those of you wondering whether you want to buy SEGA Rally on PC can now test-drive it in a new demo.

It will cost you about 554MB in space, and give you a chance to ride recklessly around a muddy garden in a car for a while.

On your way around the shrubbery you will probably like to notice the new physics SEGA has been boasting about. This futuristic concept makes your wheels churn up the surface as you skid and slide around it.

It was one of the reasons we gave it such a high mark when we reviewed it a couple of weeks ago, heralding its return as bloody good fun.

Cruise past our SEGA Rally review to find out more.

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