Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 18, 2008
Alone in the Dark: Inferno is a reworked and enhanced version of the 2008 game Alone in the Dark. The most notable changes for this version are:* Full 360 degree camera control in third-person view; * Fine-tuned controls; * More intuitive inventory system; * More additional on-screen tips; * Spectral Vision tuning; * Improved car dynamics and handling; * 59th Street level tuning; * a new action sequence in Episode 6 revealing a previously unseen enemy.
Sony Playstation - Released - February 29, 2000
Porsche fans, start your salivating! Electronic Arts' latest installment in the Need for Speed series is a proud tribute to that great, sleek beast. Porsche Unleashed feautures a total of 70 different models, from the original 1948 356 No. 1 to the 2000 996 Porsche Turbo. Explore three deep modes of gameplay, including Evolution mode, Quick Race and Factory Driver. Hardcore Porsche fanatics can even check out the Video Showcase for some narrated clips of Porsches in action. The Evolution mode lets you start at the beginning: 1948, when the first generation of Porsches were ripping up the highways of the postwar world. Start off by purchasing your first Porsche, then trade it in for more, newer, and better models after earning cash purses by winning races. After completing the tournaments in each time period within Evolution mode, you'll advance forward through time to the next generation of Porsches, until arriving at the year 2000's models. The Quick Race mode includes three sub-modes: Chase, Race, and Time Battle. Chase mode puts you in the Porsche of your choice in hot pursuit by the law. Finish the round without getting caught and win. The multi-player option in Chase mode allows you to choose to be the hunter or the hunted. Race mode is just that: an old-school rally race that pits your car against either computer adversaries, or up to three of your best "friends." Time Battle allots you a certain amount of time to complete each lap on a track. When one car finishes a lap, the clock begins to count down faster for each of the dust-eaters behind it until completing the lap themselves. Factory Driver is a unique mission-based mode in which you work your way through the ranks of the company by accepting test-driving missions from the higher-ups. After completing each mission, you receive a promotion and a tougher challenge for the next round. If you're one of those rabid Porsche fanatics that yearns to get behind the wheel of every Porsche ever built, Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed might be as close as any normal civilian can get to that unique experience.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 1999
V-Rally 2 is a game based on the world of rally racing. Here precision-driving skill is most important. In each car there are two people, a driver and a navigator. There are 84 races to compete in with tracks all across the world. If that's not enough for you, create your own tracks with the all-new Track Editor. V-Rally 2 features 16 different cars, ranging from Toyotas to Mitsubishis and everything in between. In the Arcade mode, four competitors compete in a race against the clock. The V-Rally Trophy mode consists of three different track groups (Euro Trophy, World Trophy, and Expert Trophy) and you must attempt to collect all of the shiny pieces of metal. Championship mode is where eight competitors battle to win the title of European Champion, World Champion, or Expert. Each driver faces the clock and then the top six drivers earn points. At the end of the final round, the racer with the most points wins the championship.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - July 2, 2000
Test your driving skills in this rally game. You can compete in three different game modes: Arcade, Championship and Time Trial. In the Championship mode you race against three other cars in various countries. Gain points in order to win the Championship. In the Arcade mode you still race against three other cars, but also against the clock. Finish each race before the time runs out, and come in first to win the Arcade mode. You can choose between Easy (4 races), Medium (6 races) and Difficult (8 races). If you just want to race by yourself you can try the Time Trial mode. There are 11 different cars available. They are divided into two groups: 2W and 4W drive. The 4W cars are faster than the normal cars.
Windows - September 29, 2000
V-Rally 2 is a rally racing video game and the sequel to V-Rally. It was succeeded by V-Rally 3. The PlayStation version is known in Europe as V-Rally 2: Championship Edition and in North America as Need for Speed: V-Rally 2. The Dreamcast and Windows versions are known in Europe as V-Rally 2: Expert Edition and in North America, Dreamcast Version Known as Test Drive: V-Rally.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 26, 2003
V-Rally 3 is a 2002 rally racing video game, developed by Eden Games. It's the third game in the V-Rally series and the sequel of V-Rally 2. The game focuses on the unique career mode, where the player races against bots in various rallies across an endless number of seasons, ultimately trying to become the champion. Alternatively, the game offers a quick race mode, where the player can play time attacks on the stages provided by the game or compete in one of the five different challenges it offers. The game features 24 tracks and 20 official vehicles, including the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII, the Subaru Impreza WRX '01 and (the game's "flagship" car) Peugeot 206 WRC. There are four unlockable vehicles, which can be unlocked once the player has achieved a goal (like claiming the 2,0 L Championship).
Microsoft Xbox - Released - March 24, 2003
The rally racing series is back, with more drivers, cars and tracks than in the preceding games. Players can choose from a variety of game modes including rally racing in V-Rally Mode, time runs in Time Attack mode or time limited challenge runs in Challenge Mode, the last two also being available for up two four players taking turns in multiplayer mode. But the main goal is to defeat every racer on the rally circuit and become champion. The better players are and the further they get the more cars and tracks can be unlocked. In all, there are 80 drivers (six being actual rally drivers), 48 tracks (across six countries), and 20 cars for players to beat and unlock. There are two titles to earn - the 1.6 liter 2WD championship, and the 2 liter 4WD championship. Players can view the race from inside the car or behind it as they scream through snow, rain, fog, dirt, gravel and over jumps at different times of day and night as they try to become the best rally racer on the planet.
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 7, 1998
Racing insanity! Over 40 original tracks, 11 official World Rally Championship cars, tracks in 8 worldwide locations, realistic race physics and smooth car handling, diverse terrain such as jungles, canyons, deserts, mountains and more, unstable weather patterns like rain, fog, snow and cloudy. Adjust car performance characteristics to suit varied road conditions. Bonus and hidden cars and tracks to unlock!
Windows - Released - August 31, 1999
This game offers you to race through 8 countries using one of the 12 official cars from the World Rally Championship. Each track has its own course conditions, so you will eventually have to use your skills in snow, mud, rain, gravel... V-Rally: Edition 99 is an updated version of the original V-Rally. Based on the 1998 World Rally Championship. It features several improvements including revised physics engine for better vehicle feel and control, the Toyota Corolla WRC, and redesigned menus. It also included enhanced graphics, including 3Dfx support on Windows.