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Posted: Mar 1, 2024 @ 07:28 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Mar 1, 2024 @ 07:31 pm GMT-0600
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Lone developer, Sakis Rogkas, has been teasing his PSX-style rally game for a while over on X (Twitter) and finally announced today that he has created a Steam page for the game. If you want to re-live the glory days of Colin McRae Rally check out the screenshots, trailer and description below – and hit wishlist on Steam!


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Current Steam description:

A nostalgic racing game that combines the charm of classic retro style visuals with the thrill of international rally competitions.

Old School Rally features fast-paced, arcade-style gameplay, with emphasis on driving skill and high-speed maneuvers.

Carefully crafted retro style visuals, reminiscent of the late ’90s rally games evoking a sense of nostalgia and charm, making it a must-play for everyone.

With a variety of rally tracks from around the globe, race across different surfaces inducing dirt, tarmac and snow and challenge your driving skills.

Choose from a diverse lineup of rally cars inspired by the legends of the past, each with unique characteristics and features.

The game will evolve over time so your feedback is very important. Feel free to submit your comments in the game’s community page.

Developed by a solo developer with passion about the classic 3D rally games, trying to fill a gap that is missing from modern rally games.

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