The framerate is the killer for me. Back in the day I couldn't tell you whether a game was running at 60 or 20 fps or 10 fps. After moving into the PC sphere where 60 is considered the minimum and getting used to how that looks, Sega Rally 2's wildly unstable framerate is very distracting.
Now, one thing to mention is that the game can be made to run at a constant 30 which you can get used to and is better than having it jump around.
I want to like this game, but I would honestly take Sega Rally 1 on Saturn any day.
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