Sega Rally is the epitome of racing arcade machine. A classic game from the mid 90's, Sega Rally features manual or automatic options and the choice of 2 cars - Toyota and Lancia.
Race your car around the tracks and earn extra time by reaching checkpoints. There are two modes: Practice and Championship. In Practice mode, you race against one car (the computer) by selecting one of three tracks and racing a number of laps. In Championship mode you race an equal number of laps per course and each successive track becomes more difficult.
You compete against 14 other cars that are either computer or player controlled. There is also a View Change button that lets the player choose between two different driving perspectives: behind the car and inside the car. If you place first on the last track, you get to race an extra course. The tracks are as follows: Desert (easy), Forest (medium), Mountain (expert), and Lakeside (extra).
The tracks are based on hard driving rally tracks with sharp turns and loose terrain causing sliding. As the player drives onscreen arrows appears as well as a voice telling the player the severity of the turn.