Telefragged heeft een rally game roundup in elkaar gedraaid met een vergelijking van Rally Masters, Rally Championship 2000 en Sega Rally 2 (met daarnaast nog wat korte info over Rally Racing Simulation en Colin McRae 2). Hier een stukje over RC2000:
On top of that all the tracks present in the game are real! Magnetic Field's wanted to make sure the tracks were recreated as perfect as possible, so they took a digital camera around all the tracks taking as many pictures as humanly possible. Also with the aid of an ordnance survey map the results is that all the tracks will have every bump, turn, rock, tree, fence, gate, building, exactly where it should be. There will be all the road surfaces you would imagine, asphalt, gravel, dirt, mud etc, each with its own set of variables that affect the car handling. Also as all the tracks are real, they are VERY long to boot. For example the track featured in the recently released demo - the Welsh clocaenog (yes that is a real place name), takes around 11-14 minutes to haul your ass around, depending on how good you are that is (my best time is 11mins 53 sec's). All will have various weather conditions too - fog, rain, snow etc, well it would have, it is set in Britain after all! Not only that, like the real rallies you get to race at various times of the day, like night time and dawn. So as you can see, Rally Championship is as varied as Rally Masters in the track department.
Twee screenshots: links Rally Masters en rechts RC2000: