WRC 3: FIA World Rally Championship, не смотря на неоднозначность почти по всем критериям, по которым оценивают качество игры, может занять вас на вечерок другой, но не более.
И если отвлечься от основных моментов, то WRC 3 явно опять не дотянула, если не стала еще хуже. Посмотри разработчики на слегка унылый опыт предыдущих работ, это заставило бы их нанять команду, проработав все от низов, но нет, они решили сделать упор на персонажа, скопировав недавние попытки Codemasters.
It's not a brand-new game but it certainly gives that feeling; WRC3 has lots of content to offer with a bunch of new additions to the gameplay's core. It's a good choice for rally-lovers and fans of the genre.
There's really not much wrong with WRC 3. The controls are fine, cars are varied and the different game types and courses make for an interesting rally experience. The audiovisual presentation isn't of the same level though, which results in a lack of sensation in the gameplay. It also gets bogged down by some irritating mistakes.
Official Xbox Magazine UK
Without any visible reinvention or revolution, WRC 3 is left looking embarrassingly dated. The WRC license has been recreated with impressive accuracy, and there's a serviceable sim underneath the awkward handling, but the entire package is painfully weak compared to its competition. If this is rally, feel free to count us out
Handling aside, the biggest problem WRC 3 presents is that it doesn't feel like it has any new ideas.
Overall it seems for everything good WRC 3 has, there are three or four bad things. It's not the easiest game to pick up and play and it certainly isn't that fun. Serious fans of rally sport will probably enjoy this game, purely because of their love for the sport. As for the rest of us, there's plenty other games around which your time would be better spent playing.