Unreleased SEGA Dreamcast port of ‘Colin McRae Rally 2.0’ unearthed


The Dreamcast had quite a bit of cancelled game before it met its erupt end on March 31st, 2001. Some of the popular ‘unreleased’ games that have made it out in the wild include a port of Half-Life and even SEGA-AM2’s Propeller Arena. Looks like we have one more game to add that list, Colin Mcrae Rally 2.0 (the precursor to the DiRT games).

Colin McRae Rally, the first game got a release on both Windows and Playstation; while 2.0 only had a release on Windows. Mcrae Rally 2.0 added more difficultly levels (Novice, Intermediate and Expert), Arcade mode and more. Sadly the port that was unearthed was only 30% complete, but its still pretty cool to see.

You can hear Tomleecee from The Dreamcast Junkyard talk about the unearthed unreleased port.


4 responses to “Unreleased SEGA Dreamcast port of ‘Colin McRae Rally 2.0’ unearthed

  1. segal says:

    Sega’s bussines decision i guess

  2. Chiamera21 says:

    2.0 came to PC as well btw, if it was Sega’s business decision it’s a pretty weird one…

  3. AfroRyan says:

    That’s “abrupt end,” not erupt, but its ending was pretty explosive, admittedly.

  4. hackig.net says:

    This has been really good a thing for me here.

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