Colin McRae Rally 04 is a racing game released in 2003 by Codemasters Software Company Limited. The game was released for PC (Windows), PlayStation and XBox.
Colin McRae Rally is the fourth installment of a great racing game, valued by many players and fans of the cycle. It has many advantages that distinguish it from previous parts. The most important is the very good representation of the realities of car rallies. The driving model is very refined. Some even say it's close to perfection. The cars behave on the route very realistically, and in addition the camera system has been enriched with a new view. New, licensed rally car models have also been added to the game, which diversify the gameplay. The game includes Subaru Impreza, Ford Focus, Mitsubishi Lancer, Ford Puma, Fiat Punto and many more including Class B and historic vehicles. In the new part we will also find better textures and new animations. The graphics have been definitely improved. Other systems such as damage system or gaining upgrades have also been improved. An additional flavor is the ability to play with other players in the multiplayer mode, which allows you to compete with people from around the world and show your skills. This part of Colin owes its perfection to the fans of the series, whose tips and suggestions for changes were listened to by the game developers and used in a new installment. So you can be tempted to say that it is the players who made it so good.
Install notes: After unpacking the archive, run cmr4_x32.reg (for 32-bit systems) or cmr4_64.reg (for 64-bit systems). Set the compatibility mode for Windows XP. If you have problems with graphics, copy the D3D9.dll file from the dgVooDoo package to the place where you unpacked the game.
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