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V-Rally Developer(s) Eden Studios Publisher(s) Infogrames Electronic Arts Platform(s) PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Color, Nintendo 64 Release date(s) July 1997 (PS) (Europe)[1] September 30, 1997 (PS) (NA)[2] August 31, 1999 (N64, WIN)[3][4] Genre(s) Racing Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer Rating(s) ESRB: K-A Kids to Adults In game screenshot V-Rally (also known as Need for Speed: V-Rally in North America[5]) is a 1997 rally racing video game, developed by Eden Studios for the PlayStation and published by Infogrames. The budget Platinum re-release of the PlayStation version added support for DualShock controllers. Contents 1 Symbian UIQ version 2 V-Rally Edition '99 2.1 Game Boy Color version 3 Game play 3.1 Tracks 3.2 Cars 4 References and notes 5 External links // Symbian UIQ version There was a Symbian UIQ version designed for mobile phone such as Sony Ericsson P910/P900/P800. It includes 11 configurable cars, 13 tracks of the 1997 FIA World Rally Championship season. V-Rally Edition '99 V-Rally Edition '99, a Nintendo 64, PC port of the game, was released in 1999, offering slightly improved graphics and menus. Includes all cars and tracks of the 1998 FIA World Rally Championship. Game Boy Color version It includes 20 stages in 10 worldwide locations. Game play Unlike other rally games available at the time, such as Colin Macrae Rally, V-Rally allowed two players to race directly against one another, rather than against the clock, in a split screen mode. Tracks In both games, players can race in 10 locations: Indonesia - has seven stages - jungle setting England - has six stages - forest setting Safari (Kenya) - has six stages - desert setting Corsica (France) - has six stages - lakeside setting Spain - has six stages - beach setting New Zealand - has seven stages - country setting French Alps (Monaco) - has seven stages - mountain setting Sweden - has five stages - snow setting Cars The game includes 11 official World Rally Championship cars, with 4 from WRC and 7 from Formula 2 Kit Cars. They include: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV - A8 Subaru Impreza WRC - A8 Toyota Corolla WRC - A8 Nissan Almera - A7 Skoda Felicia - A6 Ford Escort WRC - A8 Citroën Saxo - A6 Renault Megane - A7 Peugeot 106 - A6 Peugeot 306 - A7 Seat Ibiza - A7 Cars in the V-Rally Edition '99 are the following: Subaru Impreza Toyota Corolla Ford Escort Mitsubishi Lancer Peugeot 306 Maxi Citroën Xsara Renault Megane Seat Ibiza Hyundai Coupe Skoda Octavia Nissan Almera and the Extra Cars are: Ford Escort V-Rally edition Lancia Stratos Toyota Celica Lancia Delta References and notes ^ V-Rally at GameSpot. URL retrieved on August 18, 2006. ^ Need for Speed: V-Rally at GameSpot. URL retrieved on June 22, 2006. ^ V-Rally Edition '99 (N64) at GameSpot. URL retrieved on June 22, 2006. ^ V-Rally Edition '99 (WIN) at GameSpot. URL retrieved on June 22, 2006. ^ The North American release of the game is tagged with an additional "Need for Speed" prefix after Electronic Arts acquired the rights to publish the game in the United States in order to help sales of the game, due to the fact that rally racing held little support in the U.S.[citation needed] The game was not originally intended to be part of the Need for Speed series; neither the game's development was done by Electronic Arts Canada (which at the time was the primary developer of the Need for Speed series), nor was it developed in as association with Electronic Arts in any way. The Need for Speed prefix was reused for the North American release of V-Rally 2 and dropped in V-Rally 3. External links Infogrames page Need for Speed: V-Rally at MobyGames V-Rally Edition '99 at MobyGames Need for Speed: V-Rally at GameSpot Need for Speed: V-Rally review at IGN v • d • e Need for Speed Classic era The Need for Speed (1994) · Need for Speed II (1997) · Hot Pursuit (1998) · High Stakes (1999) · Porsche Unleashed (2000) · Motor City Online (2001) · Hot Pursuit 2 (2002) Second era Underground (2003) · Underground 2 (2004) · Most Wanted (2005) · Carbon (2006) · ProStreet (2007) · Undercover (2008) Current Shift (2009) · Nitro (2009) · World (2010) · Hot Pursuit (2010) · Shift 2: Unleashed (2011) Branded V-Rally (1997) · V-Rally 2 (1999) Related articles List of Need for Speed video games · Future Need for Speed titles Book:Need for Speed series · Category:Need for Speed · Portal:Video games This rally car racing video game article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e