There are four modes of play for one player in V-Rally 2, including Arcade, Rally Championship, V-Rally Trophy and Time Trial, which are all excellent. Where the fun starts is in the multi-player option--although this should really be played on a large screen. There are 26 cars to choose from, a garage in which to customise them and 84 tracks of which there's over 450 km of road to race.Like Sega Rally 2, it has the feel of an arcade game--rather than crashing off the side you will actually roll over, rally style--which makes it that bit trickier. However, once you've mastered the control, which doesn't take too long for rally enthusiasts, V-Rally 2 becomes a highly entertaining game to play. What's more, the graphics are amazing--the panoramic mountain views, golden sunsets, or driving rain really add to the whole experience. A must-have for those wanting a great fun, arcade style rally game whilst those looking for realistic simulation, try Rally Masters on the PC.