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Colin McRae Rally 2.0

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Colin McRae Rally 2.0
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A video game for the PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, and Game Boy Advance. Published by Codemasters. The second in a 6-game series.

Release timeline:
7 July 2000 for PlayStation in Europe
5 December 2000 for PlayStation in North America
8 December 2000 for Windows in Europe
13 February 2001 for Windows in North America
4 October 2002 for Game Boy Advance in Europe
8 October 2002 for Game Boy Advance in North America


History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Colin McRae Rally 2.0 page on 24 February 2021, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Colin McRae Rally 2.0 (stylized as colin | mcrae | rally | 2.0) is a racing video game developed and published by Codemasters for PlayStation, Microsoft Windows and Game Boy Advance.

It is the second game in the Colin McRae Rally series, featuring the works-entered cars and rallies of the 2000 World Rally Championship. The game has three difficulty levels, namely Novice, Intermediate and Expert. As with the previous game, Colin McRae Rally 2.0 lets players take part in rallying events set in various special stages across the world, and employs a number of cars featured in the 2000 World Rally Championship, such as the Ford Focus RS WRC and Subaru Impreza GC.

New features include Arcade mode, with direct head-to-head competition against AI drivers or another player, improved graphics with more detailed vehicle models and interiors, and a cleaner and more minimalist menu system, which would be retained for the rest of the series until the release of Dirt 2 in 2009. Nicky Grist, whom at the time was the co-driver for McRae in 2000, reprises his role from the first game, who would remain until the release of Colin McRae: Dirt in 2007; Grist later returned to voice as himself in Dirt 4 in 2017.

The race features a selection of cars featuring engines with a capacity in the region of 2.0, mostly which were in production at the time of the game's release - the Ford Focus, Ford Puma, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI, Peugeot 206, SEAT Cordoba, Subaru Impreza, and Toyota Corolla. A number of cars which had been in production a decade or more earlier are also featured - the Ford Sierra Cosworth and Peugeot 205 T16 from the 1980s, and the Ford Escort MK1, Mini Cooper S and Lancia Stratos from the late 1960s or early 1970s.



Driver Name Codes

The following codes are entered in as the driver name in the New Driver Profile screen.

EffectCode
Aggressive CarsNUTTYNETS
All OptionsLETMEWIN
All TracksGREATNEWS
All CarsALLTHEBUTTONS
Background MusicTURNONTHEICE
Big TiresWHEELYBIG
Bouncy ModeBOINGBOINGBOING
Escort Mk1MORRISMODE
Faster CarsGOFASTERSTRIPES
Fireballs (Arcade Mode)EATTHIS
Ford PumaGARYWILDASS
Lancer RoadEVILEVO
Low GravityBOUNCYBOUNCYBOUNCY
Mini Cooper SMINIME
Mirror TracksWAVEYOURLEFTS
Shining CarsSHINYBUTTONS
Turbo BoostCURRYFORME


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