Lost In Translation/Sega Rally 2 - Sega Rally Championship

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Sega Rally 2
Sega Rally Championship
Sega Rally 2 marquee.
No screen shot.
Sega Rally 2 control panel.
Manufacturer Sega
Released 1998
Control
Method
Paddle
Pedal
8 Button(s)
Main CPU PPC603 (@ 166.000 MHz)
68000 (@ 12.000 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
(2x) SCSP
Video
Details
Raster (Horizontal)
496 x 384 pixels
60.00 Hz
65,536 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 40 ROMs
151,650,304 bytes (144.63 MiB)
MAME ID srally2

About The Game

Sega Rally 2 - Sega Rally Championship is a 3-D arcade video driving game.

Trivia

Sega Rally 2 serves 1,000,000 polygons per second, three time faster than "Sega Rally Championship".

Soundtrack releases :

  • Saga Rally Championship 2 Original Soundtrack [Marvelous Entertainment (MMV) - MJCA-00017 - Apr 1, 1998]

Tips and tricks

Extra Cars From "Sega Rally Championship"

After the machine is installed and run for more than 30 days & 100 games played, press the Select button and pull the Handbrake at the same time on car selection screen, then you'll see the Lancia Delta & Toyota Celica slide into the screen from left.

Time Difference Mode

Press the Select button and pull the Handbrake at the same time after name entry, hold it until the game start, then you will be playing the game in 'Time Difference Mode'.

Score Attack Mode

After the machine is installed and run for more than 30 days & 100 games played, choose Championship mode, in stage 4 'Riviera' there's 2 hairpin corners, knock down 2 pylons from left to right after the second hairpin in the first lap, then in the second lap you should see an entrance opened on your left hand side after the second hairpin corner. Go inside and have fun! (an extra 30 seconds is added to your game).

No Handicap For Linked Game

All players need to step on the brake to choose course when playing linked games. Release brake when the game starts.

Name Change

The following is a list of initials and what they change to :

Initials Change to
SEX SEC
XXX AMB
XX SEC
X M.A
YU AM2 (Yu Suzuki of AM2)

Name Change Extra

Name change extra works in a similar way, only having typed the relevant initials an actual name is displayed on the car instead of the entered initials, examples are :

Initials Change to
SAS Sasaki
MAS Masaki
POO Some Japanese characters

No Music

After you have entered your initials, press Start and hold until game starts. Note : some machines may have the music turned off by default.

Series

  1. Sega Rally Championship (1995)
  2. Sega Rally 2 - Sega Rally Championship (1998)
  3. Sega Rally 2006 (2006, PS2) (Asia only)
  4. Sega Rally Revo (2007, PS3, XBOX360, PC, PS2, PSP)

Staff

Sound Composer
Tatsuhiko Fuyuno
Jun Senoue
Low Dogs
Tetsuya Yamamoto
Kenji Iino
Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

Cabinet and Artwork

Ports

Consoles 
Sega Dreamcast (1999)
Computers 
PC [MS Windows 9x, CD-ROM] (2000)

Soundtrack Releases

Album Name Catalogue No. Released Publisher Comments
SEGAROCK VOL.01 WWCE-31034[1] 2004-06-09 Wave Master Entertainment CD version.
SEGAROCKS Live in Japan WWCE-31069/B[2] 2004-12-15 Wave Master Entertainment CD version.
SEGA Racing Best MJCA-00043[3] 1999-03-03 Marvelous Entertainment CD version.
Segacon -The Best of Sega Game Music- Vol.1 SVWC-7092~4[4] 2001-10-24 SME Visual Works 3 CD version.
Sega Rally 2 Re-Arrange Album another entries PCCG-00520[5] 1999-12-17 Pony Canyon, Inc. CD version.
Sega Rally 2 MJCA-00017[6] 1998-04-01 Marvelous Entertainment CD version.
Jun Senoue The Works WWCE-31211[7] 2009-10-21 Wavemaster Entertainment CD version.

References

The contents of this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.