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GTI Club: Rally Côte d'Azur (PlayStation 3)

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Players race classic supermini cars around the tight streets and back alleys of a coastal European city, with multiplayer support for up to eight players.

Players can choose to race on an easy, medium or hard course, made up of different blocked or open roads from the same large city course, with starting location and direction of race also varying. A major feature is the multiple criss-crossing routes through the city available to the player, taking in tight back alleys, tunnels, a multi-storey car park, and even a working train crossing complete with gates and train that will slow the player down if they are unlucky.

In multiplayer there is also a Bomb Tag mode, in which many roads are fenced off to make a smaller arena-style course, with a timer started as the game starts and a player randomly chosen to have the bomb. They must then pass this on to another player by colliding with them. The player who is left with the bomb when the timer runs out, loses.

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1001 Video Games

The Arcade version of GTI Club: Rally Côte d'Azur appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.


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Tommyg (11) added GTI Club: Rally Côte d'Azur (PlayStation 3) on Oct 31, 2011
Other platforms contributed by FatherJack (32483)