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Death Rally remains to be an interesting top-down racing game, despite it being a remake. Many of the ideas that it implements to keep the racing engaging and the player focused on the game are all present, allowing it to be an excellent time sink. However, despite its attractive set of customization features, unlockables, and short spurt racing sessions, Death Rally has flaws that... Read Review

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