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    I've been reading up on this game and I hear that the single player is supposed to be great.

    However I've been trying to find out more on the multiplayer aspect. I heard that you can race with up to 4 friends simultaneously, however you won't be able to see each other on each individual screen. Is that true?

    Also is there damage in multiplayer mode? The main reason I want this game is mainly for the multiplayer, but if you can't even see or interact with your friends, then I guess I will have to stick w/ Rallisport.

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    First read this thread on the general discussion board......

    http://www.xboxaddict.com/forums/sho...threadid=32642

    And no you can't see your opponents in multiplayer (don't really understand this ) So stick with Rallisport if that's what you're looking for in multiplayer.

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    hey thanks for the reply.

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    Expect fast replies here in the Addict

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    As far as I know, you compete against your friends time; much like real Rallying.

    If there were other cars on the track, it would hinder your time.
    Colin Mcrae 3 is going for absolute realism

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    Originally posted by Carnage
    As far as I know, you compete against your friends time; much like real Rallying.

    If there were other cars on the track, it would hinder your time.
    Colin Mcrae 3 is going for absolute realism
    Which would you rather do though, compete against your friend's time or knock him off a hill into a bunch of trees? They could've made an exception for multiplayer.

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    I'll admit, I had a blast doing just that in Rallisport.
    But wheres the realism?!

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    Originally posted by Carnage
    As far as I know, you compete against your friends time; much like real Rallying.

    If there were other cars on the track, it would hinder your time.
    Colin Mcrae 3 is going for absolute realism
    You are right, real Rallying is done with times, not head to head 'racing'. I think it just makes it that much better, I'll have to try the game.
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    I am going to try and rent it later today.

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    there are no other cars on the track, it you vs the clock, even in mulitplayer, but believe me, the best rally game out there.

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