Roaring rally car engines, a slightly nasal-sounding navigator and all of the usual sound effects you'd expect. WRC 6's audio is fine.
Something of an improvement over its predecessor, WRC 6's car models are superb and the environments are often quite pretty. Not a bad looking racer, all in all.
Handling is perfectly solid, but incredibly unforgiving. Clearly Kylotonn has opted to go for the hardcore rally fans this year, and in doing so, have left the more casual racing player, like me, behind. I had very little fun playing WRC 6.
The usual Career Mode, single-player Quick Race options and Custom Championship are all present and correct, while the addition of split-screen multiplayer and the Hot Seat mode are nice touches. However, trying to get a game online is virtually impossible. Presentation is pretty slick, though.
An uninspired, boring list that's far too big a grind thanks to the 'Legend' objective. Rolling your car, jumping into a lake or totalling your car is about as interesting as it gets, which is saying something.