We've been covering WRC3 extensively here on Team VVV, with our comprehensive video playthrough of every available location effectively dominating our YouTube channel upon its release.
WIth this in mind, we thought we'd cover the Vita version in a similar fashion. WRC3 looks every bit as good on Vita as it does on the consoles, and plays just as well too, so it only seems right to give it some deserving spotlight. Quality driving games were a rare breed in the Vita's early days, but, as both WRC3 and Need for Speed: Most Wanted have proven, the Vita has a lot of untapped potential to deliver console-quality racing games on a handheld system.
So without further ado, here's a round-up of our WRC3 Vita gameplay videos which cover the majority of locations one stage at a time. Bare in mind that the WRC3 on Vita only includes six locations out of the box, though, with three additional locations available as free DLC.
I should also point out that the video lag is not representative of gameplay - blame my crappy camera. And before you mock my less than sterling driving skills on some stages, do bare in mind that it's a tad tricky to film these videos playing on a handheld whilst hunched up behind a camera.
More Vita videos from other driving games will be on their way soon, so stay tuned.
Always feel these sorts of packs are all very,,,meh. But how you can include a Merc in a "Best of British" baffles me, regardless of where it was built. Surely there are better example of British sportscars from the past that can be used? Anyway, microtransactions are the way forward and I like DLC but throw in a track or something, no?
Just need the games room to be sorted...might have to just check this out on a friends setup instead. ;o)
...and less shiny graphics. Not everything in real life looks brand new all the time.
Always like it when a new potential big-hitter arrives on the scene for what is already seen as a market dominated by Forza and GT. Really very interested to see how this looks when its released on console.
You can't help think "next gen" came a year too soon. At least PC gaming will win for the foreseeable...