In its brief two years, Dreamcast managed to rack up quite the impressive list of racing games. Sega Rally, Daytona, Metropolis Street Racer (which became Project Gotham), Sega GT, San Francisco Rush 2049… we could go on. But if we had to choose just one to promote, one that likely rolled right on past your radar, we’d go with V-Rally.
Most of the other racing options were exaggerated (Rush) or lined with pavement, and Sega Rally was arguably popular enough to gain an off-road following. V-Rally, meanwhile, offered 80 courses, a notable metal soundtrack and expertly tuned handling for era-appropriate authenticity without a great deal of fanfare surrounding it.
Current value: Good news! No one cares about this anymore, so a decently preserved copy will only set you back $5-10