V-Rally 3 (2006)
V-Rally 3 is a 2002 rally racing video game, developed by Eden Games and published by Infogrames, released under the Atari brand name. It is the third game in the V-Rally series and the sequel of V-Rally 2.
The game focuses on the unique career mode, where the player races against bots in various rallies across an endless number of seasons, ultimately trying to become the champion.
Alternatively, the game offers a quick race mode, where the player can play time attacks on the stages provided by the game or compete in one of the five different challenges it offers.
The game features 24 tracks and 20 official vehicles from the 2000 to 2002 World Rally Championship and the 2001-2002 Super 1600 Junior World Rally Championship, including the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII Group A, the Subaru Impreza WRC '01, Toyota Corolla WRC, and (The game's "flagship" car) 2000 Peugeot 206 WRC. There are four unlockable vehicles, which can be unlocked once the player has achieved a goal (like claiming the 2,0 L Championship).