I half expected this game to be a shallow vanity project, but it's got more substance than that. The number of tracks and the career structure expose you to more content than most rally titles, even if the racing itself isn't tight enough to compete with the top dogs.
It's a disappointment, and something of a shame. Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo could have been the game that finally did justice to the considerable talents of Milestone, a studio whose passion has often helped smooth over the budgetary shortcomings. It ends up as something of a muddle, though, and can't quite justify its own existence. A serviceable rally game can't quite cut it when we're in the presence of one of the all-time greats.