Colin McRae Rally 2.0 (May 2, 2000 prototype)

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Colin McRae Rally 2.0 (May 2, 2000 prototype)
Build date May 2, 2000
Build name Review
Dump status Released, redump needed
Dumped by Hamm Mann
Released by Hamm Mann
File release date November 30, 2021
Origin CD-R
Ownership Hamm Mann
Game Colin McRae Rally 2.0
System PlayStation
Genre Racing
Final build EU May 10, 2000
US Oct 5, 2000
Release date EU Jul 7, 2000
US Dec 5, 2000
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A review build of Colin McRae Rally 2.0 for the Sony PlayStation (PAL version). Built eight days before the release version.

The available dump in it's current state shows severe corruption in at least the second half, due to the poor condition the source disc is in.

As result it misses:

  • Half of /CMR2/FMV files
  • All /CMR2/SETUP files
  • All /CMR2/SOUNDS files
  • All /CMR2/CARS files
  • All /CMR2/TRACKS files
  • Track 2


The Cutting Room Floor research
  • This build utilizes dongle protection. It has been bypassed, and you can find a download to the crack on The Cutting Room Floor.
  • Some track locations are misplaced.
  • French translation misses some end of lines, making the text overflow from the dialogue boxes.
  • Track name for Finland 9th track was Inari instead of Jamsa.
  • Cheat codes were already implemented in this pre-release version, but some of them differ from the final ones.




File Type Date Size SHA-1
SLES_02605.mdf File 2021-11-30 620.69 MB 3E99B1DF524EA2E25DCD8F5BEDCA406B3928E8E2
SLES_02605.mds File 2021-11-30 332.1 KB BA195F328A3102E124D8B10B695DBEEEBA441879
RRally2disc.jpeg File 2021-12-07 4.73 MB 724052C54B8D0A6273B61C294663C69555D0AE7F


A huge thanks to Hamm Mann that allowed for this release to happen and for researching this prototype!

And an equally larger thanks to juanmv94 for cracking the dongle protection and diving into what's still there.