Unlike its predecessor, which drew heavily from Namco's Ridge Racer, Screamer 2 moved towards a rally-oriented style, replacing the 6 high-performance road cars of the previous game with 4 rally cars. It also made much better utilization of 3D graphics cards than the first game.
GameSpot gave it a 7.0 out of 10, praising the graphics, soundtrack and the price, but criticizing the car's physics. Coming Soon Magazine rated it 89/100, praising both the game play and the graphics.
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