on 09-01-2010 05:38 AM
on 09-01-2010 07:43 AM
Ridger Racer?.... really?
My memories of the PS3 launch version at least, involved speeding along at 1000 mph and kicking the car into a 990 mph drift around an oval bend repeatedly...
Talk about extremes of genre...
on 11-01-2010 07:18 AM
what pro physics? it is laughable at best. True pro physics would have movement under braking, proper weight transfer and lift off oversteer. Like I said I am a big GT fan, just hope it is nothin like this demo.
It seems like the time trial was the arcade version like the old gt series.
on 11-01-2010 09:12 AM
11-01-2010 11:19 AM - edited 11-01-2010 11:20 AM
Maybe I missed something here, but I don't remember at anytime this being referred to as a GT5 demo... I thought it was GT Academy 2010? hrugs:
Yeah when you install it, it garbles on about being what to expect from GT5, well I remember (oh so long ago now lol) when we all used to argue about the prologue being a "demo" LOL
Still not sure if this classes as a "demo" anyway - its hardly all that entertaining, I had trouble keeping my eyes open after about 10 laps - kinda just droned on for me.... I know its not the idea to be all exciting and all that, after all it is just a comp. I personally would prefer to have seen another HD teaser of the real deal......
And Saiun, a year or more on, and after much more playing and experience, I'll admit I was wrong. There is no doubt in my mind that the vast majority of racing sim players will benefit from a good wheel and pedal setup. I for one have. <puts on (pre-charred) flame suit>
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