04-04-2011 10:24 AM - edited 04-04-2011 10:26 AM
I have an idea that will be both awesome and raise alot of funds for relief efforts in Japan.
Gran Turismo is made in Japan yes? Then you should help!
There is a racing complex in the Fukushima prefecture called Ebisu circuit. It has 7 different tracks including a mountain pass track and 2 skid pans at the complex.
Would you be able to create this complex and allow players to access all of these tracks?
Of course this could be too much for development, I've got no idea how much work this would be..
Put up a price to download and give some of each purchase to the tsunami and earthquake stricken regions in Japan. I'm sure many users would want Ebisu!
This is a local driving through the earthquake damaged complex which I retrieved from Nori Yaro blog.
It would be a cool feature to be able to drive through the complex to the different tracks. It would feel very real!
Being able to race at the circuit online would create a pretty awesome online atmosphere too!
So Help Japan!
on 18-04-2011 12:26 AM
Please,when finishing a race or event in the seasonal events lets go back to a "sub menu" instead of all the way back to the homepage,its just dumb when you finish a race for example and instead of chosing the next race you get plonked back to the home page.
Would be easily patched Im sure.
on 19-04-2011 07:16 AM
I see lots asking for brake upgrades,is it necessary though ? Yet to find a car thats brakes are so bad that its un-raceable or had me wishing for better brakes ?
As more have pointed out that being able to change the wheels on a standard car is of more importance as wheels make or break any car (looks wise) and so many standards have really gay wheels, yet you can paint the car any colour but still have to have those gay looking wheels.
The old GT i used to play on PS2 had so many wheel options/manufactorers yet this game has very limted choices and only on premium cars,and this i do hate.
Looks "can" be everythihing in a "car based game",regardless of performance.
on 20-04-2011 08:33 AM
yes. it is necassary. it exists in real life and is somewhat popular throughout car racing games. fair point though. why don't polyphony people introduces both features? now thats an idea. and oh yeah. no offence, but gay wheels? i think you mean biblically and catastrophically unappealing wheels compared to what could easily be. point taken.
on 20-04-2011 01:48 PM
on 21-04-2011 01:02 AM
Agreed Stomp,the wheels will always be gay to me.
I dont mind the brake upgrade option if it would make a vast difference,the old muscle cars which are really heavy cars and normally equiped with drum brakes at least on the rear, brake no differently to a lightweight Japanese car with 4 wheel discs and ABS,thats the point i was making.
on 24-04-2011 11:46 AM
on the topic of brakes, brake fade, where is it. In the real world brakes wear out like tyres do, cant beleave you can do any enduro without brake wear. (clutch wear would be cool as well)
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