on 07-04-2012 04:23 AM
I agree. I've avoided the game for long periods a few times now. But you know, I feel like it has made me a better racer. It actually makes me relearn certain things, go back and re-examine certain tracks, and break(more like forget) bad habits.
07-04-2012 05:13 AM - edited 07-04-2012 05:14 AM
on 07-04-2012 05:41 AM
on 07-04-2012 09:22 AM
I actually feel it's quite easy to pick up the controls even after a long break, if you're playing on a familiar track. However for a while my eyes can't keep up and the game "feels weird". I can't make any quick steering manouvres or I WILL go flying off track.
on 09-04-2012 06:01 PM
Some of you mentioned how it made you better after taking time off. I wouldn't have thought it would make me better, but it is SOOO true! Some bad habits broke, started drifting in certain tough areas where I usually never did before, maneuvering through those areas cleanly. Amazing! Beat some of my best lap times: Under 50 seconds on Gridlock River, under 35 seconds on Dire Cliffs. Time off is a good thing in the long run.
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