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Posted 02 January 2009 - 09:31 AM

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#2 mrandrei

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 05:11 PM

Cool! But the graphics aren't that great.

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:22 PM

Graphics are pretty poor but not surprising given the games system requirements are "Windows XP or Vista, Mouse, Keyboard and a Desire to Drive Insanely Fast!" Does not look like much engineering went into it. I would expect that lack of polish in a freeware game but not one costing $30!

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 01:44 PM

dude that game looks like its a throw back to the days of the 2mb video cards and windows 3.1.1

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Posted 29 March 2009 - 07:33 AM

I prefer good gameplay and realistic physics to graphics candy anyway.

That's why the Wii grabbed so much market share on units with superior graphics horsepower.

That said, it's hard to beat Grand Prix II or Grand Prix Legends (viper racing is the same as GPL) for realistic driving but there are newer games in GTLand GTR which have better graphics and sweet multiplayer options.

If you like good gameplay and airplanes, I recommend Warbirds Freehost which is ...........well..........free because some russian developers got ahold of the code and are now hosting arenas full of people itching to shoot you down in a WWII plane.

It's run on an older version but that's the only price you pay since it is free.

If you think you will take off in a mustang and own, you are sadly mistaken as the mustang is only the top performer at super high altitudes and speeds and you just don't find many opponents who want to spend 15 minutes to climb that high.

Come on over and receive some pepperidge if you dare.

You do need a stick to fly and I recommend a "twisty stick" because the twisting is for rudder action.

A good entry level stick was the top gun fox pro but it seems to have been discontinued but.......the more generic thrustmaster "usb joystick" looks much like it and probably costs less.

It takes a bit of installation mojo and learning curve but I'm still playing it 10 years later while Grand Theft Auto and all the other Xbox games sit collecting dust.




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