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gravy666

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#11 11 years ago

I find that hard to believe. Even the title seems a bit cheesy. Come on, first it was DiRT, and now it's GRiD? How uncreative can they get? :lol: I'll need to play the game for myself until I start believing you. But that's not to say I think DiRT is a bad game.




Badha1rday

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#12 11 years ago
gravy666;4545134I find that hard to believe. Even the title seems a bit cheesy. Come on, first it was DiRT, and now it's GRiD? How uncreative can they get? :lol: I'll need to play the game for myself until I start believing you. But that's not to say I think DiRT is a bad game.

Go ahead and play it. Drifting takes a little getting used to, but once you do, god damn that game is awesome.




random_soldier1337

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#13 11 years ago

Yeah, I'd go with NFSMW and everyone else who says this. But I want to know why does everybody hate NFSC so much? Was it too short? I did notice it was shorter than NFSMW but then what other flaw that was there? I noticed you couldn't go as fast as you could in NFSMW because the streets curved so much and the physics seemed well... a bit more realistic. I mean come on which car could easily make a turn of 45 degrees or more at a speed that is half of a mach-1 (I think. It was something like around 400 Km/h, at least the max speed that I was ever able to achieve). And as for the streets, I doubt that unless it was a high-way, it would be hard to find a straight road without too much traffic that would extend for more than 3-4 Km.




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