Dealspwn: "We've tried our absolute best to muster some form of excitement about Driveclub, but have completely failed to do so.
Best looking weather system I've ever seen. We haven't even see the snow yet or the weather at night. Can't wait to see more preferably on gamersyde.
This is the first time I see where weather effects actually make the game look MORE real and not the opposite!
A realistic weather on an arcade racer not a bad idea.
Why don't you go comment in Xbox articles and talk about their games with your fan base? /s
the weather system is crazy good.
Just another driving game? - Yes that's exactly what it is. a linear course with some scenery and a realistic weather system. Not much more you could really do in a /realistic/ driving game. And I do agree the weather looks great. Hopefully the controls are just as good as the visuals.
"realistic" It's an arcade Racer I hope you know...
That's why I added / / around realistic.
Most people that have played it say the handling is a combination of arcade/sim. If you were German/Irish calling you just Irish would not be an accurate description.
"Not much more you can do", what do I wanna do in a racing game? I don't know, maybe.........race?
That's why graphics matter in a racing game.
I'm so glad this game got delayed. I'm amazed by its beauty
I wouldn't say I'm happy about the delay, but if the delay means the best looking and playing racing game on the market, then it would have been worth it.
Its gonna be an example of the PS4's power, just beautiful!
Its still "just a racing game" but its the technology that makes it stand out.
Change actually with undeniably and rather with damn.
The weather is gorgeous, yes, but if you've actually played the latest build of the game, you'll know Driveclub has a unique feel. The graphics are incredible, but the gameplay is what stood out to me when I played it. Around every corner there's a new event. You're constantly talking to your teammates and figuring out how to help them with each unique challenge. Drift. Draft. Overtake. Gain speed. Take someone out. It's a barrage of interesting, addicting experiences. On top of that, it doesn't control like an arcade or a sim. You can't just Burnout or Ridge Racer your way through these courses. You won't be drifting through every corner, like an arcade game, but you won't be overly cautious like you would in a sim. It's a great combination of realism and fun.
It's nice to hear good things about Driveclub from someone who actually played the game and not some fanboy knocking it without touching the game.
Well said. I can't wait to get my hands on it in October and be enthralled in the experience.
Im npt too fond of arcade games but the graphics look good
I have a monster sitting under my TV. *PS4 growling*
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