We take a look at DRIVECLUB, a racer that continually gives more reasons to stay with the race.
I've been waiting to get this. I saw the early reviews saying the game had problems. Is it all good now?
It's been all good for months. Get the season pass, it'll basically quadruple the size of the game instantly.
@Ron_Danger Best Season Pass ever. Not only did they say before the game released what we will get, but as you said, the amount of content from cars, to liveries, trophies and tour modes has made the Season Pass the only one I can think off, where the content far out weighs the price of the Season Pass, which is a very rare thing if at all a thing.
I'm pretty sure the season pass was 25% of the final retail value (aka 75% off) of all the content. If you are able to get the game for $20-30 (or whatever other equivalent in your local currency) with the season pass you'll be getting one hell of a deal well under the original launch price. For the amount of content, even if you bought it at the original launch price with the pass it is still a great deal.
It plays as good as it looks, if you want an very indepth review that covers everything the game has to offer read this http://www.teamvvv.com/en/n... Team VVV are car game nuts.
I bought it at launch and even then the reviews didn't do the game justice. This game is possibly the best arcade racer this gen with the best graphics, sound and weather. If you liked Grid, Project Gotham Racing, Metropolis Street Racer, then this game is a must buy!
best racing game of this gen in respective genre.
this game has been a dud since it released last october,this site still posts 2 driveclub articles a day. is the track count over 20 yet? are the car counts over 100? Does it offer import cars? Is the a.i still very dumb and basically does what ever is needed to stay on the line including hitting you cause you to get a penalty? All these updates but nothing for the people who got psn based on getting this game for free. f driveclub.
WHO got PS+(not PSN, not PSN+) specifically and ONLY for this game?
"this game has been a dud since it released last october" False. No need to read further.
That's why you have one bubble lol. Nobody listen to him this game is great and very fun to play.
It's sure beautiful, but does it run online now? Haven't touched it in months.
http://n4g.com/comments/red... http://n4g.com/comments/red... http://n4g.com/news/1690474... You submitted this article. At what point do people realize you're just trolling this game? When will people open their damn eyes?
The game runs perfectly online, aside from the times where a patch is up and the severs are go down for that (which has only been a couple times in the last 3 months).
Shepard is that you ?
I recently went back to this to break up the monotony of PCars on the PC. Online is still a crash fest. Needless to say I don't feel like it has improved or matured as a legit racing game.
It was never meant to be "legit" in comparison to the likes of Forza, Project Cars, or Gran Turismo (i.e. a sim). It's was always supposed to be more of an arcade experience with slightly tuned driving physics.
I didn't compare it to any of those games and I never said it was supposed to be like them. My opinion would be the same if it was the only racing game on the planet. It does somethings right but a lot of things wrong.
This wasn't an attack on you or your opinion. However, I (and maybe incorrectly) assumed that your use of the phrase "legit racing game" and the mention of playing PCars on PC was a comparison of sorts. In the end, I agree that it does some things wrong. But, I think that it has a really solid basis and as it stands is an above average game.
I'm honestly surprised after coming into this post to see so many positive comments about the game. Everything I've been hearing was saying it was poorly received and lacked features. Glad someone is out there enjoying it I guess.
The "features" that it lacks are in comparison to racing sims. However, for what it is (more of an arcade experience akin to a next gen Motostorm than Gran Turismo) it gets the job done. It's a pretty and fun game. It's just NOT a sim. There's no tuning or extensive customization. There's just a fun racing engine.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seemed to me that they kind of advertised it as a sim though. If the game isn't trying to be a sim, they certainly fooled me with their marketing. Like I said, i'm glad people are having fun, I don't want any game to suck, I'm just surprised to find a pocket of such enthusiastic praise as I've seen very little of it elsewhere.
I don't think it was advertised as a sim. It was tagged as a new, club experience...but not a sim. The devs said that over and over. What you probably remember was the endless back and forth on N4G about whether or not it could compare to a sim like Forza. At any rate, as you said, it's good to have people who like the game. It shows a lot of promise for a series...especially the engine. Not only is it gorgeous, but apparently it's pretty flexible as well. Here's hoping for a Motostorm using it.
I would absolutely love a new Motorstorm, though it's probably unlikely.
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