Inside Sim Racing goes over part one of their GT5 preview / review and which FFB wheels work best for this simulation racer from Polphony Digital.
Complaining about damage? Really!? Guess they never got to level 40
i dont know who bring this BS of the Damage at Level 40... want to see a fast damage? use an WRC
btw nice review(well, ..first part of the review), great to see peoples who REALLY enjoy racing games doing what it should be done instead of the shitty 2 minutes "reviews" made the some "credibles" gaming medias ...when the reviewers stopped playing it after level 4.....then they gave a 6/10 "but but but...wheres my arcade game feeling?!?? BWAAAAAAAAH!!!" AND...stop at 3:55 .....it was cold in the studio...or she REALLY like that sterring wheel? ;D bewbs...FUCK YEAH!
Actually, I find it a quite fair review. I don't agree with ALL of it, but I find it quite funny (and actually logical) to see some simulation experts actually praise some aspects that many outlets whined endlessly about. Lots of socks though :P
@zootang: you might want to tell them to re-try some of the cars once they unlock damage
full damage is unlocked at level 40. anyway pretty very fair review can't wait for more.
what's with the disagrees?
don't mind the disagrees lol.
Fanatic wheels are amazing. Best wheel i have ever used.
Agreed. I have 2 of them with Club Sport Pedals and just ordered a GT2. It's by far the best wheel I have used and according to the guys at Inside Sim Racing, the best wheel for GT5.
Damn just ordered a g27.
Why does aesthetic damage get processed into simulation rating? Why not mechanical damage which was recently added via a small patch for online. For aesthetic purposes alone who cares how realistic the cars bend. If that's the case then put Burnout Paradise on there and damage would be a 5/5.
It would score overall lower though, cause it would lose points in other categories. Its about overall score, not one category. The same way iracing got a zero for Ai because it has none but got top marks for physics cause its the most realistic physics engine ever made
Now that's a review and is not even completed. Jessica is hot. Oh and that Justin guy in the used cars store needs to get more cars more quickly.
This video review failed... Yes, you can paint the cars! go to tuning...and paint the car, buy rims, race modifications, etc...
When they say skins, they mean as in race liveries. Race teams do not paint their cars orange or red and just leave it. there are sponsor logos, driver names, numbers etc. Even amateur racing like spec miata and ferrari challenge. ALL cars have race liveries, not just a plain colour with nothing on the car, not even a number.
MmaFanQc ....tu es une honte pour le quebec!!! imbecile!
you mad? bet you are a seperatist.
At 35:30 they actually ADMIRE the "thud" sounds a LOT of people are complaining about! -End of Line
anyone else notice that GT5 looked better than any other game in their intro?
that's not really a big feat. The intro displays some quite fugly graphics, overall :D
Ow, lol Bubbs for the laugh! Also, did you notice that the guy said in the review that GT5 looked better than any racing game he's seen, even on the PC? That was a powerful statement.
Might sound powerful, but it's simply true. While PC gaming overally beats the PS3 by quite a chunk graphics-wise, it doesn't for racing. Most mass-appeal PC racing semi-sims don't shine graphics-wise, and actual hardcore sims shine even less because all the focus/resources are placed on physics. Even Test Drive Unlimited 2, that looks stunning on trailers, looks quite drab in comparison to GT5 on the actual screen (I played the beta, mind you, it's still a lot of fun). Sims like iRacing on the other hand are great physics-wise, and really enjoyable, but they'll make your eyes bleed.
I kept wondering what Justin they were talking about none of the human characters have names. I didn't realize they meant "Just in" Lol old people are funny.
funny thing, if you have your PS3 set up as british english instead of american english, it'll just say "new" instead of "just in".
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