Published on 30th November 2010 by
Particularly as watching a procession of cars make their way around a track isn’t overly interesting, as Formula One consistently proves.
Originally Posted by Spanky
Why cant these guys make a SIM for SIM racers rather than somthing that your granny can pick up christmas day and win her first race? Why do they do this! I desperatly want a sim that looks like this and drives and feels as good as it looks, the compatition... the fight.. none of these things seem preasent.
Originally Posted by xaser04
The problem with them making a proper sim is that they could end up alienating casual gamers who want a racing game that *feels* like a sim but at the end of the day is just a game.
Unfortunately for those who want a pure Sim the casual market is far bigger and thus thats where the money is.
Originally Posted by memerootwhats the damage like? are there realy higher levels?
Originally Posted by Spanky ... calling it a 'real driving simulator' is a tad OTT, in fact its not even bloody close.
Originally Posted by NikolsReinstalled F1 2010 yesterday and played Melbourne on a wet race. After restarting it about 15 times to try and make it out of the first lap with my nose cone or not spinning out on a slippery curb I finally got my virgin car in the zone and thus ensued the race of my life against sutill. For 3 laps we were neck and neck with inches between us. With zero visibility i was hunting down my braking markers as missing one could mean a spin or trip to the gravel. He was faster on the straight but i had him in turns 11 and 12. In the end I finally beat him to 10th. Never before have I got such an adrenaline rush from scoring 1 point in a race.... Think I'll pass and keep playing F1!
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