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Oh, that's hawt.
It's things like this that I really have a FIT over.
Oh, by the way, went to Taco Bell and had this amazing Punto and beans.
Every turn flows so nicely together. It's almost unreal.
[Don't take this seriously]The only problem is that the event is far too easy.[\Don't take this seriously]
If it's anything like GT5, I'd only find popping wheelstands at 270 mph with the Daihatsu Midget enjoyable for so long before it becomes boring....
#98 because of my historical hatred for said number. Found it easier to embrace it then to ignore it.
Sambabus is great at that too.
Still remains to be my hate to love, love to hate corners.
I think he's asking what are our cars to cruise with.
That would be my Honda Insight, thank you very much.
No, for the RX-7. I don't want to tune it all the way to find out it's far to superior to the other cars in the event.
That said, we all haven't even seen what the standards will look like in GT7. For all we know the worst looking standards are comparable to the...
We need a new poll asking if people prefer graphical quality or game play mechanics.
If each and every one of those 10,000 cars simulated a unique car from the real world, hell to the yeah!
I was saying that each car has their unique feel when being driven.
I primarily do when driving on a wheel. I just hurts when I want to unwind on my DS3 (Which I can only tolerate driving on automatic with) and...
'CHYAH! I want *hic* want standard pixie cars 'cuz of der *hic* une-, una-, 'cuz of der, unique *hic* phisicals.
Alongside of adjusting your transmission, you could also set at what RPMs your car would shift on, not every time you reach the redline.
What of unaltered premium models from GT5 making it to GT7 then?