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Japanese game developer (PD), so its understandable that they favour Japanese cars, simples ;)
I think people hate Nordschleife because it's either too difficult to get a clean lap :grumpy:, or its too easy :dopey:
:idea: Go easy on the throttle, TCS is a lot slower.
Dupe cars, rubber band grind using x2011 on Indy :)
Stick on sport hard tyres and get back to me ;)
Big difference! You need a stable/sturdy set-up to mount i.e. DFGT and it's a completely new experience. Buying a wheel is definitely worth it!
Its a special track, has a lot of history, and just unique compared to all others ;)
more real/fictional tracks
a leaderboard system for different classes of cars
No, you might want to clear your cache in the options menu...
I doubt PD have forgot about carbon hoods and rims for standard cars, I'm sure it must've crossed their minds, but I think their prioritising...
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If GT5 was easier to level up then I wouldn't mind it, but I highly doubt I'll ever get to level 40.
It is very easy to lose a lot of time on Nordschleife, little mistakes could lose you 1-2 seconds a sector without even noticing it, this widens...
Maybe in a future update, day night racing on spa would be legendary ;)
Yes, rivals mode in GT5 would be epic. I prefer online racing to offline hotlapping, unless it's practice for a race, then it's practice mode with...
Beautiful! I remember this from GT2 correct me if I'm wrong....
I'm the same, can't remember dropping under 8 million ;)
1) Buy any car that has a loose rear end ;)
2) Tune it up a bit
3) Stick some sports soft tyres on
4) Go to Nurburgring 24hr time change
R35 for sure, its the most up to date, so I'm guessing it should be the "better".