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Discussion in 'Console & PC Gaming' started by Slapped, May 26, 2019.
aahhh this game.., old good times
Oh yea for sure. Its satisfying when you start picking it up.
The dev team added a new and closer camera view:
There's Power Drive 2000, but it's stuck in development hell unfortunately
Group 4 trailer
I recently played Absolute Drift (on PS4) and had a ton of fun, even though it was very difficult to get the hang of. I feel like I would enjoy this more even though it honestly looks just as difficult as the drift game. Hoping for a console release.
Group B van says hi!
Any idea why is there a VW Van in Group B? I did notice they have the mid engined Audi Quattro (das hammer v3 in trailer) that was built in secrecy: https://rallygroupbshrine.org/group...-b-proto-audi-sport-quattro-rs002-gr-s-proto/
There are a number of highly favourable reviews coming in - Recommended by Eurogamer:
9/10 from God is a Geek
And even a perfect score (10/10) from Vulgar Knight
New Group S cars trailer released:
Car list for Group S:
- das eibenhammer (Audi Sport Quattro Gruppe S)
- the rotary s7 (Mazda RX7S)
- the umibozu (Toyota 222D)
- il gorilla e1 (Lancia ECV1)
- le 504 (Peugeot 405 T16)
- il gorilla e2 (Lancia ECV2)
- das superbaus (Opel Kadett E 4S)
- the t22 (Lada EVA S-Proto)
Launch trailer released too:
Out now on Steam. Just finished my download.
Just had a ten-minute blast with it and its great.
Just finished getting all the collectibles in the first free-roam area it starts you in. Game feels great and is absolutely beautiful. Time to get into some actual events.
This game would make a great screenshot generator
Haven't played a rally game in a while so I'm pretty bad at this The times to beat on the normal AI difficulty in the career are pretty forgiving though. Probably go back to free-roam levels for a bit and just enjoy the music while I try to get better at driving.
cars handling sure feels a lot better and less twitchy compared to the demo I tried months ago. I'm having a lot of fun with it and it looks pretty good even on low-medium settings.
I'm utterly loving this.
The more I play it, the more it feels like Dirt Rally game stripped to its core functionalities. It is such a joy to play and the cars feel so light and playful - it almost reminds me of Beam.NG.
There are also other little I appreciate such as the cheering when you unlock a new car and the reminder to service your car at service stations. The little details are so well thought out!
My very quick initial thoughts
Looking forward to a possible console release. Read that Absolute Drift was ported to consoles a year after initial PC release.
Bjorn retired because what?
The handling in this game is - frankly - sublime. Honestly, I am blown away. I didn’t like Funselektor’s first game, this feels like a genuine gem of an arcade racer with the underbelly of simulation underneath to a certain degree. I was absolutely not interested right up until I purchased it, top down racers don’t tend to do it for me outside of the king (Micro Machines). art of rally very much does, and with spectacle too.
The game is a lot of fun. And I agree with @Brend and others who have put forth similar observations regarding the handling model: it's not "arcade". To me it feels a bit like Milestone's Gravel: simple but intuitive, fun and believable. The game smacks of an odd (yet successful) mix of fantasy and reality.
What is the gamepad configuration and/or button assignments?
There you go, you can edit it as you want as well.
I’m surprised by the depth of the control scheme. Man I need to get this game off my mind until console release, lol.
I really hope this comes to Xbox. Really want to play it.
First game I've got on my PC* for ages, and it really is a lot of fun. I'm playing it on low settings and it still looks great. The humour in the reasons why the "AI" retired is a hoot too, as I've seen "pigeon in cockpit" and "hungover" given as reasons.
* It is just above the minimum requirements.