- United Kingdom
It's been amazing so far! Fun to drive, nimble and nippy, good fuel economy (despite only having a 37 liter fuel tank) and it's got everything you need from the get go (adaptive cruise control, front collision warning system, high beam assist, lane keeping assist, full LED headlights, rear view camera, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, etc.). Plus, it's fairly practical as well.How is it? I'm toying with the idea of getting a second car and for me it's down to a new Swift, a medium old Swift Sport or an older Fiat Panda 100hp.
Aside from GT4, this game spent the most time in my PS2 in my youth.So this arrived today!
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I always felt like it had the best mod support of any game in the entire series and having played the PS2 version a lot lately and then learning more about this version and finding one for a decent price, I finally decided to get it after years of considering it. Planning on making some mods for it someday and I am looking forward to seeing how this version plays.
I didn't play this game quite as much as other NFS titles in my youth, but I have been pouring a lot more time into it the past month or so. I think the one game that spent the most time in my PS2, and by extension, any game I've ever had, was Star Wars Battlefront II.Aside from GT4, this game spent the most time in my PS2 in my youth.
If you apply it properly it can also potentially cause nerve damage pretty quickly, which does not matter much when you need it to stop life threatening bleeding. It does however suck if you are dumb and try it out on yourself full power when you don't need it just to see how it works - like some people on the internet doI mention it because it’s the one thing I didn’t know myself when I did first aid training last weekend.