01-11-2011 03:34 PM
You know, I never thought of it like that. Oh wait, that's because I have a brain.
01-11-2011 03:47 PM
They were also kind enough to allow the option to either play our own music or turn it off.
I actually have a problem if I turn the music off. My speakers seem to feedback and pop if I turn the music completely off or down too low. I can't blame the TV because it has never done it with any other game and I have tried multiple sound settings, it just always pops and crackles if I turn the music completely off while racing. Mostly when I'm slowing down for a turn for some reason.
01-11-2011 03:54 PM
I know none of that made sense, I was very upset at the time maybe just because im not good enough at the game lol i have calmed down now and realized how pointless this little rant was. 2 minor things that do bother me though are 1)it is not realistic damage at all and you cant burnout! Other than that now that i am not pissed of at it I realize how childish i was being, thanks for the comments to smarten me up! will not post again
01-11-2011 04:11 PM
Dude, just relax. Take a deep breath. Okay. Better? The only thing I want to say is that you don't need a specialized car for every race. If you put a little thought into what races you're running, you can get away with using one car for many different types of races. Subarus and Mitsubishi Lancers are great all around cars. The Ford Focus ST is a good all around car with a few upgrades.
The game requires a little fore thought. If you let it unfold you'll see the pieces of the puzzle right in front of you, and how they fit together.