dpuff wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 02, 2017 5:00 am
People still buy need for speed games??!?!? They need to rethink their strategy, go full sim-open world. I know they can.
I'm waiting for the first game that actually can, and has a big enough map to not get bored.
Nfs2015's map size is a minimum size for me to even consider buying it.
Was pumped when news came out about Speed Elixir, but that has gone silent...
When you tune a car in NFS2015 around 25% towards drift setup it is closer to sim racing
then even The Crew is, so NFS isn't that bad.
Only version i hated was NFS Rivals witch lacked wheel support, i tried NFS2015 while keeping
in mind to get a refund if that was without wheel support too, but in my opinion it was actually good stuff.
I mean a dedicated server with 10 man instances and far less buggy stuff and the possibillity to go 4K? what's wrong with that?
Forza Horizon 3 is the game many people wasted money on in my opinion.
You tell me what game is full sim-open world and i'll get, because as far as i know there is currently no such animal...
Edit: has to be a pc game because i hate consoles, flimsy controllers brake and not even close to pc gaming imo.