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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:44pm 29/09/17 | 1 Comments
Our resident car expert, and that's digital car because he's a city dweller that practices the art of "walking", Adrian Haas is back with a new racing review. This time covering the dirt road and decal heavy hatchback styling of WRC 7. The official game of the FIA World Rally Championship.

Which is both good and bad. Mostly bad.

Being an official title means official rally tracks, rally cars, and happy smiling portraits of official rally drivers and co-drivers. Official apparently also means budget, which can be seen in WRC 7’s merely functional UI complete with “inspirational” elevator music. The cars are well detailed, but that's about it. The tracks and surrounding environments look flat and samey, created by a team that has only been told what the Australian bush looks like. I've seen more realistic set backgrounds in olde timey movies. And in that Simpsons episode where Bart moons the Prime Minister.


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Spook
Posted 07:09pm 29/9/17
sounds like no reason at all to stop playing dirt.
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