Because you can't even go 200 mph. Cars are limited to somewhere around 80.And that's why this game can be won by a monkey.
GTA is a game and you can't do that.
You answered your own question. Its realistic to some extent.I know, that's what burnout is about and in that regard it's fine to have huge crashes and smashes, but TDU ... I don't know what they tried to be. Of course it's not a simulation, but stuff like using a real place (Hawaii) and real cars tells us they did want to stick to reality to some extent.
I believe graphics are improved. Not sure about the car count. TDU handling was semi arcadish. I don't think they go after GT5/Forza level of handling.I was hoping TDU2 was gonna be TDU with some improved graphics, more cars but most of all a revamped driving model which included, but not limited to, a bit more realism.
It's "Test Drive" not "Buy a Car"Yeah, but this is about test driving cars. They need more realism. Looking at the same car at mulitiple dealers, the haggle to bring down the price, the agony of waiting to see what the manager says about the deal, wondering if your credit will get approved, the joy of signing your name 200 times, the exhillaration of driving the car off the lot the first time, and the wonderful buyers remorse that you feel for three days in addition to the buyer's remorse nightmares. If they had THAT, then it would be worthy of being called Test Drive Unlimited.
That wouldn't make for a very fun gameMulti millionaires who love cars do die when they crash at 200 mph
For me, the traffic was always always much heavier in your direction, so I spend most of my time in oncomming, dodging the odd car while passing huge lines of cars on the other side of the road.No but there are consequences to crashing your car. I'm not saying Game Over if you crash but at least total it off and lose a lot of money. At least you'd care enough to try and drive well, unlike in TDU where many times I found it easier to just ram the people off the road rather than look for the better line or dare go the wrong way.
Speaking of which it reminds me of how weird TDU was in respect to... if you were driving on your lane and minding your own business (which is what I did in the car delivery missions, so I wouldnt scratch it) then almost no traffic at all would come the other way, where as soon as you put a wheel in the oncoming traffic lane... 3 seconds later a whole convoy of trucks, cars and police would start to show in the distance coming your way
Then you have insurance companies, your avatar can't move as fast for a couple of hours (game days) due to soreness, you get laid off and can't take any jobs..No but there are consequences to crashing your car. I'm not saying Game Over if you crash but at least total it off and lose a lot of money. At least you'd care enough to try and drive well, unlike in TDU where many times I found it easier to just ram the people off the road rather than look for the better line or dare go the wrong way.