Hahaha, with this game, all I can hope for is that it'll be out before hell freezes over. Maybe I judged it too harshly, I popped the disc in for an hour today, just drove an 8C Spider around for a bit, listening the the sounds engine and the waves. It was all very tranquil and relaxing. What's interesting though, is for the first time ever, I thought the handling and physics was perfectly fine, I didn't spin out strangely, the cars felt fluid and smooth, there were no problems at all. I mean, it's not fantastic by any means but it isn't exactly terrible either. TDU isn't a racing game, it's a driving game and when you think of it like that, it makes a lot more sense.No it does not.
By the way, rumor has it that DLC2 (free again) will be out by the end of the year, maybe even earlier.
Nope. The rival challenges don't offer any money or experience, just the opponent's car.Dont you have to win those races to get to the higher events? it's been a while since i've played and I don't remember.
I got it on PS3, and it looks and plays great. If you did have a wheel, you would have to take some time to set it up properly, but since you don't have to worry about that, the controller is just fine.I heard this was like Just Cause 2 but with cars. Massive beautiful environments, but has a few glitches.
Is it worth purchasing on the PS3?
btw I don't have a wheel.
The DLC that enables the option to sell the reward cars has not been released for the PlayStation 3 yet, unless there's something I don't know about.I wouldn't bother with that when you can just sell them if you don't want them, earns a bit of money too as they're modified.