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Linked713's gameplay for Need for Speed: Shift (PS3)
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Few races done.. Cannot handle the new car I just bought... omfg.
Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift (PS3)

Genre/Style: Racing/Sports Car Racing
Release Date: 15/SEP/09
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I wish my computer could handle this game so badly. It looks incredibly epic.
I have it on PS3... racing games on PC are... well... not in my cords.
I noticed, I'm a big pc gamer though.
I wonder, how is the sim part of the game?
They did a REALLY good job on that side compared to ProStreet.

There is a bit a arcadish feeling as I can ram into a car, have some damage and still can race on (with minor disfunctionnalities). If you take GRID and compare NFS with it, GRID is more of a simulator in damage (car behavior while damaged) but none of those are pure simulators. Forza and Grand turismo are those you want if you are seeking for an endless simulator game.
@Linked713 I'm still looking for a good racer on the PC with a good simulation mode.
I'd say go for grid. but NFS is consistent also. Grid doesn't have a guideline on the ground. I think you can remove it too.. along with map, position and all. Grid does have a better simulation feeling, in my opinion.
@Linked713 I watched a video review of Grid, and well, it seems like a really difficult and unforgiving title.
My friend played a free online racer called Live For Speed for a while, he told me it was a really great simulator for a free game.
If you want a free sim online then look for http://project-torque.aeriagames.com/

Graphics are demanding though.
@Fallout2Forever It is despite what you've seen. Callbacks give you another option than always having to retry the race if you do something stupid like crashing in a wall at 200km/h.
thanks
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