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/vroom/ Anonymous 04/16/2023 (Sun) 11:54:31 No.2368
Welcome to The Garage, a thread where fans of racing vidya can discuss their favorite arcade, sim, kart, and any other kinds of racing games. Interested in a series to get started with? >Daytona >Tokyo Xtreme Racer >Dirt/Colin McRae >F-Zero >Ridge Racer >Forza >Gran Turismo >Burnout >Mario Kart >Midnight Club >Midtown Madness >Need for Speed >Outrun >Project Gotham Racing/Metropolis Street Racer >Rush >Sega Rally
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>>5015 i really don't want to believe that GranTurismo has succumbed to the slop, I mean it's just an autistic racing game...
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>>5028 Why would troons play racing vidya?
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>cancelling split screen is a creative choice lmao, right, and black bars in games are for "cinematic effect"
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https://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/after-25-years-sega-is-bringing-daytona-usa-2-to-consoles-for-the-first-time/ >After 25 years, Sega is bringing Daytona USA 2 to consoles for the first time
>>5435 Is this a nuMake incoming, or the dawn of a whole new era of refreshing for all?
>>5150 >thought modern consoles would be an improvement
>>5437 >Classic Sega arcade racing game Daytona USA 2 will receive its first ever home port, 25 years after it was released in arcades.
>>5440 Remember how /kong/ said that studios catering to the West had reached levels of vibrant enrichment that shouldn't even be possible, and therefore could never create good games now? < *reach into the time travel vault* < *extract 6502-based arcade IP* > "Behold the new current thing!111"
>>5440 It's not even a standalone release like the first one on PS3 and Xbox 360, it's only playable in the new Yakuza Like a Dragon game. Hopefully, it does gets one in the future.
>>5466 >like the first one on PS3 and Xbox 360 Might as well recall the stone age, anon. Back then there were still videogames. Still, it's nice to see an actual re-release of something and not a horrible numake.
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Anyone looking forward to this?
>>6051 Does heckin Mario Cart count anon!?
>>6051 I hope that when you drive, your hands aren't black.
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>>6077 About that...
>>6231 >sheboon Never in my life have I seen a real life non-white male mechanic. But maybe that's just because when I have to take my truck to a mechanic, I go with a competent one.
>>6243 Just like with film, randomly dropping niggers into everything, even places where they don't belong historically and logically, breaks any and all immersion and realism.
>>6244 That's strictly a Jewish behavior AFAICT anon.
>>6245 What, you don't like niggers? You're upset with the daily nigger quota we've got to meet? Oy vey and gevalt someone get this mashugana a bagel and calm him down before his foreskin grows back!
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what do you think of ray tracing?
>>6561 ray tracing? more like gay racing
>>6562 racing is very non-gay
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Most people focus on the soundtrack and graphics for understandable reasons, but do any other racing games manage the level of simple yet effective story telling and "cinematography" this one does? >Race results and the number of tries it took you to win change the dialog you get between races >Has an actual plot on top of "you becoming the best racer" >Courses are colorful and perfectly lit for dramatic effect, with moving set pieces like helicopters and airplanes >Replays have the perfect camera angles to always look exciting
>>7370 I'm there for Reiko.
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>>7844 >ywn a 160mph full-gainer w/ 1/4 mile arc Why even
>>7851 I'm surprised nobody made a game with a gimmick like that. Like when Burnout made a gimmick out of exploding cars.
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>>7850 I wonder what went wrong.
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>>7864 I wouldn't ponder this question too deeply, Anon. Some mysteries are simply beyond the kin of mankind.
>>7864 Good Lord.
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I miss arcade gamed
>>7899 *games
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>remakes for driving games fucking why? we're hitting the new low
>>9753 >fucking why? So they can be super lazy and not design new tracks.
>>9753 All the cars are black.
>>9756 >>9753 And I bet their trannies will be all hooked up backwards too.
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>>9753 I always thought old racing games were hell on earth in terms of licensing hence the lack of remakes, something like Midnight Club 3 would be a major pain in the ass due to the unholy amounts of licensed shit in it including the very comprehensive soundtrack and varied car list
>>4816 >>4819 >>5027 I enjoyed Gran Turismo The Movie. In fact I went knowing that I would enjoy it more at the cinema anticipating the stuff happening in it as a comedy than I would at home where I'd have the choice of functionally every movie ever made and have that in the back of my mind watching it - whereas if you go the cinema and (preferably) go in smiling, then it's exclusively the source material's fault or not in terms of coloring how you end up experiencing it, notwithstanding other people who cough & eat popcorn or what not. Orlando Bloom in it does great. Successfully carries some of the most diabolical lines given in a movie about car nerds. "Now Le Mans is a race lasting 24 whole hours.." Big respect for being able to carry it. The blacktor playing the character I will call "Angry Dad" actually had some range, that he could do. The script doesn't afford it. But he gave me the impression he could be given a chance. Ginger spice could GTFO and only improve the movie. The role's probably written bad. Casting didn't help matters though. May as well have changed the script to be about single Dad's clumsy paternalistic love for his son. There are sections that break the suspension of disbelief too much even for a comedy when the characters start mixing "foreign lingo" (sheeeeit fam) with "gamer talk" "they levelled up" etc. I think the kids are supposed to find forrin speak colloquial and gutteral and therefore relatable, but it twinges my English heart a bit whenever there's a butchering of the language like that. Those are insignificant & small moments that must be suffered through. I suppose I better wrap it up since no one wants to read an essay on Gran Turismo The Movie. Go in knowing what you're going to get. Go in with a small number of genuine friends who also know what they too are getting. Then you will ironically or otherwise enjoy the experience, if not (in each of your opinions) the movie proper. I'm glad I went out of respect for brand loyalty instead of buying Autosport/7 ruined by a bunch of incompetent Nipponese sino-Jews no time for ruining the series fuck off

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