View Full Version : Is it good?
01-07-2012, 05:05 PM
I'm looking to buy a driving game for PC (or preferably PS3) thats fun yet has pretty decent physics. I'm not looking for a simulator, just summin i can jump on and play quickly and pick up where i left off.
I recalled playing flatout (the original i think) and found that fun, that sorta thing.
Anyway, whats this game i like? is PS3 version better than pc?
01-07-2012, 05:41 PM
I found it fun. There's a lot to do and see.
The PC version would look better since they enhanced the visuals somewhat when compared to the consoles, but the PS3 version most likely has more people playing online.
If you don't care about online play or DLC and you have a good controller, the PC version is a good pickup.
01-07-2012, 06:18 PM
Well both my pc and ps3 are connected to my sony bravia 55 inch lcd. I have no controller for pc (i'm a counterstrike man all the way) and for ps3 only dualshock controller. But i do like driving games (at least i used to sum 15yrs ago), id like to get a steering wheel and start playing some on the 55inch tv, but i dont know which route to go down, buy for ps3 or pc? What kinda steering wheels/controllers do u recommend? Are they cheaper for ps3 or pc or just the same? Can they be used on either system?
The only thing, my ps3 is NOT near the monitor, do they have to be usb connected? Bluetooth or wireless would be best
PS: PC is more than capable of playing them , its a fairly new (albeit budget) gaming tower.
01-21-2012, 04:45 PM
I really loved this game. It's arcadey, action-packed, open-world and immensely satisfying in the thick of things. I maximized everything back on the Xbox version and wanted more after I was done. Unfortunately the PC version lacks access to Big Surf Island, which was probably the pinnacle of design for the game. But barring that, this is a timeless driving game with a lot of value in it.
01-21-2012, 08:54 PM
My favourite racing game off all time. You will get alot of play time out of this game.
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