Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by evilhomer, Jun 26, 2002.
force feedback preferred, but not required. tx in advance.
arcade or simulation?
I just got GrandPrix4 by Geoff Crammond, its the best F1 racing game I've played.
Need for Speed
Need for speed 3 HoT pursuit
1) Colin McRae Rally 2
2) Need for Speed Porsche
3) Formula 1 2002
In this order . . .
GP3 (didn't know GP4 was out - must have a look)
Colin Mcrae Rally 2
VR Sports Powerboat Racing (no-one said it had to be cars)
Castrol Honda Superbike 2000
Grand Prix 4 !!!!
GRAN TURISMO 3, I don't care what you say about the consoles, this is the best racing game in the world ever. Can you honestly say that racing games work well on computers? no they don't
Computer = FPS, RPG, RTS
Console = Racing, Fighting
It's like that and that's the way it is...huhhh!
YOU'RE RIGHT [ ! ! ! ]
Best one out there is Grand Prix Legends.
I love f1 games... the 2002 version is so realistic...
its kewl coz you have to really know how to drive in order to play it proper... I don;t have the time to do a proper race but I always have a blast...
don't EVER play any racing game on automatic... you lose out on the experience...
I don't like NASCAR because going round and round is not exciting for me.. but some NASCAR games have good graphics...
Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed
NFS 4 Highstakes.
Does anyone of you play F1 2002 or GP4 on a slow machine like mine? I've got Pentium 500MHz, 256MB SD-Ram, Asus 3400 Riva TNT 16MB graphic card and XP.
Thinking about getting one of these games but would like to hear some opinion from people playing one of these games on a similar machine like mine.
Thx in advance
any need for speed
Grandprix 3 and 4 are the best racing sims out there.
And not a real race game, but a race sim: Grandprix world. You are the boss of a F1 team and you must lead your team to victory.