Is it just me, or does the driving feel different from release?

#1Mvsevm_of_SkinPosted 10/15/2013 12:34:39 PM
In a good way. Lower tier cars don't feel as fast nor quick on cornering.

I don't attribute this to me getting used to it, but I can't imagine the patches having an influence either.
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#2xamdamCOPosted 10/15/2013 12:40:24 PM
I think that's just you. Either that or I just haven't noticed it.
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#3DruffPosted 10/15/2013 12:46:44 PM
After I finished the game and started over from the beginning, I was convinced that increasing the characters' driving stat + upgrading the cars made a lot of difference.

I remember how disappointingly wimpy cars sound the first day I had the game. Upgrading the engine definitely makes them sound louder and beefier.
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#4xamdamCOPosted 10/15/2013 12:51:40 PM
Druff posted...
After I finished the game and started over from the beginning, I was convinced that increasing the characters' driving stat + upgrading the cars made a lot of difference.

I remember how disappointingly wimpy cars sound the first day I had the game. Upgrading the engine definitely makes them sound louder and beefier.

Oh heck yeah. You can make drastic improvements to their speed and handling through upgrading as well. A fully upgraded Truffade Adder (sp?) is a beautiful beast!
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#5Mvsevm_of_Skin(Topic Creator)Posted 10/15/2013 2:54:50 PM
I guess it's just me. But I swear, the "Prius" is far slower on the start than what I remember.
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#6cifer520Posted 10/15/2013 3:03:39 PM
Maybe one of your tires is stuck.