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User Info: mrhappyguy12345

mrhappyguy12345
3 years ago#1
I'm going with far cry 3. I love the viewpoint and feel, it reminds me of nfs:shift.
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User Info: SunDevil77

SunDevil77
3 years ago#2
I liked Far Cry 3 quite a bit
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User Info: Luthor_

Luthor_
3 years ago#3
Borderlands I guess.

Still haven't played FC3.
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User Info: memphis12

memphis12
3 years ago#4
Agreed. Far Cry 3 driving is great fun. The mechanics feel different with each vehicle. I love the quads!
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User Info: Sxmfct

Sxmfct
3 years ago#5
Euro Truck Simulator 2
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User Info: rockyoumonkeys

rockyoumonkeys
3 years ago#6
Maybe Saints Row 3. I like zero realism in my driving physics. I just want to be able to drive super fast and take corners easily.

Sleeping Dogs is okay, at least when you have space to drive. Handling narrow roads and tight corners can be a pain. Motorcycle races are unendurable though.
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User Info: mrhappyguy12345

mrhappyguy12345
3 years ago#7
rockyoumonkeys posted...
Maybe Saints Row 3. I like zero realism in my driving physics. I just want to be able to drive super fast and take corners easily.

Sleeping Dogs is okay, at least when you have space to drive. Handling narrow roads and tight corners can be a pain. Motorcycle races are unendurable though.


I thought sleeping dogs was good. The handling wasn't perfect, but it did the job. I enjoyed having a ramming button, and really liked being able to jump from car to car.
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User Info: GTAcrazy

GTAcrazy
3 years ago#8
Grand Theft Auto IV.
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User Info: DRzCalderon

DRzCalderon
3 years ago#9
GTAcrazy posted...
Grand Theft Auto IV.
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User Info: Nemerlight

Nemerlight
3 years ago#10
GTA 4. Just driving around and listening to some music.
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