the problem with tdu 2 for me is, that driving is not the priority of the game
because of the arcade psychics, eden had the focus to make it a lifestyle game
and not a race and cruise game now you need to your hair buy some clothes and plastic surgery
and these things are not necessary for a racegame and also the carlist is very bad, common people where
are the lamborgini's masarati's corvette's lexus and the sedan's like the mercedes cls
and i don't know how eden get there sounds of the cars because they are rubbish
in tdu1 you had a better carlist and a better focus on driving, so now i i'm back in tdu1 because
i missed it, tdu2 is done for me i was really exited for this game
but eden and atari ruined it,
also this game is not a great success, and they say we have listened to the tdu community
but they did not ..
the best thing what eden and atari can do for the community is release all the files
and giving the game to the community so that we can do what we want in tdu2
like making better sounds, better psychics more cars, and more
this is my opinionadvertisement
sorry for my english btw
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Thread: Bored with TDU2 already. Why?
05/03/11, 19:24 PM Location: The Netherlands | Posts: 3,021 | #51
05/03/11, 22:30 PM Location: Puerto Rico | Posts: 278 | #52
Too arcadey. Why? Handling physics (already mentioned). I know this is no simulator but TDU1 felt way better. Many in this thread really specified the off-road, acceleration and speed facts already
Too childish: They eliminated important features like the blur and specially bugging me many map filter options to add too much social aspects, forgetting about the most important thing here: racing and driving. TDU1 felt more real, more "adult" if you know what I mean. And then you sum F.R.I.M. with it's intro "intallation video" and back flaming on all cars to completely make the game arcadey and childish.
For example: today I was on C.R.C. and there was a guy without shirt and with the valet hat. Is that what you expected from a racing/cruising game and TDU2??
I really have to go. I'll keep writing later
05/03/11, 23:07 PM Location: Germany | Posts: 82 | #53What drama! Apparently the Wilder brothers are squabbeling with Stuart again. stfu
05/03/11, 23:29 PM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,258 | #54
Maybe that's what they want you to think
06/03/11, 03:05 AM Location: Austin, Texas | Posts: 164 | #55
My god, Tess for the last time I get it 300km/h is exciting....sigh
I hate her intro when I have to grind.Cars In TDU2 are like bricks with wings, not exactly graceful.
06/03/11, 04:01 AM Location: United Kingdom | Posts: 1,024 | #56
Does anybody get the bug where Tess would shout (just as you enter a speed challange) "Today we will be flying through the course at 300mph..." Wait what ? 300mph ?! WTF First time I heard it I was like I must have heard it wrong and it must me km/h but its not. Maybe because my game is set to MPH ? I duno but its weird :/
06/03/11, 04:46 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,258 | #57
She says mph for me as well (I use metric dials). I guess it's more a figure of speech - like a 'gazillion dollars'
06/03/11, 06:51 AM Location: Finland | Posts: 3,538 | #58
I think most of the people whine about everything because they were expecting a simulator. Well it's definitely not a simulator. Neither was TDU1. It has always been more about the lifestyle around the exotic cars than the realistic racing. I think the developers wanted many things that are in TDU2 to TDU1 (for example; remember the hidden carwash). This time they just put them in. If TDU1 would have had these features like walking out of your car, everyone would have been like 'omg the best game ever' and when TDU2 came out nobody would have said anything about them focusing on the social aspect of the game too much.
They wanted to make a racing game that differs from the mainstream. They succeeded. Once they'll fix the servers this game will hopefully keep me entertained for as long as TDU1.
06/03/11, 11:27 AM Location: (sc)Aberdeen | Posts: 925 | #59
I agree with all the above and I shall add another vote for physics.
I played TDU1 in Hardcore mode all the time as soon as I unlocked it. TDU2 feels like I'm driving a block of wood in comparison. I'm getting used to it now though, and I still like cruising about and doing silly paintjobs on my cars. I've only completed as far as the A4 championship though, and don't have much enthusiasm to do any more.
06/03/11, 12:14 PM Location: United Kingdom | Posts: 1,024 | #60