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05/02/12, 16:52 PM Location: United Kingdom of England land | Posts: 4,666 | #11
05/02/12, 17:04 PM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,423 | #12
Spread it around also if you can, if you're a member of another community just spread it.
14/02/12, 22:18 PM Location: The Netherlands, Groningen | Posts: 49 | #13
Don't get high hopes, as some might know the developers are very VERY stubborn, also when they still had a full team in the beta. Nothing will happen about the handling, it is a known problem and in a Q&A some time ago on the TDU2 forums this was even confirmed, the developers were happy with how it is. And furthermore, there apparently are lots of people who like the handling.
Long before even the beta a topic on the tdu2 forums was made asking the question what people prefered, simulation or arcade and a small amount of people chose arcade over simulation. A 19 page discussion, no interest from the developers at all. But as with many other very obvious problems like no custom radio the developers still do nothing usefull, they create extra useless furniture and a bike that will most likely suck too. So just to warn you, don't get excited at ALL. The developers only do the things that suits them best.
Last edited by patrikje; 14/02/12 at 22:24 PM.
14/02/12, 22:32 PM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,423 | #14
Noone is really expecting anything, all we're trying to do is get a number of people to show via the numbers that this is a viable and wanted option. In all honesty though it's the publisher who dictates what and what does not get worked on. Also I've seen a new term going around to describe what the players who want a little bit of immersion and a more realistic experience in their driving games want. Can you guess what that is?
Believe it or not it's "less accessible". That's right if a game isn't dumb and easy enough for the idiots to get to grips with then by all means pluck the rest! Screw the chance of getting the option to change the game to how you wish it to be as nowadays it's all for the idiots and only the idiots.
Sad times indeed.
15/02/12, 01:07 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,252 | #15
So that must be why no-one bought Gran Turismo 5 and Forza 4
15/02/12, 01:40 AM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,423 | #16
Exactly. Giving people the option to play the game the way they want is a no-brainer!
19/02/12, 21:07 PM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,252 | #17
Can't believe you haven't already posted this here:
Unofficial Community Feedback - Test Drive Unlimited 2 Forums
19/02/12, 21:08 PM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,423 | #18
I can't really promote my own stuff, if you get what I mean.
19/02/12, 21:22 PM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,252 | #19
Where do you think I got the link from?
19/02/12, 21:24 PM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,423 | #20
Baldy, he told me he saw the thread on the forum and posted it all over the place, even added it to the top of the receipts at his store.