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First and foremost, split this feedback thread up into several subforums, because this is going to turn into one big unreadable mess.
Also I've noticed that I have buttons "back" "forward" "restart",... in bottom left mapped to numbers on some controller I don't know about. Replace these numbers with clickable icons.
I noticed today that in some night races the headlights were flashing random colours.
Managed to play the game a bit more now. Also watched some youtube videos of the ford fiesta. A few things I noticed compared to real life;1. One thing I notices is the lack of anti lag sounds. I did notice it a bit when the player lifts of the accelerator but it needs to be a lot louder and sound more violent.2. More gearbox whine.
I am a new one. I detect maybe a bug, that sometimes when I drive trough hard cycles and I touch the "Flatterband", my car would reset with punishment of 15. sec.
Has anyone same Problems, or I am driven only bad :-)
First of all, let me say that I'm a massive fan of what you guys have started with DiRT Rally. The sound, the graphics, the stages...all are very convincing to someone who has spent a lot of time in Richard Burns Rally. I even made a video!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QModsWuBPZk Having read through the feedback post at the top of the page, I'd like to add my own opinions."4WD 2010's cars feel way to stiff. Should be a bit more slippery in overall"I feel this applies to every car to be honest. It's very hard to get into a slide with any car, especially the GROUP B cars. All the power in the world can't make you rotate! On that same subject though, (power) it really feels like a lot of the cars are lacking in actual power. Now I know you don't often reach speed upwards of 80/90 mph in rally, but getting there is rapid. I always find myself holding a gear too long because I'm expecting more power to come.The grip levels on snow and ice are also far too high (imo) If you watch any real life Monte rallies then you'll see that you have to crawl through icy sections if you're on the wrong tire. As it stands, going through snow with tarmac tires isn't really a challenge.I really think if you guys want to me a real sim, then it would benefit you to look at/drive Richard Burns Rally. There's a very good reason as to why it's been considered the best Rally sim available for the last 10 years.Apart from the above points, I am VERY excited to see how this progresses.