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afahoy last won the day on April 7 2019

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  1. afahoy

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Same here on desktop. Those appear to be the actual images Google is serving, since you can open them in a new tab and zoom in on them.
  2. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Technically correct: the best kind of correct!
  3. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Your FoV setting might be the same for both screenshots, but it’s very obvious that the actual rendered field of view is different between them.
  4. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Don’t worry, he didn’t; I watched the whole video and none of the things @JZStudios says happened actually did, beyond the obvious ‘Ken Block went to New Zealand’. i dunno what people have against Block tbh, he seems like a decent guy.
  5. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Xbox ¹⁄๐
  6. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    The DS21 is all about driving a stage in comfort and luxury. Who cares if other cars are faster? You’re better than those... lesser people.
  7. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    BuT hOw CaN i HaVe FuN iF i'M nOt WiNnInG????
  8. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    It took me a good few weeks when I got my wheel to feel comfortable with it and get back to the pace I had with a controller.
  9. Because, as I keep saying in various threads, these are gamepad-specific settings:
  10. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Where is anyone applauding the way DR2 is being handled? Nowhere, is the answer. All people are doing is trying to explain the realities of game development, and how it’s not nearly as simple as some of the, hmm, less nuanced commenters seem to believe. Everyone I’ve seen called a fanboy (or shill or whatever childish insult) has been quite clear on what they’d like to see improved, what they’re not happy with, and so on. Nobody is blindly cheering Codies on and saying everything is perfect. Some people, me included, are saying the game is good, mind you, but once again, that doesn’t mean we think it’s perfect or that we don’t think the bugs need fixing. Again, nuance. It’s quite possible to enjoy something despite its flaws. If anything less than perfection is a problem for you, prepare to be disappointed your whole life.
  11. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Monte Carlo goes live on Tuesday.
  12. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    You keep saying this but I don’t believe you’ve ever driven over really rough ground at high speed. It’s not at all the smooth locked-to-horizon experience you’re imagining.
  13. afahoy

    FOV in Dirt Rally 2.0

    Hey it’s good grass. Shame you’re incapable of enjoying it 🙁
  14. Sentiments like this make me think of the guy in this video: ignorant and naive. So they get rid of RaceNet, then what? Where do online time trial times get posted? How do community events get organised? How are leagues/clubs going to work? How is DLC managed? It’s super easy to spout simplistic things like “bin RaceNet” when you’re not the one responsible for managing the consequences.
  15. afahoy

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    I think what people are saying is have some damn nuance. Stop seeing everything in pure black and white. The game is good with some problems of varying seriousness. It does, in fact, work properly for the most part. Yes, a few things don’t, but to say that the game as a whole doesn’t, that’s just ridiculous. It’s perfectly possible to enjoy something while also being aware of and critical of its failings. Nobody is so blinded by their undying love of Codemasters that they claim the game is perfect; we acknowledge the flaws and want them fixed, but we are also enjoying the game enough that we’d recommend it to others, which in essence is a “good review”.
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