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  1. 3 minutes ago, SergeyTokarev said:

    Hey, Peugeot 306 Maxi have a great sound and it's very fast for a FWD car.

    Yea those things could beat wrc cars on tarmac. If the tarmac physics get a bit better than they can be a fun option. 

    I'd like more variety with f2 though. Astra, golf, xsara , 306 maybe.

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  2. Yea I'd say that's bang on. Dirt rally was the leap forward and other games must catch up to the standard (bugs aside)

    I would say my perfect game would be dirt rally with wrc license, as I imagine many others would be too.


  3. 1 hour ago, RallyLover19 said:

    I like the way how Kylotonn is making their games better.
    They listen to their customers / players and change things to the right direction immedietely

    Dunno if 2 years can be called immediate. And we should be cautious as we haven't seen much of the game yet. They say they are now tailoring it for wheel users from the ground up which sounds great, but the handling still looks ......friendly. 

    If it's better than wrc 7 I'll enjoy it a bunch as I liked that game. I can't compare it to dr2 though as the two are miles apart


  4. 11 hours ago, tbtstt said:

    Loving the Manta, the easiest RWD car for me so far, done a few of the NZ stages and I was doing some glorious power slides out of the corners! 

    Yea the manta is great, I enjoyed the pig that is the Ascona, so it's nice having the big sister join the party. I'm looking forward to getting to know the M1 when it has it's proper sound. Especially with Sweden and Germany round the corner, which I believe will be great fun with the new GBRWD cars

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  5. 3 hours ago, dani211212 said:

    i dont get it, why so much Hate, and focus on just one game? We can play both games.. 

    Dirt rally 2 is better for driving , has great Cars,  location are visual superb..

    WRC 8 has the new Cars, authentic teams, Great 15 location , and better weather system..

     

    Yea I like the wrc games. They are great for game pads. I don't compare wrc with dirt because for me they're different animals. And that spares me disappointment both ways.


  6. 22 minutes ago, tbtstt said:

    If that car had seen a few more seasons use (and development) then I think it might be viewed differently. 

    It should definitely be on par with the Citroen and the Focus. It's results at the top level weren't great, but in the hands of privateers it's had some success (I am actually curious as to which of those three cars has had the best results post-WRC: I think it might be the Focus).  

    Yea the focus was a very quick and popular car


  7. I just think it sits well as a wildcard and as the years have passed it has become more attractive. Forward thinking design on Subarus part no doubt. Depending on livery it could be a smart looking thing. Still unsure how the 2 will compete with the Skoda and Citroen.


  8. The weather is a nice effect but a bit unrealistic. I hope it scales and isn't just zero to Cyclone within 2 minutes in every single location.

    I mean Germany, a summer rally, does not get hurricanes 2 minutes after a blue sky stage start.

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  9. Yea the handling, particularly under braking looks awful at the moment. Looks great for what it is, and I'll still be buying it as a control pad game, but Dirt rally 2.0 it is not. 

     

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  10. 1 hour ago, JZStudios said:

    What the hell even?

    As a non... whatever, I only see people from the UK flying the Union Jack, and the Welsh flag. I mean, I guess it makes sense the rest have their own flag, but I haven't seen that England Flag in modern times outside of things renaissance era.

    Yea the English flag (St George's cross) has kind of been hijacked by far right groups. The Union flag (British flag) is a more politically correct flag nowadays, however I'm not overly patriotic so I don't really fly flags anyway! Apart from maybe the e.u flag from time to time, given current climate.

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  11. 12 minutes ago, Smithers1968 said:

    Are the winter tyres we now have studded? I know in Monte they only use small studs but expected a bit more grip on the ice and a bit less on the tarmac.

    If they're not it would be great to have some as a choice as that's where much of the challenge of monte comes from.

    Those of you with RBR, try driving Passo Valle in the wet with tarmac tyres, then with snow tyres. It's a totally different experience, where the ice patches are now quite grippy but the studs slip on the smooth tarmac.

    Whatever, really like the newly revamped Monte, even if it is costing me a fortune in repairs!

    No we have winter tyres, these are not studded as far as I can tell. More of an unstudded snow tyre than an ice tyre. I agree I'd like a studded winter option for Monte to cope with particularly icy sections but it's definitely fun. Though I don't have even a half decent pace on Monte yet.

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