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  1. SkiddyMcCrash

    How To Create True Rally Game

    @LaPremierrre I watched this video on youtube and I think I understand what you are trying to say now. I know that you can speak English, so I assume that you can understand spoken English? If you can, watch this video about Rally in the 1970's and timestamp the parts that talk about what you are trying to explain please. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzsSwamSDrA
  2. SkiddyMcCrash

    Jämsä, Finland – Available Now in DiRT Rally 2.0

    The meaning of the word Bumpers. These are bumpers for a car.
  3. SkiddyMcCrash

    How To Create True Rally Game

    DiRT4 used a random track generator, the people didn't like it. The main reason was the limited number of tiles used. The reason for the limited number of tiles was the limited memory available on consoles, so any new game written for those consoles will have the same problem. As for the length of stages in game, they are making them as long as they can using the current technology. "Each track passed only once" means "No restarts". I understand now. I know that Rally Finland doesn't only consist of Ouninpohja . I used Ouninpohja as an example of how a rally will use the same stages, not only in the same year but repeatedly, year in year out, and have done for the past 20 years. I could have used any of the other countries and picked the stage that is in DiRT Rally 2.0 to use as an example. There is no "driving by unknown road with pacenotes". The drivers know at least 90% of the roads used in a rally, and they know them well. Those "squalid" tracks used in game were chosen by forum members, they were chosen because they are all famous stages within the world of rally, some going back over 40-50 years. DiRT Rally and 2.0 were released with different stages, from different countries to each other. DiRT Rally 2.0 released the stages from DiRT Rally as dlc because we asked them to.
  4. They didn't forget to tell you, because they didn't know. The release of extra seasons depended on sales figures.
  5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_forum "Rules and policies Forums are governed by a set of individuals, collectively referred to as staff, made up of administrators and moderators, which are responsible for the forums' conception, technical maintenance, and policies (creation and enforcing). Most forums have a list of rules detailing the wishes, aim, and guidelines of the forums' creators. There is usually also a FAQ section containing basic information for new members and people not yet familiar with the use and principles of a forum (generally tailored for specific forum software). Rules on forums usually apply to the entire user body and often have preset exceptions, most commonly designating a section as an exception. For example, in an IT forum any discussion regarding anything but computer programming languages may be against the rules, with the exception of a general chat section. Forum rules are maintained and enforced by the moderation team, but users are allowed to help out via what is known as a report system. Most American forum software contains such a system.[19][23] It consists of a small function applicable to each post (including one's own). Using it will notify all currently available moderators of its location, and subsequent action or judgment can be carried out immediately, which is particularly desirable in large or very developed boards. Generally, moderators encourage members to also use the private message system if they wish to report behavior. Moderators will generally frown upon attempts of moderation by non-moderators, especially when the would-be moderators do not even issue a report. Messages from non-moderators acting as moderators generally declare a post as against the rules or predict punishment. While not harmful, statements that attempt to enforce the rules are discouraged.[24] When rules are broken several steps are commonly taken. First, a warning is usually given; this is commonly in the form of a private message but recent development has made it possible for it to be integrated into the software. Subsequent to this, if the act is ignored and warnings do not work, the member is – usually – first exiled from the forum for a number of days. Denying someone access to the site is called a ban. Bans can mean the person can no longer log in or even view the site anymore. If the offender, after the warning sentence, repeats the offense, another ban is given, usually this time a longer one. Continuous harassment of the site eventually leads to a permanent ban. In most cases, this means simply that the account is locked. In extreme cases where the offender – after being permanently banned – creates another account and continues to harass the site, administrators will apply an IP address ban or block (this can also be applied at the server level): If the IP address is static, the machine of the offender is prevented from accessing the site. In some extreme circumstances, IP address range bans or country bans can be applied; this is usually for political, licensing, or other reasons. See also: Block (Internet), IP address blocking, and Internet censorship. Offending content is usually deleted. Sometimes if the topic is considered the source of the problem, it is locked; often a poster may request a topic expected to draw problems to be locked as well, although the moderators decide whether to grant it. In a locked thread, members cannot post anymore. In cases where the topic is considered a breach of rules it – with all of its posts – may be deleted."
  6. Oh, so it was a sarcastic post then?
  7. People should look at the rules they agreed to follow when they signed up.
  8. Rules are rules, whether you like them or not
  9. Depends on whether they follow the forum rules or not.
  10. SkiddyMcCrash

    Jämsä, Finland – Available Now in DiRT Rally 2.0

    Not bad, professionals at work. Here's some good ol' boys, never meaning no harm. Straightening the curves and flattening the hills.
  11. SkiddyMcCrash

    Jämsä, Finland – Available Now in DiRT Rally 2.0

    He's this fast. " Fermanagh's Jon Armstrong won the World Rally Esports Championship, becoming the first real-life rallying driver to do so " https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/motorsport/45234950
  12. SkiddyMcCrash

    How To Create True Rally Game

    Not true, for a number of reasons. 1, Rallies tend to be in the same areas every year. 2, Rallies typically use the same stage twice during the year. For example - https://www.rally-maps.com/Rally-Finland-2017 - The list includes Ouninpohja 1 + 2, the same stage, ran twice. 3, A quick Youtube search for Ouninpohja reveals it's been used regularly over the years - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Ouninpohja 4, The rules for WRC say that drivers are not allowed to drive the stages for 3 months before a rally, but they are allowed to drive them for the other 9 months of the year. Here is Mikko Hirvonen testing a Focus on Ouninpohja. And here is Andréas Mikkelsen doing the same thing. Why do you want to drive thousands of miles following the rules of the road in any country in a rally game? For example, driving at 30mph in the UK, stopping at traffic lights, giving way to oncoming traffic, etc. That game already exists. https://www.forzamotorsport.net/en-us/news/horizon_rally_expansion_pack_announce Hundreds of miles between stages, no co pilot.
  13. SkiddyMcCrash

    DiRTy Gossip

    It used to amaze me that Petter Solberg could drive that fast while translating Phil's pacenotes.
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