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  1. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    They claim it helps keep people from "stealing" car sounds, call outs, and music. It's just kind of annoying not being able to really turn off certain things though.
  2. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Moments before disaster. No way you didn't hit that car. So what's the difference? I thought the Union Jack was the British flag? Unless it's the group of "independant" ...states or whatever.
  3. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    There's a difference?
  4. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Hmm, based off the sound, they may have gone from Hoover to Dyson in their quality, but whichever one we decide on.... (*puts on shades*) they still suck...
  5. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Well, the tiling in that isn't actually tiled properly. Was gonna make it "wider" but copying and aligning doesn't quite work. Not consistent spacing.
  6. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Yes, but was it Hoover or Dyson? I need to know whether it was American suction or British.
  7. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    The block smashes are actually a pretty fun distraction and another good way to learn car control. It'd be really neat if they had some sort of editor so you could layout your own tracks and obstacles and share them on the workshop or something. Just having the empty area is fun for a few minutes but gets boring pretty quick.
  8. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    See the video above yours. Google definitely [Applauds] In completely unrelated news, since Grid 2 was free on Humble a few days back I snagged it and I can't understand why everyone seems to hate it so much. Okay, it doesn't have cockpit cam, but beyond that it's pretty decent. I like the menu system, it's a more refined kind of version of DiRT 2's menu where it's "in-world" and you're in your garage or warehouse which gets upgraded as you progress. The backgrounds are quite snazzy and you get to see some of your cars in the background while the menus are still quick to navigate. However, whomever decided the menus and replays needed "cinematic" space sucking letterboxes and f@cking god-awful close-up quick cut replay cams needs to be beaten. Holy Christ, and people complain about the cams in DR2? Please. Now I'm just waiting for Autosport to go free so I can own all of them for free.
  9. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Wow, that seems insanely quick... (does Googling) Good god! There's one actually titled "Crab-eating Fox." Can I be "Burger-eating man" or Porky be "Kebab-eating Scandiwhovian?"
  10. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Is that out next week?
  11. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Some footage of my dudebro Mr. The Block testing out his blasphemous cossie with his co-driver that he watched burn in his last cossie crash. Didn't know his wife also rallies. Wow, that front lip got absolutely shredded.
  12. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    No, he saw that rock and thought "**** this car, I could win this rally, but I'll just slam into that rock and take out this annoying bossy co-driver always trying to tell me where to go." The gearbox worked fine, it wasn't banging off the limiter at all. That flashing light on the dash was the collision warning system. Because explaining what happened=excuses. No they are not. Hearts of Stone was mildly "teased" in the base game by means of Gaunter O'Dimm, but only in the sense that he existed. It very slightly expanded the existing map (or just filled some empty space with a village or two.) Edit* It did indeed maybe add a village, or they were just empty and useless before. "The first, entitled Hearts of Stone, will take place in the existing area of No Man's Land and focus on Geralt's continued adventures as he attempts to locate a mysterious figure known as the Man of Glass." The quests and story involved in it are completely separate from the main game and isn't referenced by any characters outside the DLC. Blood and Wine is an entirely new area and again, is not mentioned by any characters not included in the DLC. Both of them are also designed to be more end-game, with the requirements for Blood and Wine forcing it to be and acted as a send off for the series. And no, I don't know anything about the forums for any games besides this forum. This is one of 2 forums I ever look at. But having played through DE:MD and the DLC, it makes about zero difference for the DLC to not be in campaign, so I don't know what the problem was. Anyways, this is way off topic now and it's confirmed to be a non-issue, so whatever. Back to having Dgeesy be mad about Kenny.
  13. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    The hell you doing? Don't you know you can't post anything about my dudebro Kenny on here? Didn't you hear he watched his co-driver burn after he slammed his previous perfectly functional cossie into a rock because he drives like a toddler? And that no other rally driver ever, ever crashes?
  14. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Oh really? The Witcher 3, Horizon Zero Dawn, Destiny 1 and 2, Ark and well, Deus Ex Human Revolution and Mankind Divided and every Far Cry spin off. I don't play a lot of games with map expansions, but there's plenty more. Most games that have them are treated as a separate side story thing, and/or a slight continuation after the completion of the base game. They also aren't usually indicated or referenced in the base game.
  15. JZStudios

    DiRTy Gossip Thread

    Sorry, don't know what to tell you. Most games that have DLC expansions don't integrate into the base game, they're usually separate. I agree the racenet for career mode is kind of dumb since it only affects the community challenges, which would probably be better if it didn't use your campaign vehicles anyways. Why does everyone keep saying DR1 had DLC? Did I miss something? Not really. It's literal definition is "additional content." I'm sure it's not Christina's fault, but in the past 3 games CM has been pretty quiet post launch, and very secretive pre-launch. DR1 was a bit different since they actually went the EA route, but even then the schedule was so crammed they could really barely adjust anything. The seasons could be randomly generated, but I think they're hard coded into the shipped product. I don't think it just randomly generates championships on the fly when you pick one to race, but I could be wrong. I'm still not sold on most modern racing game campaigns anyways, but I guess that's a personal opinion. Anyways, point is, they never promised it would work with campaign, and they'll probably factor it in considering they said it won't be at launch. If they were never going to do it they'd probably just say no. But they don't have to, since it's additional content. It works in the free play modes, and the only difference between free play and career is that it's less restrictive.
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