The Real Car Simulator

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Once you get past the language difficulties involved in installing the demo, instructions are in Japanese, you will be able to enjoy the game since the rest of it is in English.

The usual demo limitations apply, you get a choice of one car and of one track. Still the demo can give you a good idea of what the game is about.

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The Real Car Simulator

I actually like this game after playing it for a while.Looks and feels alot like gran tourismo.The basics of the game are good but needs alot of polishing.i´m gonna look out for this game in the future!

The Real Car Simulator

Every Simfan should download it (only 6 Mb, it don't hurts) - the physics are very believable and you get a good feeling of driving this car, this is more than other racing games offer. (Try forcefeedback and a steering wheel). There are the same features to set up a steering wheel like Grand Prix 3 - I think it's a sign of a certain quality, but I admit that the graphics are not very up-to-date. Unfortunatly you can't change the resolution of the screen (it's only 640x480)). Till now there's no Gran Turismo 2 for PC and I think GT 2 for playstation is more arkadelike.

The Real Car Simulator

is there any way to get this full game in australia..... this is a great game and i do not know how to get it if anyone know hom may i buy it of the net or is there free full wersion available to download

The Real Car Simulator

This game looks and feels like GT (psx, ps2) wich is a good thing. I love GT but cant play it at home (no PSX). Its the PC's answer to a truly Briliant game. Good work Guys! PS...I want GT4 on the PC!!!!!

The Real Car Simulator

LOL at "this can't be a good game it's only 8mb" (or 6mb, make your mind up)*casts eye over three 100-diskette boxes of 720kb floppies filled with games from old 16bit non-PC computer*each and every one was a winner, if it wasn't, it got reformatted and used to hold WP doc*ments, pictures/sounds, game saves, decompressed progs from magazine covers etc...doom was on 3 floppies... and i still get a kick from Descent and GTA 1 on the old 75mhz laptop - both of which weigh in at about twice the size of this DEMO for their full versions.And it's "actual" size notwithstanding, I'm still playing GT2 (in slight preference to GT4, as that's TOO DAMN HARD despite being pretty - and in definate preference to the deformed electronic abortion that was GT3) and having fun with it. It's 2 packed CDs, sure, but a lot of the info (car data, tracks, sound fx, tuning details, etc) is shared on both arcade and sim discs, and the also-shared music (and unique video) probably takes up half of each. So maybe 300mb of unique game data for a very extensive (far more so than gt3) experience? On a system that only has 2mb (two megabytes, count 'em) of RAM to hold the entirety of each race in and 33mhz to process it with...go hump a lemon or something.and we need as many "race the car" games as we can get, until such repetition finally chucks out a real winner. Still waiting for something that has the graphics of GT4 or Forza, but on the PC, without the stupid bugs or "features" (e.g. the lack of damage/horrific AI and difficulty weighting/clutch "control" in GT - jeez), and all the expandability, modification, online play etc that the PC can offer.That, my friends, will be the best driving game ever, and like Halo / Counterstrike / UT before it in the FPS arena, whoever makes it will reign on long after newer but lesser games have faded from memory - so its a prize worth having. Who will take up the challenge?

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