One mission, “End Product”, is awful and I hate it. The mission has you protecting a truck from waves of enemies. But the area lacks any good cover and enemies will spawn all around you and at different elevations, often hidden behind the truck you are defending. It sucks and I gave up halfway through because I’d… Read more
In Cruis’n World, a racing game for the Nintendo 64, you can race other cars on the moon.
I’ve generally enjoyed the new Repo Work missions, given how car-centric they are. “Blow Up IV”, “Sasquashed” and “Do you even lift?” are probably my top three favorite Repo Work missions. I’m not too fond of “GTA Today II”, though; while it’s theoretically possible to do that mission solo, I haven’t been able to… Read more
Bomb Ball is much, much easier to play when you have a custom Arena War vehicle with mounted weapons. I use a ZR380 Future Shock that’s equipped with the optional lasers; it’s surprisingly easy to send bombs careening across the field by firing your lasers/machine guns at them. You can coax bombs into the opposing… Read more
That makes sense, thanks. Regarding the ads - I’ve had Jalopnik and Kotaku whitelisted on my ad-blocker for a long time, but I’ve recently started seeing really sketchy ads on Kinja sites. After clicking on an article, I’ve had Google Chrome throw up those giant red pages about how I’m being taken to an unsafe site;… Read more
Regarding your car reviews - is there a reason why you guys don’t use the slideshow feature that Kotaku, Gizmodo and The Onion use? I like the photos that you guys put at the ends of your reviews, but I’d prefer seeing them in slideshows as opposed to picture dumps. It’s more convenient to load Kinja slideshows, on… Read more
I got rear-ended in my 2012 Focus by another driver in a 2012 Civic.
AFAIK, there are only two other USDM vehicles with USB Type-C ports, and both are from GM. The redesigned GMC Terrain has a Type-C port (though the redesigned Equinox doesn’t), and the refreshed 2018 Cadillac XTS also has one.
My Focus has the 5-speed manual, so I’ve never had to deal with the PowerShift DCT updates.