yup. It was my first car, i sold it when i moved abroad for a while and didn’t really have any way to store it for a year+
I once had a hot Toyota hatch.
If you do end up deciding to get FM7, make sure you buy digital, that way you’ll get it on PC as well.
I’ve played both project cars and assetto corsa on PC with VR. Both were amazing, though i hugely prefer Assetto Corsa’s physics.
You look in to corners, its amazing.
This is, IMHO the way to do things if you’re just using the game more as a “driving simulator” than a “racing game.”
But if you’re told how to say it correctly, and your mouth can make those sounds (which we absolutely can), there’s no good reason not to just learn to say it correctly. Even pronounced “correctly”, we still have an American accent, so it’s not going to be perfect, but we can do better.
Is it though? I used to live in China and constantly correcting people for saying “Seattle” not quite right would have been rude as shit.
This is amazing.
When i was a kid, i worked at my local repair shop (mostly just cleaning up) but our ‘rental’ car we’d give to customers if they needed it was a Dodge Shadow of this era. I always thought it was an aggressively bad car, just truly awful. But weirdly....that kind of makes me like what you’re doing here.…
Are they chintzy 25 dollar mall swords? Real swords....kinda silly, but hey to each their own. Blatantly fake looking, but still dangerous pretend swords? Pretty lame.
Lol. I played nine holes last night right before going to bed. It’s sooooo good.
I actually have very few objections to actual swords. The ones we had were fake and tacky looking but still sharp, but also cheaply made enough that you’d be putting everyone around you in danger if you tried to cut something with it.
Neo Turf Masters or GTFO
No worries! it made me think about my friend (2nd sword owner) and how much better of a 30 something year old he makes than a 20 something year old. We’re still actually pretty close. But man. He got ripped on pretty hard in college (and did some pretty great ripping on of others, it was not a one sided thing.)
Eh. Don’t cut in line. That’s like a basic tenet of society. You know what actually will only take like 3 more minutes out of your day? Flipping a U-turn when you realize that you forgot to get in line. Nobody is obligated to let you cut.
Yup. I’m with you. Fuck that shit. I’m waiting in line. There’s a line here. USE THE FUCKING LINE LIKE A PERSON WHO LIVES IN CIVILIZATION.
Full disclosure: I have owned replica katanas before. But I was in high school.
If you miss that ex-roommate who hung a $25 fake katana he got from a mall kiosk over his bed, this may be the car for you.
Implying that that driver lacked intelligence would be in poor taste, and doing so here is also in poor taste.
I’m pretty sure Nissan 350Z’s from that period do this. I’ve read many forum posts titled “How do I do a burnout in my 350Z?!?!” with the consensus being that you have to pull a fuse to make the brakes and the gas work at the same time.
As far as brakes being powerful enough to overcome the engine.....they might work for a bit, but I would imagine when pressed long enough at such a high speed, the pads would glaze over and become pretty useless.