Yeah. I have a 2018 Touring 3.6R and the CVT is just fine — not a single complaint about its performance. In normal driving I wouldn’t be able to tell it from a “regular” automatic.
Are we sure it’s because of the international economy rather than someone wanted the economy to get a boost ahead of elections?
All this waxing on about the coolness of the 4Runner (the TRD/sport versions are the only good looking versions, that new chrome-laden front ends look terrible) and no mention of the fact that it’s one of the few (or actually, probably the only vehicle!) that has a roll down rear gate window! I’d kill for one in my… Read more
Jesus, man. Can the hate on CVTs just end? Yes, they have been terrible in the past (my ‘13 Legacy has one and it’s a bit boring and rubber-bandy) but my 2018 3.6 Outback has the high-torque and it’s smooth as butter and has some great pep to it. They’re not all bad and have improved vastly. You could probably barely… Read more
Guess this will be the women's next ride, well after the pool boy...
I should play this one. I legit have trouble watching her jump off that building.
I would even step in to defend the combat stuff. The focus on avoiding, escaping, and not using guns was pretty mind-blowing at the time, and has gotten even more impressive with time. This unexpected approach felt confusing when you stubbornly tried to fight guards anyway (probably because of old habits from every… Read more
Mirrors Edge changed my life, man. My friends and I took up Parkour for years because of the game—I have pictures and videos of us scaling our high school during the summer. I don’t do it anymore after a bad fall, these days I stick to rocks and trees when I go hiking, but it absolutely lead me to a passion that I didn… Read more
I worked on Mirrors Edge, albeit indirectly. The reason it feels like a indie title is because they were developing it before they were bought by EA. But yes, great IP, well implemented.