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iRacing (PC car racing sim) 3 month sub (new members) £3.28

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3 Months subscription for new members promo code: PR-IMSA2015 $5.00 - using paypal = £3.28 with this promo code ** MAKE SURE TO CANCEL TO AUTO-RENEWAL ONCE SIGNED UP ** If you want some…
foulone Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago9 Comments
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Does depth and toughness equal a simulator or does all that plus laser scanned tracks or what?
Those are some elements, with this particular sim - you only race against other humans - no ai at all. You are rated against your safety, so everyone is being careful and trying to race clean - this makes a HUGE difference in your experience. Take Project Cars for instance - the AI is suicidal and will ram you off the track, flip your car etc.. and when you race against other humans its just as bad if not worse - no consequences to ramming other players .. This is a much more mature, controlled environment. The handling, feedback from the track, laser scanned authenticity all add to it.. its a totally different experience.
I have to agree with this it doesn't feel like the game is full of kids. People who actually want to improve there driving skill and licence. You will spend hours practicing on one track to get the most out of it. I have to say a Wheel makes all the difference also, When you are using a Gamepad you tend to gently turn into a corner but on exit let the stick snap back into place.
As Foulone said in a earlier reply I would rather spend money on a game know I can get some hours of fun rather than throwing it at something I might not even install. I have done this so many times with Steam sales!

I'm glad someone else see's the value in this deal - unfortunately we are in the minority!

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foulone
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Does depth and toughness equal a simulator or does all that plus laser scanned tracks or what?
Those are some elements, with this particular sim - you only race against other humans - no ai at all. You are rated against your safety, so everyone is being careful and trying to race clean - this makes a HUGE difference in your experience. Take Project Cars for instance - the AI is suicidal and will ram you off the track, flip your car etc.. and when you race against other humans its just as bad if not worse - no consequences to ramming other players .. This is a much more mature, controlled environment. The handling, feedback from the track, laser scanned authenticity all add to it.. its a totally different experience.

I have to agree with this it doesn't feel like the game is full of kids. People who actually want to improve there driving skill and licence. You will spend hours practicing on one track to get the most out of it. I have to say a Wheel makes all the difference also, When you are using a Gamepad you tend to gently turn into a corner but on exit let the stick snap back into place.

As Foulone said in a earlier reply I would rather spend money on a game know I can get some hours of fun rather than throwing it at something I might not even install. I have done this so many times with Steam sales!
ShineHunter
Does depth and toughness equal a simulator or does all that plus laser scanned tracks or what?

Those are some elements, with this particular sim - you only race against other humans - no ai at all. You are rated against your safety, so everyone is being careful and trying to race clean - this makes a HUGE difference in your experience. Take Project Cars for instance - the AI is suicidal and will ram you off the track, flip your car etc.. and when you race against other humans its just as bad if not worse - no consequences to ramming other players .. This is a much more mature, controlled environment. The handling, feedback from the track, laser scanned authenticity all add to it.. its a totally different experience.


Edited By: foulone on May 18, 2015 13:55
Does depth and toughness equal a simulator or does all that plus laser scanned tracks or what?
tickneb
Can't compare project cars to iRacing sorry this is a Sim unlike PC is quite has that arcade feel and very forgiving. There are no consequences for smashing your opponent out unlike iRacing you build your licence and safety rating up and as in professional racing are penalized for causing or being involved in collisions.
That price is very good for iRacing, I picked up a years sub a couple of month ago when it was on offer.

I'm glad that someone understands it!

I'm having a real blast with it, the handling is supreme - combined with the pressure of real consequences makes for an amazing experience. I have quite a collection of racing software and they feel like toys compared to this (rFactor2 and Assetto Corsa coming quite close to be fair).

I really wanted a free demo to try it out, but at just over £1 a month its not a lot to risk - rather spend it on something I know I will enjoy for 3 months rather than 20 steam games that probably wont even get installed.
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iRacing - 3 months for the price of 1 £7.52

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Hey guys. Here is a deal (to race sim fans at least). iRacing, 3 months for the price of 1 at $12. That works out at about £7.52 for 3 months racing. Good deal to me anyway. For new members only.
gunituk07 Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago2 Comments
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