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Zain Adeel

orite!.. is it just me or the lighting is making the cars look like Dinky Toys!!!!!

seriously!!!.. maybe it looks better moving.

anybody thinks the same?

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Hedon

Thanks for making the thread AB. I hope I didn't push you too hard to make it ;). I would have made it, but you spend 99.9% more time in the Sony section than I do biggrin.gif

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Fish

Before this thread takes off, how about we post our own photos and vids, rather than random random stuff we've found?

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Before this thread takes off, how about we post our own photos and vids, rather than random random stuff we've found?

Sure thing but I had to start the thread somehow.

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rajputwarrior

night/rain racing looks scary...

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Aaron Olive

night/rain racing looks scary...

Really have to be easy on the throttle and brakes.

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MightyJordan

Subscribed. :)

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MightyJordan

^ Holy moly! :o

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-KJ

The attention to detail in this game is amazing. These are perfectionists, and they deliver... it just takes a console's lifetime to deliver. :laugh:

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Intersect

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looks like its about to take off, reminds me of the zonda in gt3 that would fly off the track if

you set up the car incorectly.

edit made a type was ment to be GT3 not 4

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MightyJordan

looks like its about to take off, reminds me of the zonda in gt4 that would fly off the track if

you set up the car incorectly.

Never heard about that one before, but I do remember doing that to the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak in GT3! :p

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Intersect

Never heard about that one before, but I do remember doing that to the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak in GT3! :p

was in gt3, made a typo

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NamoBhagavan

is the final running on 1080p/60fps?

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lol, these are standard cars by the way

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Fourjays

The standard cars look pretty decent to me. Are the windows slightly darker than premium cars or is it just lighting?

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TDQuiksilver

Looks to be darker. Even though he's in the shade, the car behind also has dark windows.

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Some Ferrari porn!

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Hedon

The standard cars look pretty decent to me. Are the windows slightly darker than premium cars or is it just lighting?

Standards are darked out because they did not fully recreate the interiors.

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