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About MajorRawne

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  1. When I get a racing game I always tend to go for normal, average front-wheel drive saloons (sedans) and do them up. I usually hate using RWD sports cars except for the Honda NSX.

    In GT2 my main cars are a Honda Prelude, Peugeot 406 and Nissan Primera estate (station wagon), all modified into their racing versions.

    In fact I recently spent 800 points downloading new motor packs for Forza 3 mainly to get the Peugeot RCZ (which I later realised was available as a free download) and the Vauxhall Insignia VXR.

    I believe other people would be more interested in the Ferraris and Aston Martins that are also available in these packs.

    Does anyone else prefer the less powerful, ordinary cars to all the "dream" cars in their racing game?

    Or am I setting my sights in the gutter, when they should be in the bright constellations of Maserati and Lotus?

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    2. 40oz


      Kirby said:


      What the fuck is taxi driver? Do you mean Crazy Taxi? Oh god i really hope you do.

    3. stewboy


      I play and recommend TrackMania United.

    4. wildweasel


      I'm actually a Forza 3 man myself, mainly for the paint kit, but when GT5 gets cheaper I might get that solely on principle that it has the Top Gear test track.

      I enjoy making stylish-looking cars. My car of choice at the moment is my '61 Jaguar E-type which I've painted to look like Austin Powers' Shaguar.

      That's to say nothing of the fact that I absolutely suck at driving (I insist on turning off just about all of the driving assists except for half of the racing line, so it'll only tell me when I should be braking).