|Appears on the game's boxart, but never actually appears anywhere during gameplay or cutscenes, unless I missed it. However, the boxart is used for a brief loading screen when you start the game, which I guess counts for an entry.|
|Lego version of this unnamed vehicle, I'm just going to call it a 'Rebel Personnel Tug' until it gets its own Wookieepedia page.|
|Briefly appears in Episode IX, can't find an official name for it.|
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes (2015)
| Klumb3r wrote |
Thanks! I do actually have that game on my to-do list (though the vehicles will just be "Star Wars Podracer" a dozen times).
|www.muston.com/classic_cars.html - "The Little Red Wagon"|
|I've found a PDF of illustrations of dozens of 4-4-0 locomotives from the 1850s, the Lowell Machine Shop 'Columbia' on page 21 is a very close match. The only thing that is putting me off IDing it as that is the name - it doesn't make sense that they'd just pick the name 'Rensselaer' out of thin air, when most of the other trains in the game use their real names. I do have a feeling that somewhere out there, in some obscure reference book, there is probably a real locomotive called the Rensselaer (or one from the Rensselaer & Saratoga Railroad) that is a perfect match.|
IGCD Future releases and to do list (2023)
| Comfortably Numb wrote |
For most of the examples you described, if a vehicle model is too low-quality to possibly identify, it can be listed as Made for Game.
| Silnev wrote |
Personally, I would just list is as Blohm & Voss, as they built the only surviving Type VII, unless someone who knows more about WW2 subs can match it to a specific example.
| Biponacci wrote |
|The majority were built by Walkers.|
|Manufacturer is AnsaldoBreda-Bombardier.|
|en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JNR_Class_EF65 - From the Japanese language wiki page, it sounds like Kawasaki produced most of the locos.|
|Based on the name, possibly a Wartburg 353 Tourist?|
|Looks like a reskin of the Riga tram. Greaser, what city did you find this in?|
|This appears in place of the Eurocopter Tiger from the film, but doesn't really resemble it.|
|The closest I can find is this.|
|Probably best to list as MAN, as they built the first prototype.|
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (2019)
| Klumb3r wrote |
Thanks, I'm not sure about "all" of them but I'm going through the ones in my collection.
|It says Polaris on it, so it's probably based on a Polaris Indy? Presumably one that once belonged to someone called Andy?|
| OregonTrainfan wrote |
Looks like something older, like the Klv 53?
| Bruisemobile wrote |
Sure. It does seem to be inspired by the train symbol from the Monopoly board, but calling it Custom Made because it mostly matches a silhouette would be a stretch.
|This vehicle originates from the first ever Lego Star Wars set, but it's been slightly changed to move the seat from the front to the middle. It appears to be a shrunken version of the Rebel Personnel Carrier.|
|A bit of an easter egg, this is from a real Lego set from 1978.|
| ImGonnaSee3 wrote |
It does come from the films: I've found it in Rogue One, but I'm not sure if it has an official name.
|I've found a shot of it from the films: it briefly appears in Episode 1, but I don't think it has an official name.|
| Deathblow wrote |
Not really "stolen", it's a free-to-use model.
Train Sim World 3 (2022)
|I've added all the DLC I have access to, the following ones are missing: Thameslink Class 700, Midland Main Line, Glossop Line, West Cornwall Steam, Loco Addon Bundle 2, BR Class 313, Edinburgh - Glasgow, Island Line 2022, Niddertalbahn, West Cornwall Local, Amtrak's Acela, Long Island Railroad, NEC New York - Trenton, Linke Rheinstrecke, S-Bahn Zentralschweiz, New Journeys, Arosalinie, Holiday Express, Hauptstrecke München-Augsburg, Horseshoe Curve, LIRR M3, DB BR 187, Caltrain MP36PH-3C, CSX C40-8W, 1938 Tube Stock, Sherman Hill, MP15DC, DB BR 363, DB G6.|
| mylogins wrote |
I don't think so, otherwise nearly every car in racing games where you buy cars with credits would have to be marked as unlockable too. The Unlockable flag should only be used for vehicles that you have to 'unlock' before buying by completing some sort of task first (e.g. finishing a certain race/mission, finding collectibles, reaching a rank/level etc.)
| Solarriors wrote |
The majority of games on this site have unlicensed cars, we still ID them as real ones if there's a close enough resemblance.
It looks like a Kia Picanto to me too, but we should probably wait until the game comes out and we get clearer photos from both sides.
|Obviously it's the Monopoly car, but I'm not sure what it should be listed as here. There doesn't seem to be a consensus online on exactly what the token is based on, but most sites say it's a 30s/40s midget racer. Race Car Midget? Custom Made Monopoly Car?|
|The LZ 127 is probably the closest real-life match.|
|The manufacturer should probably be Uniflite, as they built the majority of the PBRs.|
| Speedevil wrote |
The registration plate prefix would place it in 83-84. The livery appears to be Colin McRae's.
|The closest I've found is the Duple Dominant.|