| TheGreaser wrote |
What?? How? Are his comments around or is he banned?
He's actually even worse on IMCDb, he just copy-pastes text from around the site and spurts gibberish.
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| Rinspeed wrote |
or i will let you recognize a lot of old european cars.... and we will see if you were better.
Actually I would love to see that.
|This is told him many times.|
|Wow, export tail lights!|
| TheGreaser wrote |
I hate them too, they are so awful, just like that Thailand guy. Don't worry about what they're saying.
The thailand guy (tatar) has now transferred over to IMCDb...
No Time to Explain (2011)
|I remember my friend telling me about this game: "I'm a delicious muffin!"|
Used Car Dealer (2017)
|Cheeky bastards stole the script in the icon from an event in Forza Horizon 4.|
| RushCars24 wrote |
dunno which year where the Estonian police has started used this newer livery as of today.
Forza Motorsport (2023)
| TheGreaser wrote |
If anything - I'd be the one that would know what could be in the new Forza Motorsport:
-The GTPlanet article mentioned that there would be an ability to select any car, without buying them, which is akin to PC1-PC2.
-They also mentioned that there would be dynamic track temperature - which in other words - we'll see the possibility of actual dynamic weather (maybe more weather conditions) and time. Seems like they're also going to go for realism - another tenet of PCARS.
-The possibility of licensed songs (FM3 imo had the best songs, like Rise Against)
-Go back to the style of FM4's career mode, and offer up challenges
-Get rid of the cheating Drivatar AI
-Get rid of mods, burncards and prize crates
-Have a superior livery editor, and not the same crap we've seen for literally 5-6 previous Forzas!
-I would also consider dynamic vehicle deterioration - when racing for miles, the cars break down based on atmospheric elements
-Functional dashboard pieces (not static)
-Have dynamic track changes and seasons (depending on climate type)
- Remove all those clothing, emotes and horns from the wheelspin. Seriously, 95% of the time I spin the wheel I end up with some sort of useless hat I'll never wear or a melody horn. That's not what people spin the wheel for! They want credits or cars! Put that other stuff in a shop or something.
- Improve Anna so she actually leads you directly to your destination and not as far as the legal roads go. Also annoyed that she priortizes drift zones. She automatically makes their end the new destination when entering them, and removes the route to your original destination completely. Forzathons should also ask to join and not automatically started just because they happen to be on the way to your destination and you drive through them.
The King of Fighters ALLSTAR (2018)
|Of course they had to put Mai on the icon, otherwise the game wouldn't sell.|
|"Hin & Weg" (which approximately translated to "enchanted," "blown away") is probably a moving company since it literally means "off and away"|
"Mach mal Platz da!" means "Make way there!"
| Alif R wrote |
Did they change those words in the German version of this game? This game had 3 y.o rating lol
That's the joke.
|"Rainer Zufall" (homophone of 'reiner zufall', complete coincidence) is a German name pun, like Mike Rotch in English. |
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|The spedition company is called "Whatshisname and Whatchamacallit" (lit. "Hit me dead and hit me away")|
|"Punch & Drunk: tasty sausage water"|
|"Natural mineral water by the German reinheitsgebot" ('purity order' regulations that limit the ingredients of beer to hop, malt, yeast and water, it's funny because this is mineral water)|
| TheGreaser wrote |
The PC version has a different name of a company, Reibach & Habgier (an energy company).
Like in GTA, the company names have deeper meanings
Reibach is a German word that refers to manipulatively gained overproportional high income, "Habgier" is greed.
Raffke is a pejorative term for a parvenu or someone who quickly made money and is bragging with it, while "Meuchler" is a very old (18th/19th century) term for a thief or robber.
Bonus: "D. Monkeysack Inc."
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|And "apparently" sounds like you're not too sure yourself. LMAO.|
|I haven't played the game in a while, but I think she said PGR3. Otherwise you would be right though.|
|LaRacer clearly needs to wait a few years before talking about video games - or play some older ones:|
She claims the 512 TR was in Outrun, yet that car was of course a Testarossa. You might call me picky, but I think any passionate Ferrarista will tell you EVERYTHING is different if you say the 512 TR was merely a facelift of the Testarossa.
And really? For this car she chooses to reference Project Gotham Racing 3? Ferrari F355 Challenge is a much more well-known game, which, what's more, is devoted entirely to the car. IT WAS RIGHT THERE AND THEY DIDN'T USE IT!
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|Nice to see Marec is still a topic on here, just like when I was here eight years ago.|
I think it's rather Maisak, if any other veteran members remembers him.
|You mean "69 Blaze It"?|
|@Rushcars24 - Are you f...ing serious? Who the (yay) are you to judge whether a comment is not long enough? His comment states everything one wants to know, the make, the model and also the chassis code. You are seriously getting more and more childish and immature...|
And about waiting for it so long to become known - there's a edit button. No one's stopping you from using it.
Now, this can't be a Montana as, assuming this is a photo, they always had unpainted cladding. Looks like the snow on the door is resting on a lengthy badge - Trans Sport.
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|Stance and studded tires are very reminiscent of prewar cars cheaply "restored" in the Eastern Bloc using what they had.|
|No need to pop the champagne, I'm staying on IMCDb to identify real vehicles, that don't just exist in the minds of their developers (this one isn't like that, but you know what I mean) and that have no definite ID.|
|Geez, you really have some problems, don't you? A Chevrolet Tahoe might not be very common in Vietnam, so he might not know about it.|
And no one is 'reserved' to identifying something. Stop being so childish and immature.
I don't know jack shit about the Daihatsu Zebra, Toyota Limo or Toyota Kijang, would you verbally attack me the same way if I listed them as unknown?
(And yes, I just came back after lurking for three years)
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|Is it just me or does he look like he has eyes in his headlights too?...|
|Ahhh, that explains it! It's a Chinese car, it has bits and pieces stolen from all kinds of cars!|
|Smokey's a Hudson truck, a 1947 if I recall.|
|I suddenly remember why those tail lights looked so familiar imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/image-fotoshowBig-4493bf1a-57030.jpg|
| Twilight Sparkplug wrote |
I think cars should just carry on being labled as Made for game if they are too generic to resemble any particular car.
Yes. Otherwise we'll argue ourselves to death on what they are.
|Western Star-ish grille and headlights.|
|Plate is from a 2002 21093 - coincidence?|
|You know what?|
I think there ought to be a rule that added stylized cars must clearly be based off something (no question for licensed cars like from NFS or stock photos from online games)
If not, they are deleted. Same rule as on IMCDb with cartoons.
See, with this rule, Stratum Wars and Ingot Wars might've been prevented.
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|I have been wondering for a longer amount of time if he is possibly ACE the ultimatum resurrected - that was also an aggressive Finnish user.|
|The Rascal was based off the Carry.|
|This generation was not sold in the US.|
|Because we all know the sound a chicken makes is 'quack'...|
|Õige, mu sõber!|
1986 31512 by (front) plate.
| makkaraperunat wrote |
Yeah, at this point, it's obvious you're shitposting on purpose.
Now - who are you? SizSkiizd? I know he made a troll account for April Fools back in 2010.
There is no way in HELL that this guy is SizSkiizd.
| JFK wrote |
All Tin Lizzies in Mafia are proably 1919 models, because when you start it, you dont need starting-crank (thanks Google translator), electric starter equipped Tin Lizzies were produced in 1919, according to Czech wiki.
I though so too, but they never came as standard (would have been too expensive for a car anyone was supposed to afford) and I've seen them on 1926-1927 models as well.
|In what race did this compete?|
|The van is standing in absolute no parking zone, but it's a police van, so I guess it's okay...|