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TEST DRIVE UNLIMITED 2 PS3

Plataforma : PlayStation 3
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 1 opinión de cliente

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 17 x 13,5 x 1,5 cm ; 68 g
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Merece la pena cuando cueste menos de 15€, en cuanto a motor de juego es exactamente igual que el uno, lo que cambia es el sitio, más coches y personalización de las casas
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas So much fun! 19 de febrero de 2013
Por phoongdan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This game is really fun! And the graphics and environments are very vivid and well done. The game mechanics are pretty solid too I think for most vehicles I've driven but I did notice some of the cars don't handle well and are difficult to control while others seem fine. I like how you are basically always online with other racers - the individual gameplay and online play flow together well. You can choose to interact with them or not - accept challenges or simply keep playing on your own in career mode. Choosing to join a police chase online to catch a racer is a fun option too.

The environments are open, so you can just drive around and discover things, but there is also a storyline to progress. It's a really nice blend of sandbox and linear progression. And I like how you can choose to do individual missions to earn extra money so that you can buy cars and houses. No wonder you are able to afford that $150,000 home so quickly when girls are paying you $15,000 to drive their car to the shop for them to get serviced! LOL. Unrealistic yes, but fun, and it allows you to accumulate money quickly to buy cars and houses. And I love the opportunity to drive the Ferrari 308 GTS, one of my favorite cars of all-time which I've never had the chance to drive/race in any other of the dozen or so racing games I've played before. Well done Atari!

The main drawbacks to the game that I've noticed are the cheesy dialogue and the game is a touch glitchy: it crashed once on me over the weekend forcing a restart and a couple of times I was driving and it just glitched and restarted me at another location. And apparently Porsche didn't allow their cars to be used by name in the game, so you end up with "fake Porsches" which isn't a big deal for me as I don't often choose them in racing games, but others might find this disappointing.

I like what Atari is doing here with this franchise. They have developed a racing game that blends sandbox with linear story line progression with a role-playing game. Well done!

Final Grade: B+
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not the best racer, but still tons of fun. 7 de abril de 2011
Por Joseph Flannery - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Day 1: Got the game and everything in the game looks great, good detail level, good shadows and lighting. The cars are pretty. Most of the cars sound pretty damned nice as well.

Offline Experience:
Races: Fun, not too long, not enough of a challenge yet, but I am hoping as I progress farther that they will be harder.

Time Trials: Offroad trials are the best. Have a long corner that is the suggested route, but you think you can go faster over open ground? Go for it. Get friendly with your e-brake for these. Onroad trials are a bit trickier. Any time you go off pavement it adds to your penalty time which is added to you total time at the end of the trial. Creates an interesting, "Do I cut the corner to save time or stay on pavement to avoid penalty time?" race aspect. Also seemingly easy.

Eliminators: Just what it sounds like. Last person is eliminated each lap until one remains.

Speed Traps: You have a series of cameras that you must pass going as fast as possible. It is up to you to figure out the best route and way to get around and hit them at best speed.

Speed Runs: Stay over a certain speed to score points. Faster you go, faster you score points.

Steering is/can be a bit wonky at first. But there are plenty of steering/throttle/brake options to be able to fine tune it just how you like it. Without those options this game would be a 2 for me.

Buying houses, avatar interaction, and more all seem to be pretty cool as well. House customization is nice and was unexpected. Havent started tuning or adding decals to cars yet so I cant comment on that.

Not bad, but not perfect. Car/racing physics could be better on pavement. Maybe this will get better as I progress farther into the game, but for now this is where it stands.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Enjoyable, on and off-line (or road for that matter) 14 de julio de 2011
Por B. A. Barrington - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The first thing you will notice is the text in the game. If you don't have a large screen television, you will find it very difficult to read. In most cases it is just a collection of small blurs in the corner of the screen. This can be very frustrating, especially at the beginning of the game when those small blurs are supposed to be helpful hints.

The second thing that I noticed was that the mini map was slightly disorienting. When it showed me at my turn I was still half a block away. But I adapted to it quickly enough.

As in the original, you can drive anywhere on the map. That is anywhere it would be physically possible to drive in real life, and yes, even during races. So, if you a re looking for a racing game where you can ride the barriers around the corners (or anywhere else for that matter) keep looking. In this game the most you will get are some very moveable concrete barriers, that you can in fact go around.

In some races, usually time trials, you have what I call a "dirt meter". What it is in fact is a penalty bar. In the case of most time trials, it will add to your over all time for the length of time you are off the road. And just so you know, on your top is counted as off the road (I found this out the hard way).

The physics of this game do allow for some horrendous wrecks. And there is visible damage to the car, but no noticeable damage to the performance. The damage will be automatically repaired at various points in the game, like pulling into a house. You can go to a car-wash and have three scantily clad (i.e.shorts and half shirts) women hand wash your car for 1500 credits. But they do not repair it. This seems to serve little purpose, but always reminds me of the scene in the movie "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou" with the sirens on the river bank.

There are various licenses that are needed to unlock various levels of racing events. I believe there a re 4 levels to each of the 3 vehicle classes. The classes are C for classics (usually the least expensive vehicles) B for off-road vehicles, and A for asphalt (anything from a WRX to a Bugati Veryon)

There are a wide variety of vehicles in this game, but don't expect anything even remotely like GT5's list. The performance upgrades are very similar to TDU (1). You can upgrade three aspects of the vehicle to four levels each. The aspects are acceleration, speed, and braking. And you simply purchase them, you cannot adjust them.

Visual upgrades include a full spectrum of paint colors for most cars, A variety of customizable vinyls or "stickers" for most cars, although some cars are paintable, but do not allow the option of vinyls. And a few cars have custom rims available.

So all in all, vehicle customization is available, but very limited. You do, however, have the option to customize your houses, your hairstyle, and even your face. Yes plastic surgery is available, however, you cannot alter the body of your avatar, with the exception of skin tone and clothing.

The Cops are an upgrade from the original. In the original, you had three cops annoying you (the third sounded like Keanu Reeves playing Captain Kirk playing an annoying cop, and no I didn't mean William Shatner or TJ Hooker). And to evade them, all you had to do was get far enough off road. In this one, the last thing you want to do is stay off road. The helicopter WILL get you if you try. When going off road, you have a few seconds before the heli arrests you. To evade the cops though all you have to do is keep moving for about two minutes. But, his can be much harder than it sounds.

The racing can be challenging, as can the license tests, but I believe the main appeal of this game is the massive online community gameplay available. Sort of like "Second Life" but, with cars. There are many things about this game that are specifically designed for online play, but this game is still very enjoyable offline.

On a 1 to 10 scale, with 1 being barely playable, and 10 being the greatest game ever, I would give this game a 7.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Poor graphics & stupid features keep it from being great 11 de junio de 2013
Por JLZ - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I think you have to have one of those $200 wheels to do all the races. I can win most with my controller, but some of the higher level ones I can't because there's no way to control the car with a controller properly. I'm disabled & can't afford one of those wheels. Also, the only way to make enough money is to do this hack thing involving constantly having to quit, save the Save Data file, & restart. But you can't drive all over Ibiza & Oahu. Since I can no longer drive, this feature is the best. You can also buy houses & yachts. At least with this game I can have what I can't in real life. Graphics are poor & can keep you from winning races. You almost have to memorize race course to win.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Detailed game for great price 5 de agosto de 2013
Por Jay - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This game is extremely detailed when it comes to the map. The online interactions are a little less than I was hoping but still fun. There is so much to explore which puts it at a game you can't just finish in a month. The graphics are average for a PS3 but decent enough to show detail. The car selection was less than I expected. I would like to see at least a hundred cars, but there was much less than that. Although there was a shortage of cars, ALL and I mean ALL cars were interesting and cool. Not like Gran Turismo where they boast about having over 1000 cars, but then you end up seeing that over 250 of those cars are just plain stupid. Over all this game is heaps fun to play and is a great buy.


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