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    NFS Shift, bad to worst...

    This game sure teaches bad habits, lol... I don't normally drive like this (Jeevz does, lol) but after the first corner crash left my car with a heavy pull, I decided just to finish and see what I could do... it wasn't pretty...

    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aKZZpQZf2s[/media]



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    Fun game, but all these races are on simulation settings, with realistic damage... I think not.

    Still can't wait to move on to FM3 thou... and back to DiRT2... just getting my money's worth right now with NFS Shift.
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    Re: NFS Shift, bad to worst...

    Yay for bad physics! Those cars looked like they were made of styrofoam when they were tumbling through that first turn.
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    Re: NFS Shift, bad to worst...

    exactly my opinion... great graphics and sounds, great cars and tracks... with terrible handling and over aggressive AI.

    But I'm getting my monies worth before FM3 (for the xbox 360) and Race On (for the PC).
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    Re: NFS Shift, bad to worst...

    Which do you like better between this game and Dirt 2?
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    DiRT2... just so different and so real... the environment, the racing... incredible. JMO
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    Re: NFS Shift, bad to worst...

    Man that video is hilarious. I get the impression you're driving a VW Bug towards the end because everything is all scrunched up from crashing. Love how practically all the cars crash on the major turns and the ones flipped upside down get flipped over again and drive off.

    Clearly simulation quality realism at its best.
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