Almost 4 years day to day after the released of the ever great PGR2, Bizarre Creations finally releases a worthy successor after the midly disappointing PGR3. Enjoy these 8 new videos of Project Gotham Racing 4, that should give you a better idea of the good stuff to come. More impressions after the jump.
With a completely new career mode, a more than complete arcade mode, weather effects with a real impact on the driving, motorbikes that actually make sense gameplay-wise compared to the cars and most importantly some great new cities, Project Gotham Racing 4 is the most complete racing experience available to date. And we should take our sweet time enjoying it, since it will be the last one developed by Bizarre Creations now that they have been bought by Activision.
Also worth mentioning, the Force Feedback wheel support in PGR4 is spot on perfect, much much better than PGR3's patch.
@GriftGFX: The PC community is much more critical. They don't invest in expensive hardware to buy games on a platform that doesn't work for their hardware (6 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: I don't believe at all that Windows Store in it's current state can be a succes. (6 Hours ago)
but they're not going to back away from it. That's why the subtle acceptance of UWP is a very real problem. It's mostly the consumer's dumb fault I guess. (7 Hours ago)
Why? He keeps saying they're addressing consumer complaints while avoiding the real issues with the sandbox. Fixing v-sync isn't going to cut it. The whole agenda is fundamentally flawed (7 Hours ago)
Spencer should be honest about that by saying it will improve soon. That would be good PR. If Remedy says that they can't optimise for UWP, that should be his concern. (7 Hours ago)
I saw those comments live and I think they're just talk. Talk is cheap. (7 Hours ago)