- Aug 17, 2007
If it's a true sim it will be fantastic but given how much codemasters go on about their 'sims' im not holding my breath yet.
Yes... expectations are low now. :struggle:I can not drive "real" sims out from the sofa! What does that tell you? ...
Full marks on the positive spin, boss. Now that's a manager who's had his cereal in the morning. Not to burst your bubble or anything, but golf is also built for live gaming (imagine going up against Tiger at Augusta!)Unlike any other major sport, the WRC is absolutely built for live gaming. That’s the ability for you or I to sit at home our sofas and drive in a rally in real time on your computer.
I can not drive "real" sims out from the sofa! What does that tell you? Will it be a new Colin McRae rally?
I think we should wait and see. You're jumping to conclusions based on one word so far. It was a press announcement after all and its far easier to convey to those reading it that you can play this at home on your computer by using the word 'sofa' rather than some other convoluted expression such as "at home in front of your computer sat at your desk" or "in your gaming room sat on your chair" Maybe he should have just said "you can experience it at home sat in front of your computer with your plastic wheels and pedals pretending to be a rally driver"Yes... expectations are low now. :struggle:
ABout the Real Codriver, some Teams Doit, but they uses to Monitors, and the codriver is in the same ROOM, Maybe if you have a Power PC, you can use a webcam with SKYPE; MSN; Somthing ells, Game streaming is avialable, but does it work properly Beats me ?:sleepy:What I think would be the cherry on the cake would be the abaility to turn off im-game pacenotes and have real-life co-driver events. Like you choose a buddy and you dod a shakedown, he makes notes, and over TS he can be your co-driver.
I suggested it for RSRBR, but there's no real way for the other guy to see the driver on the stage