www.racer.nl - its more of a driving sim then game. Totaly sick physics engine I telly you. Unfortuneatly it's somethat buggy. But it's made by one guy alone. Other peeps do tracks and cars of course...
Heres the INI-file for a BMW M5!!! Check out all these settings! You can change them however you like!
Thanks! You can edit the physics files a little bit but it's nowhere near Racer. It is a crappy physics engine and graphics too, but it's relatively easy to model in. MM2 is alittle tougher but the camera controls are nice. I haven't found a good, new sim racer that I like. EA's F1 is supposed to be great but I get bored easier on tracks instead of cities or roads.
I tried Racer, but it just doesn't feel right. Maybe it's the real-real world physics that feel strange compared to everything else. I prefer sims to arcade anyway but Racer just feels or works strange on my machine.
It might... As it is "shareware" (freeware really) it contains a lot of bugs.
I jsut can't understand why they did not continue making games like NFS Porsche. It was great. Lots of cars, many nice little features (turning indicator, warning lights ect); nice graphics and such... And the physics engine was great compared to anything but Racer. But noooo lats make HP2 a arcade with great GFX but no interior or feel or realism... Why use real world cars when they all behave the same? And they always have huuuuuge enignes... Like... me and a friend tried to make a cool movie in HP2... Choise of car was the Mercedes AMG CL55 as it looks just great and fitted in - as the car was supposed to drive out from a mansion on one of the tracks.... I tell you you had to be VERY easy on the throttle... Otherwise the car would just spin and smoke and sound like you pushed the pedal to the metal when just trying to get the thing moving...
I didn't know you could make movies with HP2?! I tried the demo and the moment I saw it was more arcade racing from EA I gave up. I loved NFSU and played it ALOT. Raced online abit too. It's too bad that was never editable. I loved how you could feel the difference between a 50's, 70's and 90's cars. Really cool, I may have to play NFSU again soon.
I liked the physics of Sports Car GT and Viper too but they can get old. Heck, even GTA3 has better car physics than some EA games.
I guess I'll just keep looking for that next great Racing Sim.