GT Legends Game PC (2006/PC/FullIso/Multi)
Game Platforme(s) : PC | Language : Multi | Release Date : Jan 23, 2006
Publisher : Viva Media, LLC | Developer : SimBin | Genre : GT / Street Racing | Size : 2.34 Gb
In spring of 2005, developer SimBin and publisher 10tacle Studios dragged the PC racing world back to reality with the warmly received GTR: FIA GT Racing game. In a time when virtual vehicular competition was moving inexorably in the opposite direction, GTR was a welcome respite for those who bled transmission fluid and desperately wanted to pilot authentic cars on authentic tracks against authentic competition.
Less than a year later, SimBin and 10tacle return to the pavement with GTRs descendant, GT Legends, a game that benefits from SimBins typically superb physics treatment and attention to detail. It also sports one very intriguing twist.
Rather than following the crowd and throwing drivers behind the wheel of the latest high-tech thoroughbreds, the game travels down a far different road. Effectively mimicking the FIAs current real-life FIA-GTC-GT Historic Racing Championships, GT Legends takes a cue from Papyrus Grand Prix Legends and concerns itself wholly with vintage 60s and 70s racing machines. From tricked-out water bugs like the Mini and Cortina to growling Shelbys, slick Porsches, and a variety of madly powerful built-for-racing beasts, the game is a journey into the past on todays tracks. And its one hell of a ride.
Unlike GPL, which initially proved too difficult for so many players, and different from other time-traveling racing games that plop you in glorified hovercrafts, GT Legends delivers a gritty, entirely believable, and eminently scalable experience. When played at the most approachable of its five difficulty levels, GT Legends is a great racing game for those who dont want to sweat the details. But when undertaken at either of its two or three most challenging difficulty levels, its a truly impressive drive that doesnt keep you on the edge of your seat by being frustratingly impossible (hello, GPL), but rather by convincing you that you must treat your virtual car like you would a real, live hunk of machinery.
It doesnt completely follow the Papyrus NASCAR Racing formula either. Magnificent and certainly light years ahead of its competition at the time, the NASCAR Racing physics modeling engine now seems somewhat rudimentary in comparison. Case in point--any NASCAR Racing road course, where Papyrus excellent oval-based physics engineering seemed to evaporate under the weight of turn diversification. Conversely, the physics behind GT Legends simply feels right. Everything makes sense. You dont ever feel as if youre "on rails," but at the same time you never believe the designers sneaked a little extra coding in there just to make things more difficult than they should be. And, if youre driving well and you watch the replay closely from a TV view, youll see your maneuvering doesnt look at all out of place. In essence, GT Legends teaches you how to drive properly and follow the rules of physics. If you dont, you wont win.
Drivers fortunate enough to have driven GTR will undoubtedly feel familiar with SimBins physics concept. However, this isnt GTR. These vintage cars are far removed from the vehicles on display in last years effort, and SimBin has adapted well. Perhaps most exciting is the games added wheelspin. Generally, cars from this era werent equipped with nearly as much downforce as their modern counterparts, and youll notice it as you drift through turns and deal with the ominous feeling that youre not quite one with the road as you blast down a high-speed straightaway. Naturally, as with any game of this caliber, a supersmooth approach and careful modulation of acceleration and braking are necessities. Moreover, youll need to completely familiarize yourself with each circuit before you stand a chance of winning.
* 25 versions of real trails Monza, Donington and Mondello Park
* 5 difficulty levels - up to superrealistichnogo simulator
* Ability to win new trophies and buy cars online Challenge
* Authentic ??????? recorded using these racing machines FIA
* Graphics of the last generation, providing stunning visual effects and compelling day and night!
* Well designed multiplayer mode
1- Extract Rar File
2- Click "GTL_Setup_EGFIS.exe" to Instal the Game
3- Extract "Crack.rar"
4- Copy All "Crack" Folder Content to the Directory Game (Replace)
5- Play & Have Fun .................... Enjoy ;) Download:
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