After two episodes of Test Drive Unlimited, the franchise is literally back on track with Test Drive : Ferrari Racing Legends, an episode developed by Slightly Mad Studios, famous for the Shift series, and of course, their current ongoing project, Project CARS. No more open roads to cruise on, this new opus is only about racing on 39 tracks (in 16 different locations). The driving sensations are very similar to those of Shift 1 and 2, so they're pretty good overall despite the cars' tendency to drift, but the main problem is that the game is incredibly difficult. Very early on, you'll find yourself stuck, not being able to reach the finish line in time, even in easy mode. As you can't move on to the next challenge without completing the one before, it makes progressing into the game very frustrating, unless you stick to the first part of the career (1947-1973).
@droezelke: If X1 was 30fps, i'd be fine with it, but it's going from 30 to like 40, never smooth, constant stuttering during camera rotation. If they fix that...i'm good. (28 minutes ago)
@droezelke: Looks a hell of a lot more impressive than either of the afore mentioned games on medium settings and runs fine line that on most gaming setups, i imagine. (1 Hour ago)
@Megido: Well, a game that runs only optimal on Maxwell GPU's, and in sli, I wouldn't call that an optimised game as well. (1 Hour ago)
Game that looks great but runa at 30, ok. Game looks mediocre and still runs at 30, no excuse. Just shite porting. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: Never said anything of the kind, and by comparison witcher 3 looks amazing. Watchdogs SHOULD run at 60 on my rig, witcher 3 blows that game out of the water. (1 Hour ago)
When it's about The Witcher 3, people are more forgiving. Then suddenly 30fps becomes 'fine' (1 Hour ago)
@Megido: Sure. It's your preference, but the only thing I meant was '30 fps is not considered fine on PC'. When WatchDogs, AC: Unity, ... ran below 60 on PC, people say it runs awful. (1 Hour ago)