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).
As Crookedmind said: education on mental health is what is needed. (1 Hour ago)
Call of Duty Zombie mode actually looks GUD this year! Truth be told, I've never played the zombie mode in CoD before. (1 Hour ago)
Above that, the side effects are sometimes very pronounced. Also, with almost all those meds, suicide is a side effect. (2 Hours ago)
... deals with the problem, how the patient is being treated, and what the patient does for himself. There are so many variables, that interpreting studies on those meds, is extremely difficult. (2 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: About the efficacy: I have had a discussion with a psychiatrist on the medicins. The drugs are as useful as a placebo. The thing that matters most, is how the environment of the patient ... (2 Hours ago)
of mental health problems go through. It's not a joke, even if people have polluted the waters of what is and isn't really a condition. It needs to be taken at least as serious as diabetes. (6 Hours ago)
and killed a bunch of people. If I had the money I would open my own awareness center to educate people as to how important mental health is, and what those suffering from either side of the aisle... (6 Hours ago)