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Deetz

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Progress Report? ETA Til Next Beta? PC Gamers need you haha!
« on: January 04, 2017, 10:27:19 am »
In a world of "Upgrade Stage 1,Stage 2, Stage 3"   I have been waiting for this game to come out for EVER lol.

How is it coming?!!?! There is no good racing games anymore :(   Nitto is gone   and Motor City Online is but a faint memory  these days. I have a need for Tuning and Digital Speed.


Steam Workshop this  and get some mod submissions already !   

Please update me :P


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Re: Progress Report? ETA Til Next Beta? PC Gamers need you haha!
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2017, 10:53:28 am »
Agreed. Can we get an update on this game? I feel that there are more people looking forward to it than there are on this page. Do we need more donations or what else can be done to get a 3rd edition of this classic game. Look forward to seeing something soon.
Thank you

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Re: Progress Report? ETA Til Next Beta? PC Gamers need you haha!
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2017, 11:26:10 pm »
No good racing games in the vain of SR1 and 2 and MCO and HotRod American Street Drag but ,there are some good ones out there. One of the Devs posted on face book that they are tinkering with Unity Game Engine again.

It is not as simple as just making stages SR3  is bigger game than most realize and a monolithic under taking, especially with plans and story line being historical correct for the period. (1972 before the oil crysis)

Being steam require jumping a number or large legal hurdles too.

As long as the forums and site are up or the the very least the domain under out control it's all good and won't go away over my cold, dead, lifeless body.  ;D
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Re: Progress Report? ETA Til Next Beta? PC Gamers need you haha!
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2017, 02:58:49 pm »
No good racing games in the vain of SR1 and 2 and MCO and HotRod American Street Drag but ,there are some good ones out there. One of the Devs posted on face book that they are tinkering with Unity Game Engine again.

It is not as simple as just making stages SR3  is bigger game than most realize and a monolithic under taking, especially with plans and story line being historical correct for the period. (1972 before the oil crysis)

Being steam require jumping a number or large legal hurdles too.

As long as the forums and site are up or the the very least the domain under out control it's all good and won't go away over my cold, dead, lifeless body.  ;D

Really, you still believe that this game will ever be made.

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Re: Progress Report? ETA Til Next Beta? PC Gamers need you haha!
« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2017, 10:22:08 pm »
When I first joined these forums over a decade ago, most of the game and game engine had to be designed, engineered and coded manually! Now we have libraries and game engines to empower game developers more than ever before and these tools repositories improve and grow every day.

That's not even the half of it, there were design complexities that were debated or unknown solutions for only for games of the genre to come out and offer interesting ideas on ways to figure things out. The power of the internet also now allows us information, historical documentation, photos and even videos that show and answer questions and provide direction and historical fact that can now also aid the design process as well as aid with creation of art assets and or design of said art assets.

What was once 90% a question of man power and cold hard cash has shifted more towards a matter of drive and time, as in cost not inevitability.

Even if it never comes to fruition there have already been several tech demos made, the first 2 of which were made with far far fewer softwares, tools and information available.
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