Author Topic: JDM Cars?  (Read 2709 times)

1MKing™

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I'd like to see some jdm style cars. and since this game goes in the direction to make all cars rusty it would be awesome to see some drift style cars with rusty spoilers and stuff.

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toyota: corolla ae86, supra
Mazda: rx7
Mitsubishi: evo 8 (rwd converted), eclipse
ford: mustang (yeah, technically not jdm!)
etc.

btw. will there be drifting as a game mode?  :)
« Last Edit: June 26, 2014, 05:52:16 AM by 1MKing™ »

Speedevil

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How is the Mustang a JDM car?

deadmoroz14

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How is the Mustang a JDM car?
He just want to drift ;)
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Majatek

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Technically spoilers on JDM tuners are made of plastic and carbon fibre, so they can't actually rust (as rust is iron oxide, which requires some form of metal). I don't think these cars would fit with the aesthetic of the game anyway.
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1MKing™

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yeah the mustang isnt jdm but still a popular drift car, and yes spoilers wont rust... dont lay everything i say on a gold scale. ;)
« Last Edit: June 26, 2014, 05:53:04 AM by 1MKing™ »

sam223

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toyota supra minus all the plastic

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dbs213

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Absolutely not. I don't think new modern day cars and rust would be a good mix. Really. (don't get me started on Rat culture okay?)
As what Majatek said, they don't fit the game at all.
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Frisker

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You'd bring Skyline to banger race? Well.. meet my '69 Charger, let's see who gets hurt most!

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sam223

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nissan fairlady/Datsun 280ZX


« Last Edit: June 26, 2014, 02:44:31 PM by sam223 »
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bumschneef

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I Think that Toyota AE86 and a Datsun 510 would be perfect for this gamemkay

Frisker

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Ford Sierra would be epic!


Alfa Romeo 168 would be great fit too.



And of course that Datsun and Corolla AE86! YES!

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Ford Sierra's are ugly looking and bad for crashing.Gotta be old school ford if i had the choice.Mk1/2 granada,mk1/3/5 cortina or a capri.

Other Jap suggestions. Datsun 260c/280c Nissan Cedric/laurel/Bluebird(RWD) Toyota Crown custom/Crown Super saloon/Celica/Cressida




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btw. will there be drifting as a game mode?  :)


No to drifting in NCG!!!

It is really not fitting to NCG!!!
only time I like to so calldrift, is when I am getting sideways briefly around sharp bend. I do not like drifting in any game.
only getting the ass-end of the car sideways when absolutely needed.

Frisker

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btw. will there be drifting as a game mode?  :)


No to drifting in NCG!!!

It is really not fitting to NCG!!!
only time I like to so calldrift, is when I am getting sideways briefly around sharp bend. I do not like drifting in any game.
only getting the ass-end of the car sideways when absolutely needed.


Drifting is awesome, but only in the right game. So I agree, no drifting to NCG. Atleast not as a gamemode, of course there are ways to create your own drift event, like I used to do in Gran Turismo 4. I just went to time attack/practice mode, tuned my car and drifted :D

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Speedevil

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Drifting really feels good, but it shouldn't be a game mode. Such modes are always annoying.