Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Bolletje, Aug 5, 2009.
New But actually bought within the last week or so.. No names needed.
The Images says it all.
You will enjoy it, trust me.
I've always found rally games hard to play, I dunno. I have the first Dirt Rally though.
If you try the Sega Rally games you might find them much easier to control.
Thanks for that, will look into it.
Are they good though?
Yeah. Well, they are very arcade like, not sims.
Great. I'll see what they have on Steam as that is my usual go to for games. I also enjoy rally games but because of their difficulty they are usually out of my grasp. This is the main reason I haven't played tonnes of Project Cars even though I rather enjoy that game. It is brutal.
I don't think you will find any of them on Steam or other digital only shop. You will have to get them physical version, or...you know.
I don't do with games what you insinuated. I'll just pass for now, hopefully the series goes digital some day and lands on Steam.
Thanks all the same for putting this on my radar.
Sega Rally Revo was on Steam at one time, but it was pulled off the store 10 years ago due to some licensing issues.
I don't see it as a problem if no one sells it, but do as you want.
Regardless as I said, you can still find physical versions online, most likely used.
It's a shame really. I highly doubt it will appear online again or any sequel as Sega disbanded the team IIRC.
Sega Rally Revo is a pretty old game nowadays.
But it is still a classic.
i think that My TP Link AC1750 is seriously starting to struggle with the amount of Wifi Connected devices around the house..
Hopefully this should hold out much better.
ASUS DSL-AC88U WiFi Modem Router - AC 3100, Dual-band.
It looks like a spaceship from Star Wars.
Yeah, those ASUS routers are mighty fine.
ASUS has really futuristic designs on their products.
That they do, their design team is quite something.
I have recently purchased a Logitech G Pro X hearing headset for playing call of duty and pubg.
I ordered this for two reasons.
I wanted to test if one of the problems I had would go away, but mostly because I want to connect another device to the monitor, and with a single HDMI port on the monitor that would be impossible. Yes there are HDMI switches and I have a couple, but they don't support HDMI 2.0+ and they do reduce visual quality.
So I ordered this DP to DP cable.
Then after it arrived I remembered this monitor had a second HDMI port too.
Money well spent.
EDIT: For some reason the host doesn't show anything, so here is the link to my post on instagram.
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