The Project Cars is a much respectable and gorgeous game from the stable of Bandai Namco. It is equipped with substantial amount of tuning depth.
Dust, raindrops and sunbeams are really the best things to like. Graphics are awesome and the landscapes are in details. It is to take note that dynamic reflections in the hood of care are too mesmerizing.
The rain changes lighting and reflection on the car and the drops splashes beautifully and run on the whindshield. More to these, the sun looks different on a cloudy day compared to the foggy day.
The scattered sunbeams look awesome and the late-afternoon sun in Dubai is simply blinding.
The engine noises of the cars are so insistent and so grating. It is louder if compared to the pit radio of even the squeal of tires. Even the musical tracks for menus are loud.
The specs are easily achievable. It is reviewed on the base of 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400/3.0 GHz AMD Phenom II X4 940 chips, nVidia GTX 260 or ATI Radeon HD 5770 card, and 4GB of RAM.
The recommended specs are 3.5 GHz Intel Core i7 3700/4.0 GHz AMD FX-8350, nVidia GT600 series or AMD Radeon HD7000 series, and 8GB of RAM.
Tracks are different, Cars are different
There are over 100 courses in the Project Cars and those are from more than thirty locations. All the tracks offer unique feel and looks like real-world locations. Those are of fun feature too and very less audience participation is seen. Hence, very less distraction and more of enjoying while driving the car.
There are eighty starter cars in the game and all are different. Those include retro tourers as well as super cars.
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