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Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now

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Stainless was founded in 1994 by Patrick Buckland, a veteran of the games industry going back to the Jurassic period of 1982, and Neil Barnden, who used to have hair like a mammoth. A team of 8 worked on the original Carmageddon at Stainless, and 5 are still with the company today, although a couple of them are now kept manacled in a small padded room in the cellar.
Stainless Games now employs around one hundred dedicated people of assorted gender, height and width. They can all be found dangling precariously from a small chalky rock just off the South Coast of England.

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17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: directx compatible
  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: directx compatible
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Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now reviews and comments

The gameplay really doesn't hold up. If I wanted this, I would play GTA. The controls are clunky and not intuitive. This makes it very hard to play for me.
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Microsoft from Spain
Here's a play, a real classic! This game generates a lot of nostalgia because I remember when I was a kid playing in my brother's Compu. Unlike its classic predecessor, here we can buy the cars instead of winning some as we play, and that is good because besides administering the credits for improvements also have to do to buy cars and know what to buy and Do not get carried away by the impulses of wanting to have them all. There is a great variety of cars and some of the rarest, and to highlight if there is something that I like the Carma is the incorporation of huge vehicles like that of Pitbull, among others. Another thing to emphasize is that here not only we have to complete all the races... But you also have to fulfill different missions to be able to advance and complete the game... On this I saw many negative reviews but personally I think this great that they have incorporated missions, this way does not become as repetitive as maybe if it could happen with the Carma 1. Graphic Section: There is a great, but great improvement compared to the previous, the cars are disarmed in pieces, you leave the parts, you can split in half, you can get the roof, doors.. Anyway.. It is much more realistic in that sense, the same as pedestrians as it is now also in 3D can be completely dismembered. It'S a real game... Super recommend! Although I still did not try the Carma reincarnation, I can say that from the personal the Carma 2 is the best of the first three (counting TDR2000)... Recommended!
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If you have a certain age and the drugs have not melted your brain yet, you may remember the chicken that was mounted at the time in the media as a result of this game. Its violence and sadism gave to speak and, the journalists, those beings always so fair and impartial in their analyses of the reality, they did not hesitate to release cretineces Pluscuamperfectas with Troche and Moche. He who is interested in pulling the hemerotechs and see how he spent the press of the time. The truth is that, seen with eyes of today, the game is bland, naive and even infantiloide. But above all, it draws attention to how much graphic technology has advanced since then. In These 17 years we have gone from games with a 3D impoverished and computers that needed a 3D card that used to support the main 2D graphics card, to Potentísimas graphics cards that wet the ear to the multicore CPU. The game itself is quite limited, with a hideous menu for the view, few configuration options and a terrible control designed to stick needles in the tip of the cocoon. Playing a game is synonymous with losing your nerves as your neurons destroy each other in an uncontrolled synapse binge. As A nostalgia exercise is fine, but the game is rubbish like a temple that would give laughter to any current player. Maybe A parent who wants to explain to his son how he wasted his time in his younger years. But a total waste in the times that run. At most, a piece of video game history. Do Not Waste your time with this nonsense beyond the obligatory few minutes for your brain to make the necessary connections and activate the nostalgic mode for a while. You'Ll Remember when you were young, that first girlfriend, the four pranks you were doing, the joints you smoked in high school, and even when you paid for this chestnut. Then Desinstálalo and go on with your life.
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