Formula Truck 2013 reviews

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"Formula Truck 2013" is a Racing Simulation that depicts the Brazilian Fórmula Truck. In Europe, South American Racing Series Are a Niche theme. Brazilian Routes are also a Niche Theme. Truck racing is even more of a Niche topic. So From a European Perspective, we are in a Niche of a Niche of a Niche. Niche high three. But the Niche is pretty good, because it was made by the Reiza studios, which are responsible for "Stock Car Extreme" and its Successor "Automobilista," which are among the best the simulation Market has to offer. This Game is like a little Finger exercise, a Groundwork to their big Titles. The Number of Routes and Vehicles is very manageable. A Handful Of Trucks that travel very similarly, mostly Brazilian and quite easy Routes. Endless curve Skirmishness would only be possible to drive only to a limited extent with these weight monsters. Two Tracks are even likely to be considered well known: Interlagos, on which Formula One also operates and, astonishingly, Spielberg in Austria, which Also races truck racing (but to my Knowledge, the European Offshoot). The Game is based on the rfactor engine, which has been graphically aged by now, but which can still physically keep up with current Simulations. And so the Driving Behaviour is the essential and decisive Advantage, which turns the grey Niche Title into a small Pearl. Wreating The PS monsters over the Track seems easier than it really is. Careful and forward-looking people must be moved. The Braking Distance is much longer than with all other Racing Vehicles and to weigh the truck around the Curve requires an astonishing amount of Sensitivity (especially, of course, when you turn off all The Driving Aids) The Term simulation is a program. That's Why a good Steering Wheel is also advisable, just to really feel the clear and often important force feedback. This was significantly improved again in later Reiza titles, but loosely surpasses that of about "Project Cars." Of course, as with any Simulation, it is a Necessity to first adjust his Steering Wheel ingame according to his Needs. This is quite unproblematic. Of course, you can also adjust a lot on the Racing Monsters. Any significant Change is also clearly noticeable. A Weak Point must be clearly stated: The AI can tend to pull over and press against the Wall even on a straight Track when it is next to one. In addition, it seems to be overwhelmed again and again, partly with tight Curves. Thanks to the Robustness and Fidelity of your own truck, however, this rarely leads to truly annoying situations thanks to the robustness and Fidelity of your own truck, but I would advise (despite the Love of Reality) to adjust the Damage or to a minimum. "Formula Truck 2013" is a very small Title, especially as far as the Engine is concerned, an older Title, a Niche Title. It should Also be noted that Reiza has now released a more up-to-date Formula Truck DLC for "Automobilista." However, this Sim is a Lot fun, because for me the most important thing is always: The Handling. And that's direct and good. The Force Feedback is clear and responsive. Driving Errors are also really due to the User's Weaknesses. Rating: 7/10 Atmosphere 7/10 Graphic 7/10 Sound 8/10 Handling 8/10 Force Feedback 6/10 Balancing 7/10 gameplay conclusion: Small but fine simulation niche. 7/10 Overall Rating