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Stock Car Extreme

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Developed with support from real teams and drivers, Stock Car Extreme is one of the most highly regarded racing simulators for the PC. In addition to the current season of Stock Car V8 - a brazilian series featuring world class drivers such as Rubens Barrichello and Ricardo Zonta - Stock Car Extreme includes several extra series and tracks covering a wide variety of racing disciplines. It also enjoys a continuous flow of free updates to further stablish itself as one of the most realistic, complete and immersive titles in the racing simulation genre.Features
  • Realistic racing simulator
  • Various different racing series
  • Enjoys continuous flow of free updates to add new content and improve the game
  • Light on system requirements
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Developer
Reiza Studios
Publisher
Reiza Studios
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://game-stockcar.com.br/?lang=en

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 1,4 GHz Pentium or 100% compatible CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 Compatible with minumum 256 MB Video Memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: MP via internet or network
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 2,8 GHz Pentium or 100% compatible CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 Compatible with minumum 1 GB Video Memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: MP via internet or network
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Stock Car Extreme reviews and comments

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Moinsen, after a long Wait, have finally been able to load Game Stock Car Extreme from Reiza Studios from Brazil to my PC, and wants to get rid of a few Sentences about it. It is a good thing to note that for relatively small Money it is offered a Game with versatile Content, which is also regularly expanded free of charge as Part of Updates. Among the Contents: First there is the namesake Stock Car Championship in Brazil, a racing Format that is not very noticed in Europe, which has due to its Charms, and also has more or less well-known ex F1 Drivers in this country: Rubens Barrichello (ex Teammate of Schumi at Ferrari), Ricardo Zonta (ex BAR Driver) and Luciano Burti (noticed only by one bad Accident or another). Thanks to V8 Combustion, these Vehicles have a beautiful Sound. There's more, though, From Karts, Minis, classic Stick cars to F1-like Vehicles that once represent the 70s, 80s, 90s and 2012 and 2014. Soundsoby you can recommend the 90s, this one has a nice screeching V12 Sound, which in 2014 sounds accordingly like the Counterparts from F1 2014. This Game is also versatile in terms of Racetrack, again the focus is on South American Tracks, most of which are probably Interlagos (current F1 GP of Brazil), Buenos Aires (GP Argentina, last in the 90s) and Jacarepagua (ex F1 GP of Brazil May be known in the 1980s). But also 2 City Courses and many rather compact Courses, among others also special for Karts, partly also in old Versions, zb Interlagos 1976. As a Candy There is still the F1 course of Montreal in the Configuration before 1994, and Spielberg (better known as Redbull Ring), in the current and also in a Version that was driven to the early 90s. The Game is already a bit more stressed, so it also runs on Computers that are not technically up-to-date. Despite This, it is an appealing graphic, it is rather sober, the Emphasis here is clearly on the Simulation and Degree of Reality and there is a lot on offer. Similar to Products from the Simbin House, You can make a Variety of settings in terms of Control and Difficulty, in the first place you notice the Relationship to the Simbin titles in this Game, after all, both are based on the same Engine. This brings to Bear a Weak Point that the Menu is not immediately clear, at the Start it only seems that only the Stock cars are available. In the Main Menu you can select the Classes on the right with 2 small Arrows, there is also an Area where you can then access every Vehicle and every Route in the Race or Test Drive Menu. Ultimately, it is a Sim, graphically not as spectacular as the Codemasters F1 or Grid Series, but here more Emphasis is placed on real Simracing, there is also mom a hopefully thriving community for driving online. So that was it first, I hope I could help with the Purchase Decision. Until the other day Katerham
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