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i was wondering if there are any good racing games out for the PC that will work with my G25
i have Forza 2 on 360 and it was probbly the best racing game ever, exxcept no incar view and no G25 support (well 360 cant take the G25 anyway)
i have a PS3, and i have GT5 Prolouge and DiRT
on PC i have Test Drive Unlimited and GT Legends and GTR 2
there all great games but nothin glike Forza2
what i want is something thats closed circuits (preferably real life ones) and just stock cars which i can tune and mod myself
so i can get engine swaps or new parts, like a new turbo or crankshaft, and i can add bodykits (dont really care about bodykits, lts not about the looks, its about the performance xD)
so would there be any game for PC or PS3 that fits my wants??
oh with G25 support, like the 6speed shifter and clutch
i really like GTR2 and GT Legends (only have demo of Legends tho) and its really stuffed up setting up my G25
but GTR2 i have and its great
but its all just racing cars
there no "normal" cars like a VW Golf GTI or a Nissan 350Z or BMW M3 or Merc AMG's
thanks for any suggestions
EDIT: Ive sold my 360 so cant play Forza any more :(
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Test Drive Unlimited is still my favorite PC racing game. Actually, my favorite on any platform. Sure, with car customization it could have been better, but it still gives you a world to get lost in.
EDIT: I read your post more, and TDU doesn't really have the customization you want. It's still a wonderful racing game with all sorts of tasks and events, and with the car pack it adds way more vehicles. And motorcycles, which in my opinion makes it the best. I think Midnight Club was the only one that did this, but I haven't played any newer racing games (GRID, etc) so I'm not sure.
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