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 Post subject: Psyked Out by Psyco
PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2000 4:56 am 
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Psyco has created a very good track here. Using farm road dirt textures, the course is a winding, swerving, criss-crossing weave of roads that has a very clear racing line but will find you lost if you get spun around. There is plenty of places to crank it wide open for some high speed action, and ample cornering (the peak of which is an excellent cork screw) to keep you on your toes. The nineteen checkpoints will allow you to cheat a little bit on some curves but don't go looking for any really big short cuts because you'll probably set yourself so far back in the race there will be no catching up. For the explorer in you, there is an off-track maze that is a feat in itself. Basic in appearance, once in this labyrinth you'll be needing some time to find your way out again. But, most importantly, this is a racer's track. If you want fancy eye-candy, you won't find it here. A few billboards and a litter of pine trees guaranty lag-free racing, as much as that's possible. This one's a keeper.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2000 9:14 am 
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I tried it in 4x4 Evolution.
I agree, fun race track.

It is a complex course, and requires some skill.
On-line racers will love this in 4x4.
The race trucks really rock on this track.

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