I’ve worked on GPS maps before, but I now have enough to start a steam guide.
And In The Game
After a morning listening to music and going through the 189 (+4 DLC) available vehicles, here is an essentially complete Project Cars 2 vehicle list-
I’ve been enjoying Project Cars 2 so much that I wanted to make my own list of the tracks and vehicles. While the vehicles page isn’t quite ready for posting yet, the locations page has all of the basic information entered
Before the 28th of August 2017 I had not tried any kind of virtual reality device. Then I went to get an HTC Vive virtual reality headset, since there was a significant (-$350cdn before tax) price drop not long before. This post is a look at the unpacking process and a few notes about the device.
Second part of a set of GPS route maps for Train Simulator 2017. Cologne – Dusseldorf.
I’ve started working on a new set of maps for Train Simulator 2017 users. These route trails are taken directly from the game’s GPS coordinates. Bristol to Exeter is the first one I’m posting.
A selection of vector images of the British Class 52 “Western Champion” diesel locomotive, from Train Simulator 2017.
A selection of vector images of the British Class A4 Pacific “Mallard” locomotive, from Train Simulator 2017. This was the fastest steam-powered locomotive with a recorded top speed of 126.5mph.
A selection of vector images of the British Class 175 Coradia diesel multiple unit (DMU) locomotive, from Train Simulator 2017.
With 152 turns over 19.9km, the real-life world record for the Pikes Peak hillclimb course is a staggering 8:13 by Sebastien Loeb in 2013. Using the same car in Dirt Rally and after a lot of practice, I beat the record time by 9 seconds to come in at 8:04. Other people have done significantly better in-game, but I am very satisfied that I managed to get to this short a time. Below is the video of my run.