I’ve worked on GPS maps before, but I now have enough to start a steam guide.
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- http://andinthegame.com/games/project-cars-2/vehicles/ Each one has a …
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 …
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 …
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.
About 3 months back, I reinstalled Windows 10 as I was having issues launching some games and thought it might be DirectX dependencies conflicting or something else equally fiddly to remedy. I don’t make a habit of checking every game’s saves to see if they are backed up somewhere, but my games are installed on separate drives to Windows. I did a fresh install of Windows on an SSD I had cleared up and kept my old installation of Windows where it was, so I could go and grab files afterwards. A large portion of games now use either Steam cloud or their own online save system, which conveniently avoids losing progress and (sometimes) settings after a reinstall. I was somewhat surprised to find that Just Cause 3 doesn’t do this.