Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by sleev, Jul 15, 2007.
Do any OTer's play it? I was thinking about dling it.
I played it extensively on the 360. It's awesome.
I'm off and on, 360 version
I play the pc version occasionally. It's fun, but it can get boring just cruising all the time.
I think a patch is scheduled for today as well.
I play the single player, and it gets old.
I hear the multiplayer is awesome, too bad I don't have a legit copy
i played the shit out of it. its just a shame the physics suck such horrible ass. going from forza back to that is damn near impossible. the bikes suck now. i even downloaded that new "sim physics" patch they released. sim my ass
played on 360 until Forza 2 came out.
I like the in car view and cruising around. Racing muscle cars is fun.
But I'm just addicted to in car views. The also could have done SOOO much more with the island.
played it for an hour and sent it back to gamefly.
Maximum PC gave it a 9 out of 10. I figured it would be good for trying out my new gamepad.
Haven't played it in a while, but it's definetly one of my favorite racing games on the 360.
It's got so much replay value cause there's so much stuff to explore and do. When I do play it I can't put it down.
Same here. Coulda been waaaaaaaaaaaay better. Awesome idea, poor execution.
every test drive ive played has been meh havent played this one
i wouldn't bother with either version
this is the one game i truly wish ps3 had
im pretty sure wiki can
 Missing content on PS2 and PSP
The PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable versions of Test Drive Unlimited are missing the following features:
Manual transmission(although in options it can be seen permanently set to auto)
Certain vehicles such as Ferraris, Maseratis, and all motorcycles
Certain mission types
Cockpit View (PSP)
Rear-view and side mirrors are not functional (blurred out).
Some shops, like custom car paint.
The overall visual and audio quality is also lower due to hardware limitations. It is unknown why the content is missing. However, the PS2 and PSP versions also contain features that the Xbox 360 and PC versions do not have such as Master Points (points awarded for drifts, slipstreaming and airtime) and Auto GPS (which automatically directs you to a new challenge). Additionally, several cars that are only available in download packs for Xbox 360 are available from the start in the PS2 and PSP versions.
played it a load on the 360, then couldn't get any further without doing some stupid challenges (online player shit)
stopped playing, never played it again, traded it in
kinda miss it though, despite the flaws,pretty fun
Great fun, PM me if you still play the multi player.