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Assetto Corsa Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Assetto Corsa is a truly triumphant driving simulation. On consoles there’s nothing quite like it, and the fidelity of its incredibly convincing handling really needs to be felt to be believed. Is it the best driving simulator on consoles? Yes; Assetto Corsa is absolutely in a class of its own when it comes to its unflinchingly lifelike physics. But is it the best racing simulator for consoles, ever? No. Not by some margin. Assetto Corsa features a decent mix of cars (ranging from classic open-wheelers to bleeding-edge hypercars) and a modest selection of European tracks but, respectfully, Assetto Corsa wasn’t the best racing simulator released in the week it hit shelves. That distinction actually belongs to Codemasters’ F1 2016. While Assetto Corsa succeeds as a fascinating, highly technical, and massively demanding simulation of real-life driving it largely falls over as a robust racing experience due to a wide mix of baffling and sometimes game-breaking problems.Assetto Corsa first hit Steam Early Access on PC back in late 2013 and was released officially just over a year later, in late December, 2014. Since then it has accumulated a faithful fanbase and has been regularly supported by developer Kunos Simulazioni and a thriving community of modders.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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It’s surprising, then, that after all this progress its console debut feels unfinished. The most egregious problems occur on track, and the fundamentally flawed penalty system is an especially annoying one. If you get pinged for taking too much curb you’ll earn a ‘slow down’ penalty, but it’s not nuanced enough to let you just drop to and maintain a minimum speed, or simply allow an opponent to redress. You just have to stay off the throttle entirely. Touch the loud pedal, even if you’ve now slowed to a crawl, and the timer will reset. It’s terrible. The chief offender, however, is the opponent AI, which regularly pays no mind to your presence on each circuit and is particularly deft at muscling you onto the grass and turning your car around by poking its nose into gaps it really should have thought better of. This is where the top-notch driving dynamics Kunos has massaged into all the available vehicles becomes a double-edged sword, because it takes very little to unsettle your car at speed. Even a mild tap on the rear fender can and will spear you right off the asphalt, and there are no consequences for the AI for shunting you off. Frustratingly, opponent cars seem curiously immune to any loss of control when the shoe is on the other foot.

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Make a little contact via an overzealous overtake and you’ll generally come off second-best, while the AI peels away unaffected. It’s telling, perhaps, that in Assetto Corsa all I want to do is stay away from other racers entirely, though in its Pan-European peer Project CARS I relish the aggressive, doorhandle-to-doorhandle pack racing. But it’s not just their racing etiquette that is wanting; it’s also their common sense. I’ve raced several events over the past few days where the entire field has entered the pits on the penultimate lap of a four- or six-lap race. I’m totally befuddled by how such a weird bug could survive a trip to retail and it helps make Assetto Corsa’s already chore-like career mode feel even more untested. If you are, you’re probably already aware of this game or own it already. This review is authored by a more casual fan and is directed at the more casual consumer to help them decide if this is the right game for them. There are people with natural gifts who will pick up Assetto Corsa and excel, perfectly suited to be race car drivers in another life. I am not one of these people. I fall into the larger, less gifted group. The category that looks in on games like Assetto Corsa and dreams of being a master behind the wheel.Forza Horizon 5

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This game is probably not for us. There are plenty of racing games out there that are more forgiving and more accessible. However, if you’re a die-hard racing game fan with a homemade sled in your garage equipped with wheel and pedals that your wife hates, read on!Assetto Corsa presents gameplay in the standard racing game forms: A Career mode, Quick Play mode, Practice, Online, Special Events, etc. There’s little here in terms of variety, but this hardly hinders the game. Most players will end up spending most of their initial time in Career mode, gathering medals for completing races or time trials on assigned tracks with assigned cars. Once players get their fill, there are online races to be won and stock special events to compete in. Assetto Corsa never really breaks the mold of modern racing games, choosing instead to focus on realism and experience.This game is a passion project from a small indie team, and it shows. Developer Kunos Simulazioni has been developing Assetto Corsa for years (the game entered early access on Steam back in 2013), partnering with companies like Ferrari and Red Bull to offer “the best driving simulation on the market.”

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Tracks have been accurately recreated using lazer scanning and the cars are beautiful and detailed, down to the accurate modification available for the most dedicated players. If nothing else, the game is a testament to the hard work the team has put into developing something serious and larger than themselves. Unfortunately, there are cracks in their realistic representation. While the 26 tracks may be presented realistically, they can also look…well…bad. The static fans in the stands look like PS2-era 2D representations, the track itself looks cheap and fake compared to the cars on it, and aesthetic features such as trees look like they were pulled out of a previous console generation as well. It’s frustrating, particularly when the game promises so much. It’s difficult to feel as though you’re getting the best and most realistic racing experience on consoles when you’re racing through a digital world that feels a decade old. The cars themselves are better graphically. Not only is there a large variety available (over 90), but they all look excellent. The shine off of the exterior makes each look impressive, and they all feature unique and accurate handling. An impressive number of camera angles while racing allows you to get the full view of your cars exterior and interior.Persona 4 Golden

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It’s simply a shame that the tracks look bad — if you zoom out and look at your vehicle from the side, it appears to float over the track, losing any attempt at realism. My impression is that the small team, with limited resources, had to make some decisions on where to focus their attentions most. Unfortunately, I’m not sure any one area shines enough. Then, there’s gameplay: If you’re going to play Assetto Corsa, be ready to commit. This is, in main ways, one of the most realistic racing games around, particularly in the way cars handle. That means the game can be brutally unforgiving to the casual gamer. Turns out, racing is more difficult than holding down X and steering for three minutes. This is not a game for young kids or for friends looking for a better-looking Mario Kart (or even Forza) experience. Each track has unique turns and features, and each vehicle controls drastically different, which can be great for the racer ready to practice each race over and over again for hours until you’ve mastered it. As previously mentioned, there’s an immense amount of modification available for each vehicle, though the menu is so obtuse that the vast majority of players won’t touch it.

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In fact, almost all of the menus are difficult to navigate. A series of driver assists are available to help inexperienced players, but they’re largely useless. There’s no way around it: This is NOT a game for the casual gamer. Kunos stated that they wanted to create “a real sense of challenge and progression as you master each vehicle and track.” They succeeded in creating the most realistic gameplay experience possible, featuring realistic challenge, but it’s probably far too daunting for most players. Those few who push through the pain, however, can find a serious sense of progression and satisfaction in completing the challenges before them. There’s almost nothing to gain or unlock by pressing onward (most, if not all, vehicles and tracks are available from the start in various modes), but the sense of accomplishment when you finally succeed in a race or time trial is reminiscent of succeeding at a difficult arcade game. It goes back to the tried-and-true concept of self-achievement and reward. Proving yourself a master in Assetto Corsa is truly something worth bragging about. Racing sim fans are spoiled for choice at the moment.

From iRacing to rFactor and Project Cars to Gran Turismo Sport, you’re pretty much free to pick and choose your level of realism, graphical fidelity and car and track selections. Where does Assetto Corsa fit into all this? Quite neatly, it has to be said – Italian developer Kunos Simulazione has produced a game that’s both accurate enough to please dedicated sim racers and accessible enough to please those who simply want to drive some spectacular cars around striking courses. Now in version 1.6 with a new Japanese Pack freshly introduced, we decided it was time to revisit the increasingly popular sim to see whether recent revisions have rendered it even more of a must-have. Initiially available as a PC sim alone, Assetto Corsa is now available on both PlayStation 4 and XBox One. While the console games are broadly the same as the PC version, the launch does coincide with several gameplay tweaks and a handful of extra cars. Depending on the version, there’s now up to 102 vehicles available, as well as 26 different circuit layouts.

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Console versions also ship with the ‘Tripl3 Car Pack’, which includes two Ferraris – the FXX K and the 488 GTB – as well as the crazy Praga R1 track car. Constant improvements to all versions of the game have made it much better to play over the last year or so, and release of the console versions coincide with several bugfixes, including fixes for crashing issues (of the game, that is – your own crashing issues are probably driver error…), improved wheel and controller support, and subtle tweaks to the gameplay, including backfiring noises in certain cars.A lot has happened since we last played Assetto Corsa, when version 1.0 first arrived. Among small tweaks to graphics and bugfixes, the developers have constantly refined the game’s handling model – factor on which a sim lives or dies. Specific changes include new settings for all-wheel drive vehicles, heating performance changes for cars with slick tyres, and even engine performance differences depending on temperature and air density.We couldn’t find much to fault Assetto Corsa’s handling last time, though an exploratory test before the latest update revealed some of the developers’ tweaks had made the cars significantly more understeery and somewhat less enjoyable.Garry’s Mod

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