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Jack Black - Loves Pgr2


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PGR2 is every bit as dull as TRD2, and not half as accomplished.

If the boys at codematers wanted to get the feel of every car feeling like it`s on ice they certainly accomplished that. At least pgr2 managed to get the feel of grip down perfectly on the cars which is certainly more than i can say for race driver 2. PGR2 is imo the best racing game ever made if you have live. 8 player games with zero lag, perfect collision detections, time trial boards with downloadable ghost and can view replays of them. Single player is equally as impressive with allowing you the difficulty you want on each challenge and rewards you accordingly with a nice shiny car at the end. It`s an insult comparing toca 2 to the likes of pgr2. As for jack blacks platinum, well done. Having done it myself it`s a hard struggle but having the cerbera at the end makes it all worth it (even though you can get it in the paris dl pack now).

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I never liked TOCA Race Driver, mainly because I thought the handling of the car was lacking somewhat. Project Gotham Racing, is, in my opinion, a lot more polished, out of the two PGR titles however I tend to prefer the original for some reason.

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Does it? I haven't played that for so long I can't remember.

"There's the Hydra. Slice his throat! Grab his scrote!"

"How 'bout the power of flight? Does that do anythin' for ya?"

:(:D:o

after he says 'fly with me, fly with me', and KG has done his widdly diddly bit, the next 4 bars are from the part of the hub level which has palm trees, 'krebs' and jumping squid.

most of the lyrics seem to reference stuff from the game. dunno who nastyman is meant to be though ;)

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Kudos to JB. I do prefer TRD2 though, I had a few storming games multiplayer games a few weeks ago, in the Seats.

We should start a celebrity gamer thread, so far we've got

JB- PG2

Ron - Star Wars .. what was it?

my addition, Bill Hicks - Super Mario 3 ;)

Robin Williams - Day of Defeat

George Bush (SNR) - Tetris (GB) I remember this from way back, but then everyone had one didn't they.

Edit: Added more.

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Famous people can be good at videogames too, shocker...

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(sorry)

Nah I'm just messing about. I do find it weird that so many people (not so much you in this case) post about how famous people play games as if to say, "well he plays videogames and he's cool, so I can too!".

I think its great to see stuff like this and important too; if the games industry is ever to be taken seriously by the mass market, I think more should've been made of Justin Timberlake's - and other celebs like Julia Roberts(if she in fact does really like it) - love of Halo for advertising games like Halo2.

Far better than shitloads of parents or potential gamers on the periphery buying well marketed crap like Enter the Matrix and Driv3r.

Much kudos to him on completing platinum tho(punn intended), some serious hours he's put in there.

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Kudos to JB. I do prefer TRD2 though, I had a few storming games multiplayer games a few weeks ago, in the Seats.

We should start a celebrity gamer thread, so far we've got

JB- PG2

Ron - Star Wars .. what was it?

my addition, Bill Hicks - Super Mario 3 ;)

Don't forget Robin Williams and his Day of Defeat addiction.

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