I'm a pervert. I thought of something else the moment I saw this screen:
Some tidbits after playing it for a little bit (aka four hours):
-It plays exactly like OutRun2, so you can just jump right in.
-Cars actually spin out of control when you hit them from behind at high speeds (non-rival cars fade away afterwards).
-Slipstreaming has been added. You can gain some extra speed if you stay behind a vehicle. If you've played 18-Wheeler American Pro Trucker, you know exactly what I mean.
-Flagman (the fat guy in the red shirt) talks!
-Instead of unlocking stuff like in OR2, you'll now have to purchase them using OR Miles you get in the single-player mode.
-You can listen to the original 1989 tunes and their remixes.
-All of the OR2 tracks are in this game, along with the OR2SP tracks.
-You can switch to custom soundtracks.
(insert witty comment here)
< rambling>After playing the slightly disappointy PDZ, I just had to go play Black after not touching it for a month. It's really just a fun game. It's a balls-to-the-walls action game, it knows it's an action game, and it doesn't try to be anything else. Even though it's short, each mission is a blast to play. If I had to pick one mission that wasn't great, however, it would be the second mission set in the forest. It's not bad, but it has pauses in the action that really make it stand out from the rest of the game. I'll be playing it until I get OutRun 2006 in the mail.
Good game. I reviewed it. Read it.< /end rambling>
Game of the Day: Black (Xbox)
Song of the Day: YOU
Food of the Day: Cocoa Pebbles
Pick: The fuck?
Pick: I don't hear any disco
blu: you're RETARDED
-You bastards! You killed Shep! You stinkin', dirty robots!
-*the end of mission 01* I'm gonna drop you.... like a bad conversation? Wait, why the hell is he spinning out of the window?
-Oblivion gates...... everywhere.
-Antarctica. 1982. 12 men. Damn, this movie rocks.