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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusN View Post
    I absolutely love AMS2. Only thing keeping me from completely replacing PC2 is it doesn't have all cars and tracks form PC2. On the other hand it has it's own unique ones. And given the choice between ACC an AMS2 I'd pick the latter each and every time. Yes ACC is deeper in some ways, but it's a two trick(class) pony which frankly bored me to bits with the GT3 server overload in PC2 already. Hence it's been untouched the last few months(unlike AMS2, PC2, PC3 , AC(modding!), and rFactor 2 and guilty pleasure Wreckfest)
    I try ACC but at the end im really not a fan of GT3 cars.

    Funny thing is i love the ferrari 488 GTE car in pcars 2.

    And this i agree the track list and features of AMS 2 are great and i didn't have a problem with, its just the overall car list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hargreaves View Post
    There are some really good cars in AMS2, don't judge the whole game just on one car. There is a lot to enjoy and the game has picked up criticism from 'hardcore simracers' as being too easy and too planted, so it may be closer to what you are looking for in a sim than you think. I barely drive the Camaro so I can't comment on that one.
    It's not just 1 vehicle btw.
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    To be honest the car list is one of the best things about AMS2 for me, the sheer volume of historic race cars and tracks means there is plenty of fun to be had for me.
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    Well, if you guys enjoy then let it be. But, my thoughts stand the game needs significantly more work. They are not drivable like real vehicles. They are unnatural on the limits of tire grip and are impossible to recover beyond the limits of grip.

    But, if that's what sim racing has come to then enjoy sim hard and where every has a professional opinion.
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    All in all it is a matter of taste. This differs from person to person. I play PC2, and now PC3, AMS2 and RaceRoom and occasionally AC & ACC.
    All have their cons and pro’s. For looks and content I play PC2 still the most of them all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTsimms View Post
    Well, if you guys enjoy then let it be. But, my thoughts stand the game needs significantly more work. They are not drivable like real vehicles. They are unnatural on the limits of tire grip and are impossible to recover beyond the limits of grip.

    But, if that's what sim racing has come to then enjoy sim hard and where every has a professional opinion.
    AMS2 is being criticized by many for the exact opposite, that cars are too planted and impossible to spin. And I think this was true for many cars, before the recent adjustments to the differential, but now if you push too much, you can certainly spin them. But in order to do something "impossible to recover" with most cars at least, you need to either try hard to do it on purpose, or just make a big mistake. For most cars at least, because there should definitely be some others that are still simply wrong. At least this is my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpcdem View Post
    AMS2 is being criticized by many for the exact opposite, that cars are too planted and impossible to spin. And I think this was true for many cars, before the recent adjustments to the differential, but now if you push too much, you can certainly spin them. But in order to do something "impossible to recover" with most cars at least, you need to either try hard to do it on purpose, or just make a big mistake. For most cars at least, because there should definitely be some others that are still simply wrong. At least this is my opinion.
    Indeed, most cars I like are not hard to correct at all. Cars like the Porsche 962 Short Tail are pretty easy to drive(with my driving style at least) at 100% boost even using an H-shifter (although I tend to shift clutchless which I don't always get right)
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    I am looking forward to trying out ams and other Sims when my pc arrives. Seven weeks to go...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaskarspants View Post
    I am looking forward to trying out ams and other Sims when my pc arrives. Seven weeks to go...
    Nice.. good things to come. AMS2 is great, at least I have a great time with it. Whether it is a sim or whatever. I like it, but you should take a look at RaceRoom as well. Great racer as well.
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    Anyone that has tried PC2 and AMS2 back to back on a DD wheel can say that they are 2 completely different sims, I get no intuitive FFB from PC2 at all, with AMS2 everything feels connected, take the Ginetta G40 out for a spin, that car is so much fun to drive on the limit and be able to control it on the limit it's insane!
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