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Old 05-04-2010, 07:05 AM
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Well the PC is not the prob, got a bamboo puter...but upgraded when needed..

AMD 4800+ dual 64bit
4GB of the rams
and a Leadtech 512ram G card

So not to scared about the puter (runs SH5 at max settings with 80fps inside sub)

So im just trying to ask gamer to gamer if the game are worth it (those who play the game and have fun with it)

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Old 05-04-2010, 08:34 AM
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If you are expecting truck simulator, this is not. So keep away from RnR.
I enjoy RnR some even with bad physics and no attaching/detaching trailer manually in warehouse.

If you like competitive mission, this game has full of races, so you might like it. RnR also has story and some events triggered by traveling around them. Tycoon aspect is also nicely done. (but I don't want to see same names as different persons a lot
#EDIT: I have realized they are registered in some recruiters, sorry for my carelessness )
Customization of truck includes interior, that is good feature too.
Graphics are just what you see in YouTube, maybe you need good PC.

But I must warn you again, physics is quite bad, and sometimes other cars behave badly also. you can see them in YouTube video.

If you could accept those big flaws, you may go on.

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Old 05-04-2010, 10:57 AM
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my advice is RnR is by far worth the dollars and the bugs for me seem to be something i can live with and iam getting loads on fun from playing this game and if you compare it the scs range of games i found that they cannot offer the same features of RnR
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Old 05-04-2010, 11:27 AM
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Oh, and I have forgotten to say about radio.
The radio in RnR is very nice
Perhaps my most favorite feature in RnR lol
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Old 06-11-2010, 01:24 AM
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Arrow Is Rig ‘n’ Roll Worth Buying?

Hey guys, I've been reading around the forum just to get a public opinion on RNR. And if I spend my money on this game and a graphics card to enjoy it, I want to know if its really worth it... Because I don't want to waste 120 bucks on a graphics card, and 30 bucks on the download for nothing. I just want to know if its really worth spending that much money over...

Thanks, Ty
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Old 06-11-2010, 01:52 AM
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Well I bought the russian version the day it came out and like the game but dont understand the language. Buy from wildtangent I think it's called it would cost me 15 pounds but if I buy the new COD map pack it will cost me 10 pounds. How does that sound full game for 15 pounds or 10 pounds for some new levels. I have had lots of fun playing Rig N Roll but I'm holding off buying until I can get the english on disc. The game took 7 year to make so I can wait till the english comes out on disc for me to play
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Old 06-11-2010, 02:32 AM
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I guess it all depends on your likes.

I personally cant say i love it. but I do like it.

Would it be worth buying a $150 3d card + the game? no.
Would it be worth buying a $30 3d card + the game? debatable for some.
Would it be worth buying the game under the assumption you had a 3d card? yes.

so, take that for what you will.
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Old 06-11-2010, 03:07 AM
USA Trucker USA Trucker is offline
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I guess it all depends on your likes.

I personally cant say i love it. but I do like it.
Would it be worth buying a $150 3d card + the game? no.
so, take that for what you will.
Buying a $150 3d card will also enhance any other future games pleasure immensely. Not to mention some of the older ones. I always try to stay ahead of the curve, but my financial situation may differ from others.
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Old 06-11-2010, 10:31 AM
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Rig n Roll is worth buying if you have the proper computer. If you need to upgrade your computer to handle Rig n Roll, I would encourage you to do so. It not only allows you to play Rig n Roll but, like USA Trucker said, prepare you for future games. Besides all the bugs (which a high-end computer would usually fix most or reduce them), at the core, Rig n Roll is a great game.
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Old 10-02-2010, 07:28 AM
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In my opinion: YES!!
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