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Euro Truck Simulator 2 worthy of purchase

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Tom01793, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. Tom01793

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    hi guys just thought i would pop this up as this game is pretty good seems very addictive. looks quite good as well.
     
  2. Tom01793

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  3. DailyGeek

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    I can't actually believe that by the end of that trailer, I was almost tempted.
     
  4. twoodster

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    Haha yeah, it actually looks half decent. There's a demo - might have to give it a go!!
     
  5. DailyGeek

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    I'm downloading the trial lol
     
  6. Tom01793

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    lol yea exactly what i thought when i seen it and i must say as sad as it sounds it is not to bad very addictive. do when you play it tho set up your controller if you have one manually set your buttons to how you want and also turn the sensitivity down of the steering makes for an easier drive on motorways and more realistic driving at slow speeds.
    i have clocked up 11 hours game play so far since the 20th
     
  7. Tom01793

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    ow and also set the gear changes to manual control all ads to the experience.
     
  8. yoyo50

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    G27 support..
     
  9. Tom01793

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    i think it does support wheels and pedals yea
     
  10. PinkFloyd

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    That actually looks.... quite good... :eek:

    Can't believe I've said that! :p
     
  11. Ugley_Matt

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    I read that as emo truck
     
  12. Witcher1979

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    Yeap works great with my Ferrari GT Experience
     
  13. Chicken #16

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    this is the sim you want:

    best thing is it's got a voiceover by Alan Partridge. Jump to 12.25 for the action!

     
  14. KnightStalker

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    Just downloaded the demo not expecting much, as the previous one was a bit of a let down, but this is actually not half bad, controls have improved over previous versions and the 360 pad actually works, not tried my steering wheel as ive broke it...Roads are well worked out in Sheffield at least, traffic obeying the road rules and letting you out and stopping and so on..Graphics are not too bad, the cockpit mirrors are a tad blurry though.
     
  15. The Funktopus

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    I'd highly recommend the Peter Sutcliffe expansion pack. The blue claw hammer's modelled superbly....
     
  16. IIDeathCubeKII

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    Lol!
     
  17. Tom01793

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    yea no it is a very good game guys the only thing i could think of that could hopefully be improved is the Full screen aa i have every thing set to max
     
  18. KnightStalker

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    Id agree with that, im enjoying the demo (which isnt time limited so essentially you can keep playing with reduced features), can see myself popping on this for a few hours to chillout and mooch around various cities in a Scania.
     
  19. Tom01793

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    yea i do that quite a lot some times just pic up a load and chose a destination that i want to go to not just the highest paid jobs also watch out for the tol bridge
     
  20. Gimpymoo

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