Who still plays I'82 or I'76?
Posted 06 May 2007 - 01:46 PM
I recently found my I82 cd and installed the game but when I press new trip the loading strip comes up but doesnt move!
I think the cd is too scratched or somthing Does anyone know what Intersate Outlaws will be like?
I cant wait, I know they said a few weeks but its always longer, but can anyone give me the heads up on GFX/SFX and storyline?
Maybe the layout and some cool cars?
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my compatability is set to windows 98/me! do i need to run in 256 colours? what can i do?
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Posted 09 May 2007 - 12:07 PM
i82 nicer looking but very buggy, badly put together game. Questionable single player storyline but still fun for a blast online.
Have fun man.
Posted 09 May 2007 - 08:21 PM
I'82 is probably played the most due to the fact it's higher colour count is more acceptable by the majority of players and cars and other objects are easily repainted, and it's probably easier to get a copy of.
I'76 is better in my opinion, it felt complete. I can't imagine the same people that were on the I'76 team made up the I'82 team, it's just not possible, a lame damage bar and no inside car view for starters.
It was fun to go through messing with the I'76 files, extracting car panel images, repainting them, making .TMT's and the other files needed for a complete job, good times.
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