Andy_Hack wrote:Well, I think if Sim doesn't get a big as update, it'll be gone sooner or later, I mean, this game is pretty much dead other than some new tracks and some new rider or bike skins every now and then.
To be honest, I don't even think that an update would make a big impact, I kinda feel like it has to make a new start with the same base.
This might sound weird, but sometimes it's better to stop while it lasts, than to wait for the eventual end.
Sim 2 might be the only thing to bring back these wonderful physics, a new design, a new game engine and overall an up to date game without a compatibility to older tracks and models, this way we'd make sure, that the new game doesn't get littered with the same old sh*t that we basically look at for 10 years(no offense to all the original creators, but I think you know what I mean).
A fresh start with a fresh vibe to it... that'd be awesome, just my two cents...
Exactly right, the base you have for this game is outstanding, it can most definitely be approved upon with today's technology.
Updated physics creating more usability, update the suspension to have more of a realism effect, updated bike sounds, optimization, cross platform so you could play others over other platforms (generate a larger online scene). Obviously many more opportunities, this game puts everything else to shame and in the right hands it truly could be the single greatest motocross game and branch out to a franchise covering all aspects of moto if you played your cards correctly.
No dig at you Jlv, I would just like to see an excellent motocross game that can storm the weather for another 10years, currently these companies are making trash and rehashing old code/content to make a $