|10 || Riva |
(27 Aug 2010 22:04:39)
|9 || Deanna Troi |
(24 Jun 2010 08:29:12)
|8 || MurdocBr |
(23 Jun 2010 23:53:34)
|i love yours pic's :)
|7 || Deanna Troi |
(23 Jun 2010 23:26:20)
|I agree. Yep, the chances of driving fast there are somewhat 50/50, meaning it's slim timing... ;)|
|6 || Zac4084 |
(23 Jun 2010 14:47:07)
|It is possible, but I was talking about the streets full of taxis, etc. IMO I wouldn't drive one around there. So many things going on there to take a chance.|
|5 || Deanna Troi |
(23 Jun 2010 03:28:25)
|To everyone: Thanks for all of your great comments! :D
@twcfan: Yeah, I chose the cloudy weather, and editing the screenshot with that weather makes the sky sometimes look like that... ;)
@Earlduke12488: Yeah, the red line at that brown building was already there when I took this screenie (might be a extra [unused] part of this track?)... As for the second part, yeah, since this track came from Midnight Club 1, then yeah, it's sure to be possible if there is to be Midnight Club: New York Edition... ;) For the third part, yeah, it's also possible to do a speeder (as Silent1Unknown also pointed out) even on the congested streets of NYC, but because of the heavy traffic, the timing will be tricky, and it will be very difficult to avoid traffic collisions... And as for the last part, yeah, some New Yorkers found that sports cars are often not needed (unless of course, absolutely necessary) as they use normal, everyday-driving cars to get around (again, due to the very-congested traffic), and they also took trains, buses, and taxicabs as their daily commuting transportation to also get around, and only a few times, they can be seen almost instantly in Downtown, but rarer elsewhere in other parts of NYC...
Take the Ford Mustang (any trim level), for example. Now, while that car was popular in several parts of the U.S. (especially in California, Florida, and even in Texas), they too, can rarely be seen in NYC...
@Silent1Unknown: Yep, I too, have to agree with that one... ;)
|4 || Silent1Unknown |
(22 Jun 2010 23:55:29)
|Zac is just exaggerating. Ofcourse its possible to go more than 20 MPH.
True that sports cars are rare in NYC. The most common vehicles are yellow cabs, blue (cop) Impalas and green garbage trucks. :P
BTW, nice screeny, Deanna.
|3 || Earlduke12488 |
(22 Jun 2010 23:49:06)
|Very nice screen of the new Maserati, Deanna. At least we now have 4 Maserati's to choose from, (2 from Riva and 2 from Franch) instead of just the Quattroporte, Spyder 90th Anniversary Edition, and MC12 GT1, all 3 of which are great cars in their own respect.
One thing I don't understand, however: what's up with the red line next to the brown building?
Anyway, what if there was a Midnight Club: New York Edition?
@ Zac4084: I had no idea that it's next to impossible to go over 20 mph in New York, that is, until now.
But if the streets weren't so congested with Pedestrians & traffic 24/7, I'm pretty sure it would be possible to go over 20 mph, maybe even hit 100 mph or more on some of the much wider, if not longer, straight sections of street around the whole city.
^^For example: If New York was in a post-apocalyptic world, I'm pretty sure it would make sense, wouldn't it?
Plus, I had no idea that not too many New Yorkers drive sports cars. Some do, of course, but not all of them. They probably wouldn't drive downtown with them often, would they?
|2 || Zac4084 |
(22 Jun 2010 21:09:09)
|The sky is originally like that, since the edits. It gives no matter.
It's impossible to go over 20MPH in New York, so much traffic.
|1 || twcfan |
(22 Jun 2010 21:05:25)
|this is very nice :) but i dnt like how the sky is|