I prolllllllllllllly shouldn't be eating while watching these but I can't stop watchin'....
He uses the Lost and Damned DLC so that he always has access to a motorcycle, which are unaffected by the mod (if I remember right the mod simply makes the wheels have negative friction, which causes this. It's almost not worth calling a mod. We'll have to see if GTA V's vehicles are designed the same way.)
Well aircrafts did get better yaw control so it's possible. :O
I'm very curious to the kinds of shenanigans one could get up to with Franklin's special ability.
Btw, what's your take on the zombie apocalyse mod? Y'know, the one with the ironic flaming ambulances of death flying at you all the time.
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Subject: Re: Laugh! Fri Jul 04, 2014 1:52 am
Good lord that fellow is annoying. That mod is pretty underwhelming, it's just different behaviour for NPCs, really. Carmageddon is definitely funnier than spontaneously exploding vehicles, I'm convinced that the mod is just buggy or something because there's no reason for that to happen.
I'm a picky bastard when it comes to mods anyway, so many of them are superficial and don't really create new gameplay opportunities. That's why I liked Criken's Carmageddon video, because he made up little games like picking spots in the street and seeing who will be left alive. That's emergent gameplay in a nutshell.
Another GTAIV series by Criken: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2W28xBHMKpo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XK4F7aOnvw
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