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    BEST AUTO RACING SIM?

    While we are listing best of genre....which
    racing sim do you people consider top shelf.
    I myself still love Grand Prix Legends.

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    Any of the Papyrus Nascar Series. They rock. Currently enjoying Nascar 1999, but anxiously awaiting Nascar 4.

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    grand theft auto 2 :P hehe neat little game not a very accurate driving sim, but sure as hell fun to play.. and pretty inexpensive too download the demo first or sumething see if ya like it. its one of those games that you either really like or totally hate, in my opinion.. apparently im of the first kind
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    Rally Championship.
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    I'd also say Grand Prix Legends.

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    The best racing sims are Sports Car GT and Grand Prix Legends and World Sports Cars ( to be released end of this year starting of next year ) go to speedsims.com to find out more Sports Car GT has about 300-400 cars released u can addon to the game and about 6+ track to add to it the realism is fantastic and the graphics are great!

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    Sports Car GT and NASCAR 3

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    All the Need for Speed series!

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    Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed is awfully purty on my geforce 2 with all the eye-candy on!
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    All the NFS suck big ***! totally unrealistic and i hate the graphics the best games like i said before are Sports Car GT and Grand Prix Legends and soon to be released WSC!

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    Actually NFS:PU is the most realistic NFS game imo; no 'arcade' mode or anything. You've listed some good choices as well Celeron1000GHz. Anybody looking forward to Midtown Madness 2? Can't wait to hop in the semi to trash my old office building.

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    Hey

    NFS:PU is the most realistic NFS game but def not the most realistic sim ever it is ok but i don;t like it that much i am a simulation guy and i only want realism if u want arcade try Test Drive LeMans and all the other test drives horrible!

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    I agree, Porsche Unleashed.
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    Huge= I don't know if you have ever been in a Porsche (I can't say I dunno)but I have been is a number of Porsches in the PCA (porsche club of america) and they don't drive like that. the game is way off.. Yes the graphics are gorgeous. I love that but the realism is off. and the PSX version is worse.

    NFS all sucked but they had good graphics.

    World Sports car and Sports car GT best ever most realistic

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    Lucky...I was only in a Porsche once, 25+ years ago. Can't say I remember how it handled.
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