Need for Speed: Carbon Discussion
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[Edited by Chewu357, 8/8/2007 5:23:51 AM]
In my country players arent so good so they should be little harder than hard "enemies"(dunno how to call them different) i know just 2-3 "good" players but they are only really good at drifting and they use cheats and nitrous all the time and here we cant use nitrous nor cheats and its circuit racing in which they suck ;D.So any tips are welcome =) ty in advance
[Edited by Chewu357, 8/8/2007 7:17:00 AM]
Ideally, the only cars you need to worry about from exotics if you're driving a Gallardo is the Koenigsegg CCX, Audi Le Mans Quattro and the Pagani Zonda F. My advice to beat them would be to make sure that you have practiced a LOT, so much so that you feel the Gallardo makes you invincible. Also, having practiced so much you can be sure that you're better than the other gamers.
Only place where they MAY gain an inch on the Gallardo is thru the turns. You need to make sure you can time every turn just right, and make sure you put that 4wd system into good use. In normal turns, you ideally need not to use the brakes. Merely use engine braking for that (which means to let go of the accelerator), and then go flat out when you're confident. On hairpin curves, then apply as little brakes as you need. Predict the Gallardo's speed through the turns, then apply the brakes till you reach that speed. Turn, and then floor it.
These guys are walks in the park to beat. They have NO chance on the corners, which is one of the Gallardo's specialities. Watch out though on the straights. On even the shortest straight the Gallardo will be at a disadvantage. On the longer straights, just floor it and use NOS. That's all I can give you advice on. Oh, and try to block them out as well. Doesn't always work, but it's worth a shot.
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