I usually don't pay attention to the taillights.
SuperSkyline89 posted on Jan 27, 2008 9:24:20 AM - Report post
These days the video games industry is desperately trying to make their games as realistic as possible. Something as small and simple as taillights not working is a huge f**kup on their part.
With previous NFS games, I never looked at the taillights either since there was so much going on with the traffic and other racers. But in Pro Street, theres no traffic and the other drivers are rarely in your way so eventually I noticed that the taillights don't come on.
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RebelCommander posted on Jan 28, 2008 2:28:14 AM - Report post
originally posted by 2hot4u
Does it really matter if your taillights come on?
yeah, it adds a sense of realistic feel to the game... even games in the local video arcade show lit tail lights when u jam the brakes... either EA made it this way or they just forgot about it...
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