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Chingy42007  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:01:53 AM - Report post


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Anything that was, at one point, available in a showroom for legal purchase can never have been "specialized". In other words, given the very crazy nature of NFS, I don't think the "specialized" cars in question are production road cars.

That said, I don't expect to see the Audi R10 TDi in there either. Maybe it will be an all-fictious creation, like Burnout. Maybe EA will make their own cars for this, and brand them "specialized". There's some truth behind it, despite how far-fetched it may seem. >_>

 
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What I said is based on my Google search of specialized cars and I didn't do an indepth search,but from what I did read and see,Concepts aren't really considered specialized. Now ah,specialized also means cars that are modded precisely the way the owner wants.
 
SuperSkyline89  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:13:45 AM - Report post

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I really hope they don't make up their own cars. That would completely suck.

"specialized also means cars that are modded precisely the way the owner wants"

That's basically taking a car from the car lot and modifying it. You can do that to any car you want in NFS. So like I said before, that wouldn't make sense because it wouldn't be anything special. It'd be the exact thing that NFS has been ever since UG1 and still is and EA would never have bothered to say they were making specialized cars.

 
Chingy42007  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:18:20 AM - Report post


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quote:
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What I said is based on my Google search of specialized cars and I didn't do an indepth search,but from what I did read and see,Concepts aren't really considered specialized. Now ah,specialized also means cars that are modded precisely the way the owner wants.

Yes, but it's on a personal and one-to-one basis. There's no question that it's specialised, but its appeal, its X-Factor lies within the owner, and the owner itself. The specialized cars in question must appeal to everyone. Man and their cars are a very personal ordeal, whereas the cars EA mention must have a very wide audience.

And besides, what you're saying is the same as saying, for example, the Audi R10 TDi can only belong to the designer of the car, because it's his creation and idea. >_>

 
victimized  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:22:00 AM - Report post


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Because of the loss from Prostreet,it could be like Chingy said...made up cars like in GTA,not real life cars. Its costly to use real life cars and time consuming in obtaining licenses and such,and some car manufacturers,such as Ferrari,don't want their cars to show much damage on games. They may actually resort to using made up cars. Let's hope not.

Specialized has varied meanings.

[Edited by victimized, 3/28/2008 7:24:05 AM]

 
Chingy42007  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:27:19 AM - Report post


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If this were the case, victimized, NFS wouldn't exist today, nor would most racing games. In Hot Pursuit 2, EA managed to obtain a Ferrari license, and in HP2 there was damage. Same goes with Forza, only the damage is threefold that of NFS's.

And define "specialized", or at least your version of it.

 
victimized  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:34:33 AM - Report post


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Specialized is the same as personalized as I understand it. For example,I just seen a specialized 350Z. It was considered specialized because it had been customized precisely the way the owner wanted. The outcome was a unique Z car,unlike any other Z car out there. It clearly reflects him and his personality. Specialized...personalized.
 
SuperSkyline89  posted on Mar 28, 2008 7:39:03 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by victimized

Because of the loss from Prostreet,it could be like Chingy said...made up cars like in GTA,not real life cars. Its costly to use real life cars and time consuming in obtaining licenses and such,and some car manufacturers,such as Ferrari,don't want their cars to show much damage on games. They may actually resort to using made up cars. Let's hope not.

Specialized has varied meanings.

[Edited by victimized, 3/28/2008 7:24:05 AM]

There has never been a NFS with fake made up cars and never will be. GTA and Burnout are completely different. No manufacturer would want you to shoot their cars with an M4 or RPG so they don't give Rockstar a license. Same concept with Burnout, no manufacturer wants to see those crashes happen to their cars. NFS has so little damage that no one really even cares.

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