That the supercars and hypercars of the late 2010's are kaiju. Our automotive kaiju. Monsters created to rule the world. In a way, its descendants are kaiju too, in the same vein that the McLaren F1 is the Showa to the 720S’ Legendary Godzilla.
God fucking damn you to hell.
That racer looks like Super Touring. It’s so into that style, the only thing it needs is bigger wheels.
I mean look, this is it, the ultimate grudge match, and yet the GT is Ferrari levels of gun-shy.
I want to know who made this.
You better watch this.
And it looks like we’re off to a great start.
We each got a storm to deal with. Let’s brace ourselves and prepare.
Admittedly it does feel like they’ve covered most topics, but I reckon there’s more left to explore, like motorway networks or particle accelerators. What’s your suggestion?
Because I’m counting on them being pretty common. These two, though, are not. Especially the McLaren.
The McLaren is a lock, of course, but help me decide between the 15th Anniversary Megane and RS01.
Preferably at the end of the celebration.
Straightforward. Have at it!
Go shoop that, make it a wagon good for 5. I’ll wait.
Think of this feature as a sort of biography.
Midterm practical tests are coming up and I thought of turning to you lot (and Reddit, eventually) to help me ace it. Hit it!
Like, yeah the blue glass looks cool, but it’s a brick. A hideous brick rising 400 meters above Manila. Thing’s supposed to be a broadcast station’s headquarters, but I can’t even do the lobby floors below or any special features up top. Gimme ideas, architects of Oppo!
After testing out Shazam Lite on the following World Time Attack Challenge promo, this song was the result. Me likey these tunes. Shazam works.
I can see what I am doing wrong, but what exactly am I supposed to do? Surely I have to put up a newScanner line on for each module.