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Topic # 31279 11-Mar-2009 14:28
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hey

Just putting the word out about this awsome racing sim, been around a while now but still has lots online of servers and racers. The NZ community has been growing latley, we have about 10 racers every thursday night in our local server: [lfsnz]2.

www.lfsnz.com is our forums

For close online racing with emphasis on physics and close online racing. see more at:

http://www.lfs.net/
www.lfsforum.net
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXI5e2UwAlc

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  Reply # 200992 13-Mar-2009 12:11
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didn't click the link, but is this our version of EA's Need for Speed from the next land over?

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  Reply # 201013 13-Mar-2009 13:21
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This is a completley different game from need for speed.. Need for speed is Arcade, where as live for speed is a simulation.. Try taking a 40km corner at 150km like you do in need for speed.. it wont end well!
Played this heavily in 2003, havnt played it since, might look into it again.

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  Reply # 201159 14-Mar-2009 09:03
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i can unhappily say, i did a 30km turn at 100km once and bless the barricade that sopped me from going off the road. wasn't pretty. i don't drive any more as a personal choice. the game sounds interesting. i will check it out.



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  Reply # 201444 16-Mar-2009 16:34
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yea very much a sim, yea get back into it its good fun and lots of new thing being released this year :)

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