"So far, ISI seems to have forgotten everything they've ever learned about physics and force feedback. The Formula 2 car in rF2 has the polar moment of a 1948 Buick Roadmaster and the should-be agile Megane handles more like a double-decker London omnibus. The force feedback can be numb at best and gelatinous at worst. With the latest build ... and despite the ministrations of Tim Wheatley (the most helpful among the ISI crew) ... many users had trouble with the install (pre-owned DLC sometimes vanishing in the process)"
"(For that matter, rFs's graphics, in some respects, look worse than some of the original rFactor mods; particularly the cockpits.) Neither one will ever come close to pCARS' graphics, though,"
"Oh great, in five years we'll have six good mods, two-hundred half assed mods, and another thousand mods poorly ported without permission from F1C or whatever."
For there letters of the month they post this
"whoever designed the 60-era f1 cars has created a fantasy catoon version of what these cars were like. They did not go in a 4-wheel drift down the straightaways!!!"
ARE THESE GUYS ON HEROIN???!!!!!!!!!!!!????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Especially the first part about the general physics and ffb, and on how the f2 and megane drive, WOW. Then they say rf2 graphics will never come close to pCARS. Ya NEVER, NOT EVEN REMOTELY CLOSE, like as if its already set in stone or maybe he just knows the future. The game is in BETA and modders have barley scratched its surface, look at the high end rFactor 1 mods compared to the stock rFactor stuff, what an idiot. Maybe not better than pcars but im sure some modders can get close, plus its a different look, rf2 is a more realistic raw gritty look, project cars looks gorgeous but like its been photoshopped to death for an art gallery.
Ive never seen an article so un-professional and so anti-a certain product. Thank God this is their last free digital issue and from now on are charging $2 per issue because this is the last time im going to ever read this magazine again anyways (used to be a fan of it before).