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JustDaz

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#1   2018-05-25 16:47          
Is anybody planning to check this game out when it comes out. It's got potential, but only time will tell. Also LPRIPPER24 and BOURNE15ive did a interview with the developers confirming more details about the game.


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MACKAY

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#2   2018-05-25 17:32          
Saw it on instagram before, from first view on the cars it looks like a childs game, but we will see, only the parts are sick right now imo

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#3   2018-05-25 18:45          
The developers are actually chill and humble from watching the interview. It will be interesting to see what they do with this game

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#4   2018-05-26 11:53          
Also the developers left a FAQ guide. Have left the link below:

Super Street The Game FAQ

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#5   2018-05-27 09:31          
From looking at these guys previous games, I'm not expecting anything good - at all. They made sooo many games and all were knockoff mobile games ported to PC.

Super street looks good for parts, like MACKAY said but I feel the game will be ruined by the developers shitty game design. Oh well.

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#6   2018-05-27 09:44          
Aaaaand they won't use licenced cars, so...

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#7   2018-05-27 11:21          
*LINK* these are their other games...I mean look at them.

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#8   2018-05-29 00:53          
Honestly, even without licensed cars, this game looks pretty cool.

Not having licensed cars is a huge plus for just being able to develop a game on a budget. It's how SLRR got off the ground in the first place, after all.

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#9   2018-05-29 01:55          
TBH i dont have very much faith for this game. games like the crew and nfs promised epic customization and both of those games ended up being subpar at best.
i feel for a game that is going to be released on console there should be a lot of other factors that need to be focused on intensely like physics, graphics, and especially replayability. things that most of these hyped up games that advertise "customization" as a huge selling point tend to lack on.