I only played WipEout HD. I heavily favored the Assegai racer. It was fast and it looked business, too.
It would be unfair if I used this though wouldn't it?
>WipEout is dead and F-Zero might as well be
Fuck this gay earth.
Also, Qirex a best.
>So many bumps
>Interruptions of airflow
>Multiple hull forms
>cabin looks like something from a kia
>Piss poor visibility
Why are the new designs in Wipeout so bad
How's that for an engine?
BD rips: http://www.nyaa.se/?page=view&tid=436719
Subs: http://www.mediafire.com/download/31ftf14pj6ij61u/Future+GPX+Cyber+Formula+Subs+Complete+TV+%2B+OVA.rar (unfortunately, those for last 2 OAVs are basically retimed crabsticks)
Formula Fusion is made by the ex-Studio liverpool/Psygnosis staff.
I know about Formula Fusion. Is it still in alpha?
There's also Fast Racing NEO on Wii U.
I'm glad that more futuristic racing games are being made, but it makes me sad that another WipEout game is very unlikely. The aesthetic, the music, the teams, the tracks, and the mechanical designs all clicked with me from the very first time I played one of the games.
Y'all niggers better be playing Fast Racing NEO. Especially since F-Zero is dead.
On that topic, all bow before the king of speed.
Well Formula Fusion has Cold Storage on board for the music and Designers Republic on board for the aesthetics. It's not going to be identical but it's as good as you could ever hope for. As much as I love the Wipeout universe, they've pretty much covered it at this point, I'd like to see what they can do with a little freedom not being stuck with the Wipeout timeline and tech.
I'll miss AG-Systems, but I'll always keep them in my heart.
I know what you mean. Besides, it's not like the old games can't be played. It's a series that will live on through those who played it.
Anyways, I'll definitely be checking Formula Fusion.
i liked that one scene in Outlaw Star when they ride the ether stream during the Hei Fong race.
The Crab Sonoshee was a sexy machine. The curves remind me of vintage racecars from the '60s like Ferrari 330 P4
i can understand 2048 machines looking like that because, you know, early machines
but good god, the ones of fury where just plain bad/lazy
hd ones had detail use, goddamn no step markings
but fury ones wher a bunch of steel planks thrown in a wahy that reminds the HD ships
I'm a mecha of organs, organelles, humours, and humors!
Also, Leon gave me some really good green herb, and seems rather medicinally good for my humanoid body/RONGO and mind/SOUL.
I'm able to tachyon-blast my arms fast, so that's an engine-starter, right?
i fucking love wipeout, anyone else who does should checkout slipstream gx
its more like the psp games than anything else but its still p good.
you can tell the guys making it are pretty passionate about wipeout too
Wip3out was a lot of fun and F-Zero GX was godlike, but I'll always have a soft spot for Extreme G. That soundtrack, man.
There are actually doujin games of Cyber Formula and the PS2/Gamecube ones. I've only barely tried the PC Doujin game of it. It is what it is.
Those RB X race cars are indeed the closest. Maybe Vettel would make for a good AI partner.
Given that Triakis is essentially a weapons manufacturer pretending to be a racing team, their Fury design is the only one that makes sense.
If General Dynamics added a rear spoiler to the M1 Abrams and (somehow) got into Formula 1, I doubt Ferrari would start designing their own battle tank to compete.
>2010: Red Bull wins first F1 championship.
>2013: Red Bull wins fourth F1 championship.
>2097: Red Bull holds default lap and race records for all F5000 circuits.
I used the goteki. Best acceleration, meaning when I turn I maintain speed. I swear everyone uses icarus for top speed but they don't realize you need a long ass straightaway for that to kick in.
>implying the other two didn't have godlike soundtracks
>being this assblasted over a picture of a western cartoon.
This is why you have no friends, anon.
The guy that ended up doing the Evangellion Manga had an idea for a racing Manga set in the future, featuring Cyborg Waifus on Motorcycles. It never got made unfortunately, but there are a couple of concept pics floating around the Internet.
There's also a Super Famicom/SNES game that actually was released outside Japan, although under the title of "Cyber Spin" and heavily altered, with most of references to the anime removed, since it wasn't released in the West until almost a decade later. Oh, and a GameBoy one, that I actually played, but this one is little more than a digital board game.
There was also a PSP game released in 2008, called Cyber Formula VS.
>>implying the other two didn't have godlike soundtracks
F-Zeros was pretty damn good, but you'd better believe I used Wip3out HDs ability to use custom soundtracks to fill it with F-Zero and XG music. I wish all racing games had that function
Has anyone played this? How was it?
An Armored Core + F-Zero racing game is pretty much a dream come true but I never actually picked it up convincing myself there's now way it could live up to what I had in my head, how good it could be, especially since nobody ever talks about it
Got it from a gamestop used for $5. It's fun for an hour or two, but gets old real fast. It's a solid 6 out of 10. I'd say if you want it, pick it up, but it's not worth more than 15-20$.
Yeah, I totally remember the Gameboy one expecting something like the GBC GT Racing games, but got that digital board game instead.
2014 and 2015 had Red Bull in a bad slump with their ace driver leaving for Ferrari though. Maybe this season they'll bounce back, leading to the F5000 circuit records future.
Oh, man, that takes me back. I used to play WipEout all the time on my playstation. I've still got the disk. I remember it being like a futuristic mariocart of sorts.
Were any of the newer ones any good?
I got this from a nice guy at /vr/ some weeks ago.
When you realize it's a Honda you can buy
Early Access Alpha on Steam right now. I backed the original kickstarter and was surprised how quickly the alpha came out. Played it a ton, it's legit and pretty good. Looking forward to more.
That's... Oddly appropriate.
Especially considering that I'll have to get drunk to stomach watching SIN again.
Fusion was the last one I played, guess at least I wasn't the only one who thought it was shit.
3 was great, I was really bummed to buy that and then see the special edition in another shop not long afterwards; I always wanted to play WO1's tracks with less shitty physics.
Future GPX Cyber Formula (also known as Shinseiki GPX Cyber Formula).
The webm in question is particularly from Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN, the last OAV in the series, which is also pretty much the worst one.
Actually, Knight Schumacher was just Bajeena reincarnated.
I'm almost sure this one was intended as a homage to Cyber Formula, especially given that Hayato was voiced by current Sonic's VA.
All three of them looks more like F-Zero machines to me. Plus, don't forget that Sega had a hand in making F-Zero AX/GX and Sonic X started airing in the same year AX/GX was released.