Real Racing 2
By Electronic Arts
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The most critically-acclaimed iOS racing game comes to the Mac App Store! Featuring visually-stunning graphics and state-of-the-art handling, experience the excitement, competition and glory of authentic championship racing with Real Racing 2.
BURN RUBBER ON YOUR MAC!
Take control of the wheel with your iPhone or iPad – or use your Mac to steer your way to first place!
• Test your racing prowess on a 16 car grid against highly skilled AI drivers.
• Select from 30 officially licensed cars including the 2010 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500, 2010 Nissan GT-R (R35), 2012 McLaren MP4-12C, and more!
• Work your way from rookie to pro in a robust Career Mode, offering 10 hours of racing enjoyment. Jump into a Quick Race for instant fun – or battle against the clock in Time Trial Mode.
• Race in 15 beautiful locations, with 40 miles of highly detailed race tracks, speedways and city circuits – including twilight and night races.
• Touch or tilt to steer with your iPhone, iPad – or Mac controls. This innovative control system lets you customize options to fit your personal driving style.
• Experience the intensity of head-to-head racing with 5 unique camera angles and breath-taking graphics powered by Firemint’s exclusive high performance Mint3D™ engine.
• Accelerate your progress by purchasing currency to upgrade your ride. You can even buy brand new cars.
Ready to race? Buckle in, start your engine and speed away with REAL RACING 2!
NOTE ON SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Before downloading, make sure you have what it takes to play Real Racing 2:
• Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
• CPU Speed: 2.0 GHz | Intel Core 2 Duo
• 2 GB of free space available
• 2 GB of RAM
• Nvidia or ATI video card with 128 MB of memory (note that Intel GMA series graphics cards are not supported)
What's New in Version 1.1.2
What's New in Version 1.1.2
* Fixed issue with remote input control not working via iOS6 devices
* Fixed issue with remote input control not working for Retina Macbook
We appreciate the continued help of players to identify and detail bugs. The Firemonkeys are dedicated to updating our games regularly to make sure they deliver the very best gaming experience.
If you have any issues to report or suggestions to make, please visit our support site at: https://getsatisfaction.com/firemonkeys/
A phenomenal racing game
Real Racing 2 has many diferent things that seperate from other racing games: 1. Good Graphic 2. A career mode 3. Many, many cars and car brands to chose from. And 4. Multiplayer (online only) All these things make one of the best racing apps ever. Now, let me give you a few pros and cons. Pros - 1. Basically everything in the game 2. Uh…..there’s really nothing else for pros. Everything in the game is well designed. Now for the cons. There is only 1 and also 1 sort of con if you know what I mean. Cons - 1. You can only race multiplayer online which was really a bad mistake by the company who made Real Racing 2 because if your friends or family don’t have this game you can’t play with them. 2. (this is the sort of con) There isn’t really drifting capabilities on this game and the steering is pretty sensitive but, you can go to the settings and change the steering sensitivity, brake assist ect. Well thats all you need to know about Real Racing 2. Have fun!
Glorified iPhone game
Lots of complaints….
Controls are just bad. It uses auto-accelerate, so you’re either flat out or braking. They offer four control options: controller (don’t have one), trackpad (OK, found myself using this the most, but not easy to aim the car into a turn), WASD (choppy turning, can’t adjust angle), or iPhone (just didn’t work).
Other cars don’t know how to race. I found myself getting hit a lot by the other cars. If I was passing on an inside line with the right of way, I’d always get hit by the car I was passing. They don’t know how to brake or take a turn either, so when you’re following them they brake too early and you ram right into them. The frustrating bit about this is that the other cars always seem to recover faster from these crashes.
My other complaint is that you qualify for every race in last place, which means in a field of 16 cars you have to pass 15 to win. This wouldn’t be such a huge problem, except the races are relatively short and the other cars are terrible at racing, so it’s so much of a challenge just to pass them.
If you’re looking for a decent racing sim, don’t waste your money. This is on par with a 2 dollar iPhone app.
Initially disappointed; maybe as I play I will become more satisfied. I am a huge fan of the old Need for Speed franchise on PC, and after playing some of Real Racing 3 on my iPhone, I was had my hopes up that this would be a reasonable stand-in for Need for Speed on my Mac. Unfortunately, that has not been my experience so far.
Probably my biggest complaint so far is that this feels like an iPhone game stuck on a Mac (which I guess it really is). All of the weirdness of iPhone racing games, such as auto-acellerate, no option to manually shift, etc, are fully engaged by default, even with a gamepad. Turning off the assists and turning down the sensitivity of the steering have helped tremendously, but the game still feels awkward on a Mac with a gamepad. Maybe my impression with change as I play it more.
Ultimately what I want is a first class racing app on a Mac. I keep hoping, I keep trying the occassional one out, and I keep being disappointed. And this one is no exception.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Dec 08, 2012
- Version: 1.1.2
- Size: 741 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Electronic Arts Inc.
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Compatibility: OS X 10.6.8 or later
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