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Test Drive Unlimited 2 (PC)

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
3.2 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Windows 7 / Vista / XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B003P0X3V0
  • Release Date: 11 Feb. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,023 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PC

Manufacturer's Description

Test Drive Unlimited 2 transforms the driving genre, adding the persistence, progression and customisation of the latest multiplayer games to the critically acclaimed racing of the Test Drive franchise. Test Drive Unlimited 2 integrates a new generation of online and multiplayer features, creating a dynamic world of evolving content and challenges.

    Key Features:

    Connect: Test Drive Unlimited 2 is "always live" with automatic content updates and seamless online/offline integration. New content, challenges and features will integrate dynamically into the gameplay as the world evolves over time.



    Customise your dream house and invite your friends over
    Customise: Tailor your car with custom paint jobs, decals and trims. Customise every aspect of your avatar--hair, clothes, physique and attitude. Buy your dream house (or showroom… or yacht), decorate, furnish and invite your friends.

    Build your garage with different cars for all-terrains

    Race:
    Test Drive Unlimited 2 puts the world’s most desirable vehicles in the player’s hands. These ultra-limited edition masterpieces are flawlessly replicated with Eden’s finely tuned driving technology.
Cruise, Socialise and race in the world's most exclusive supercars

Experience: An all-new single player story mode with compelling character progression. Create your custom avatar and build your fortune.
Explore: Hit the streets on a whole new island: Ibiza. Take on thousands of unique missions as you explore over two-thousand miles of back roads and black top in this Mediterranean paradise. Additionally, you can head to the Ibiza airport and take a flight to Oahu and experience the Hawaiian island as you never have before: with more than 600km of new asphalt and off-road network added as well as completely new missions and challenges.
Socialise: A whole new out-of-car mode, where you can walk around shared spaces and interact with other players. All-new driving clubs (guilds) are now a huge part of the game.
Evolve: Dozens of new enhancements, features and modes: dynamic weather, day/night, motion blur, car damage, a completely new handling model and more. New core driving modes and gameplay including Championship, racing school, duels and cups. Off-road is now featured, with a whole new class of vehicle and hundreds of miles of off road tracks now in the game.
 
 


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I loved the original TDU but negative reviews made me nervous about buying this. Luckily it's now been some time since release and I didn't really run across any Bug issues.
I followed advice and played this with an X-Box controller and set the driving to Full Assist, and I'd recommend anyone but the hardcore drivers to do the same, as it made this a fun and accessible game.
Starting as a parking valet, you soon get invited to compete in a racing contest that spans Ibiza and Hawaii, and I found that while the races were occasionally a little tricky, they were largely fun and fair enough to be beaten with not too many restarts. As you progress through the game you gain access to several car classes and have to 'unlock' the ability to enter class based races by passing a driving test that boils down to some flashy test lap circuits and manouvering challenges. These tests aren't too much of an obstacle as they're easy once you get the hang of them.
The campaign is hilarious due to several factors: yes, the voice acting is shocking. It sounds like it's come from a '90s Sega rally title and is carried out by people who often over-emphasise every other word (eg: "WHO will WIN this RACE???"), A slight attempt has been made to give a bit of character (main opponent Tess' rivalry with her own father) but by and large they're horrible characters with retro-feeling animation: An obnoxious fashionista with a tiny dog who always turns up in overpriced cars, a pair of knuckleheaded 'duuuude' twins, an obnoxious ex-race driver who criticises his own daughter as a spoilt brat...
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As an owner of the first test drive unlimited (xbox 360 version) which i loved, i wanted this version just as much.. With the xbox version sold out in record time everywhere, i thought just grab the pc version for time being, then read nearly all reviews with how bad this is... "hmmmmmm should i??" so i tossed a coin which made me buy it.

Ok installed pretty quick to what some people were saying.. Updated 3/4 times before letting me jump in, then noticed that it was windowed mode and everything set to keyboard.. ok jump to settings etc/video/full screen.. "aha".. i got full screen... "sound?".. yep got sound... xbox controller?... found xbox controller.. so no problem so far to what ive read.

In game.. yes you can not skip the cut scenes with all the bad voice over acting (god knows where they got these voice actors from... must of been eastenders!!) then your in a ferrari (dream) and your first drive.. Ok!! controllers need sorting out, its way way to sensitive on the xbox sticks, so after a little bit of messing around with sliders, " there.. that aint too bad now" then before you know it (and a few more cut scenes)your in a race, got your first car, and getting out there with the other players.. not bad at all.

But it does have some annoying problems at the mo... First of all, the annoying cut scenes which you just dont need that keep popping up to every race series your about to start..also every bloomin american thats logged in with headsets on that just suddenly come up very loudly on the speakers with rock music playing in the back ground!! whats this, a commercial for nirvana!! (actually i had that problem in the first one). Car getting stuck on some very low kerbs. And the odd time out connection.
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Hi all,

I have been reading the reviews that people are giving and I feel that I have to put my opinion out there.

Test Drive Unlimited 1 was a great game, a big online comunity, a huge island (Hawaii) with thousands of miles of roads to freely drive on, Hundreds of races, Several Championships, Plenty of cars, some Bikes, and loads to see, do and find. The problems for me were that the undulating road surfaces were not smooth, but angled, which meant at speed your car/Bike could lose control when going up or down a hill due to the sometimes harsh angle. Also the Windows 7 Compatibility was a little off, you could get it to work, but it took a little work.

Test Drive Unlimited 2 is far better in every way. There are now 2 islands, Hawaii and Ibiza, both with completely drivable surfaces, i.e. You can drive everywhere and anywhere except on water obviously :-). They have added Off-Road Racing, More Cars, More Races, More Championships, More Tournaments, Better Online Community support including Clubs, more Online race types including Co-Op modes. They have even added a Casino with Roulette, Slot machines and Texas Hold-em Cash games, Sit and go Tournaments as well as 4 VIP Tournaments.

The Scope of TDU2 is MASSIVE!!! It's trully amazing what they have done with the game. There is just so much to do and with more to come it's hard to fault...But there are some niggles...

I do feel the developers have rushed the game out, I feel that this is a big mistake for ANY developer to do, and many big developers do it, I just feel that for the early adopters it leaves a bad taste in the mouth.

There are issues with the servers going down, getting much better on a daily basis.
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