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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. npcs_1992

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    Nice cinematic shot. Reminds me of Driv3r haha.

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    my first real PC games were F16 Multirole Fighter and Interstate 76. Although originally being a vehicle based combat simulation most of the time I used to detach all weapons and join a free-roam to explore the map (things haven't really changed in 20+ years I guess...)

    The Las Colinilas terrain somehow reminded me of the Air Base map in I76 so I just had to do some nostalgic GenY stuff :D
    Anyone here who remembers Interstate 76? Even today the GOG version is real fun to play and there are so many small details and easter eggs I haven't really understood as a 6-8 year old playing a game in a foreign language.

    Cheers ^^

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    If you're unable to play the game - at least give that awesome funky soundtrack a shot :D

    Beam me up to Youtube, Scotty
    Volume warning!
     
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  2. dezzey

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    420 messages!
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    nardo gray
     
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  8. Penguin72

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    This is because you are using an old mod that doesn't support PBR.

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    69 negative camber (a lot)
     
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    80s computer graphic is yes
     
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  12. Penguin72

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    700th post yay
    so yeah pre-0.23 moment

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    Sometimes forget just how beautiful this game can get...

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    THIS, is a 1985 Ibishu Pigeon Cool, an adorable little pickup truck from Japan. It's tiny, it's made of fiberglass and today, I'm going to review it.

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    So first, a bit of history. In Japan, Ibishu is known for their P-series trucks, a long line of absolutely bare-bones mini pickups going all the way back to the 1930's. These started out as little more than motorcycles with pickup beds, later evolving into three-wheeled kei trucks with the introduction of the 1960 Ibishu P360.

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    In 1979, Ibishu replaced the P360 with the P550. This model featured an upgraded engine and brand-new styling, and it came in three trim levels - standard, Plus and Cool, the latter two finally getting a fourth wheel. It was also the first to be sold outside of Japan; in Britain it was called the Pigeon, virtually unchanged apart from the name. This example is a Pigeon Cool, featuring a roll bar, a rear jump seat and various cosmetic upgrades.

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    Even with those extras, you can still tell that this is a no-nonsense, barely-more-than-a-motorcycle vehicle. Behind those hubcaps are four 10-inch, three-lug steel wheels. Most trucks have at least five, but with the Pigeon, three is all you get! As for the fiberglass body's styling, it's purely industrial yet oddly charming - it manages to be cute without even trying.

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    Under the hood is... a lot of nothing. That's because on the three-wheeled models, this is where the front swing arm suspension would go. Look a little closer and you'll see the mid-mounted 550-cc inline three mated to a three-speed - yes, three-speed - manual transmission. Again, three is all you get. I imagine that with just a little work, you could make the Pigeon's front void into a cargo bin of some sort.

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    Getting inside the Pigeon is easy thanks to its ridiculously tall passenger compartment, but once you're in there, there isn't a whole lot. The doors are hilariously and I don't think they would offer any protection in a crash, plus the windows don't even roll down, they just sort of pop out. The seats are also the bare minimum, just two pieces of foam bolted to a metal frame that doesn't even move. On the center console, you have your shifter, your parking brake and a little bin for whatever small items you want to carry in your Pigeon.

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    The dashboard is similarly spartan, featuring exactly seven buttons, two sliders and one vent; every one of them does exactly what you would expect. Underneath is the Ibishu logo and an exposed u-joint that they just left there. Overall, plain would be an understatement. I did, however, notice a curious yellow warning label on the dashboard that says, "WARNING: DO NOT MAKE A STEERING SHARPLY AT THE HIGH SPEED," complete with a picture of a three-wheeled Pigeon tipping over. I guess they didn't bother to remove that warning on the four-wheeled models, or translate it correctly on any model for that matter.

    Stay tuned for part 2 where I take the pigeon out on the road and give it an emotiguy score
     
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