LeviPT Comments

  • Driving ambition: pCARS, crowdfunding and the FSA

  • LeviPT 19/04/2013

    @Stormy81 You keep saying you are and claiming that the game is that, but i never seen anyone at the official forums saying anything like that.
    I invite you to post at the official forums this info and maybe share your thoughts on how to improve what you feel being like "shift", otherwise i will continue to believe you are just trying (but failing) to stain SMS reputation :)
    Reply +16
  • LeviPT 19/04/2013

    @Stormy81 I would love to believe that you are a member, but you just sound like the same guy i keep running into everywhere where a post about Project CARS exist, also you seem to be a recent user here at Eurogamer.. coincidence maybe :) Reply +13
  • LeviPT 18/04/2013

    @Stormy81 For someone who claims to be a community member you either dont know what you are talking about or you are still playing the version from 2011 :) Reply +5
  • LeviPT 18/04/2013

    @weebl Kickstarter in the beginning was considered that also, something only a loony would place their money in, the same with many other kind of similar projects. If the WMD project gets approved this could be the death of those major companies that we love to vote as the worst company in the world and begin a new revolution in the gaming industry, could also solve alot of people current dificulties due to the world crisis. Reply +6
  • LeviPT 18/04/2013

    @Faramis Taking too long is something they arent doing for sure, usually the public has the notion that games are made in 1 or 2 years top but they forget that the companies that do this have more than 200 members while SMS been working with under 100 and they have achieved much more than R3E currently. Reply +7
  • LeviPT 18/04/2013

    @Repsode They promised that they would pay back to those that not only contributed but also work for it. This isnt just placing money in and then stare at it while it develops.
    You actually have to help them in everyway possible.
    Reply +3