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Sep 6, 2007 | 6:48 PM EDT

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THE SEQUEL IS NOW AVAILABLE : FUGITIVE TAKEDOWN 2
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Find it on my NG account page, or use the link i put in the game above (it'll open the sequel version in a new page).

Please recommend FT2 for the driving collection otherwise, as Bunnell is my witness, i WILL keep banging on about it in the responses below.

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zerogeasszerogeass

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very good

perfect, controls litte hard, and John Bunnell is UBER to the extreme!


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saagood13saagood13

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

yer it's OK

it's alright not much wrong with it good game


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crazyguns100crazyguns100

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

it was ok.

but i agree, it is hard to control


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kandydreamskandydreams

Rated 2 / 5 stars

WTF!!!!

How the fuck do we drive...the controls suck



T-850T-850

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ways to drift......

If you want to drifts elegantly without any crashes, try practising the control of the pedals and the wheel.

There 3 useful drifting styles which helps playing the game:

1. Powerover (when turns into skid, releases the gas and steps on it again when exiting the corners. It's effective against hairpin turns),

2. Feint (turns into skid in opposite direction against the incoming corners then quickly skids back to the correct direction to slide across the corners. Especially effective against consecutive turns and zic-zac turns),

3. Lift-off (this style is the most effective against sudden-tight turns with are samilar to the C121 corner of the Usui Pass in Initial D. Just turns into skid first and keeps control on the wheel to keep sliding at the wide sections, then quickly steer for the tight sections.)

That's all.