7 votes

Inertial Drift - Launch trailer

5 comments

  1. Deimos
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    The reviews on this are looking quite positive so far. There's a free "prologue" available on Steam, which is basically a demo.

    The reviews on this are looking quite positive so far. There's a free "prologue" available on Steam, which is basically a demo.

    2 votes
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    kfwyre
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    This looks great! It seems like it might scratch the itch that Drift86 didn't quite do for me. I'll definitely be trying it out when I get some time to, especially because preliminary ProtonDB...

    This looks great! It seems like it might scratch the itch that Drift86 didn't quite do for me. I'll definitely be trying it out when I get some time to, especially because preliminary ProtonDB reports appear promising.

    1 vote
    1. Deimos
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      I can't speak to the Proton support, but I tried the prologue demo out earlier and really like it. The twin-stick drifting feels great, I wouldn't be surprised to see some other games start...

      I can't speak to the Proton support, but I tried the prologue demo out earlier and really like it. The twin-stick drifting feels great, I wouldn't be surprised to see some other games start adopting that after seeing how well it works here.

      1 vote
  3. AugustusFerdinand
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    This looks good and is about as close to one of my favorite games, Auto Modelista, styling-wise as I can expect these days. Will check out the demo and go for the game if I like it. $20 (although...

    This looks good and is about as close to one of my favorite games, Auto Modelista, styling-wise as I can expect these days. Will check out the demo and go for the game if I like it. $20 (although it's on sale for $18 right now) isn't a bad deal.

    1 vote
  4. Wes
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    I tried the Prologue (which seems to be the new word for "demo"). The drifting mechanic strangely reminded me of drifting in Redout. There too you need to drift into turns using both thumbsticks....

    I tried the Prologue (which seems to be the new word for "demo"). The drifting mechanic strangely reminded me of drifting in Redout. There too you need to drift into turns using both thumbsticks.

    The two vehicle classes I tested both handled very differently. There's likely a learning curve to each new vehicle. Track memorization is also clearly a big factor in this game.

    For me it seems like the kind of game that's fun for a romp, but I'd probably not want to dedicate the time to get properly good at it.

    1 vote