Project CARS Vs Real Life Video Comparison Gamer

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Don’t we all just love video game graphics that look so good that we can actually compare them to real life? Well, DigiProst is one of those YouTubers who has the time, money and patience to put together a tightly edited, two minute and 20 second video featuring a virtual versus a very real, real life.

DSO Gaming managed to snag the video off YouTube, where it was posted just a few short days ago. You can check it out for yourself and see how well measures up to the non-virtual comparison.

looks gorgeous, as usual. The video above doesn’t really do the game any justice, though.

I know some of you are thinking “Well how much more justice can be done for a game that already looks darn-near realistic?” well, you might want to take a gander at the video below for comparison purposes. It looks pretty mind-blowing if I must say so myself.

Good goodness. I still can’t get over the clarity and graphical ambiance present in . I love the comments on the YouTube page for that video above, a certain panzerdiv666 stated that…

Yes, true that, son… true that.

The only disheartening thing about is the situation involving the Wii U’s delay. The game being pushed to 2015 for Nintendo’s little console-that-could is a bothersome thing that reeks of the typical publisher politics that continues to plague the Big ‘N’s efforts to help get the Wii U out of the slump it suffered throughout the two quarters in 2013. Ironically enough, the slump was brought on by third-party publishers doing exactly what Bandai Namco is doing with : silly delays with very little information.

Anyway, from Slightly Mad Studios, and distributed by Bandai Namco, is due for release on PC, Xbox One and PS4 this November. The Wii U version is set to release some time in 2015.

You can learn more about the game by paying a kind visit to the game’s official website.

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