Live for Speed S2
There are not too many racing sims out there featuring deep realistic car controls and in-depth car configuration possibilities, but Live for Speed aims bring all that and more for any racing fan looking for a true-to-life simulation.
No arcade mode, no steering aidLive for Speed is a racing simulator that aims to take things as serious as possible when it comes to the amount of customizable details and car control, so if you're looking for an Arcade mode or steering/braking aids, you should look somewhere else, as the game aims to make you feel the thrills and action of real-life racing while you're behind the steering wheel.
That's why developers recommend playing the game with a steering wheel instead of the classic keyboard and/or mouse combination, to make you feel like you're driving a real car.
Speaking of cars, Live for Speed comes with two different tiers that offer over 15 unique vehicles, each with their own attributes and steering challenges. From small cars to Formula 1 or exotic vehicles, you'll have a wide range of choices when it comes to driving.
Lots of technical customization optionsWhile driving will get the best out of you out there on the circuit, while at the pitstop you will be able to perform all sorts of modifications to your ride. From tire wear and fuel consumption to more technical data for suspensions, brakes, steering and clutch, Live for Speed will offer all the options needed to turn your car into a real racing machine.
Racing tracks are also varied and come with multiple configurations that will challenge your driving skills to the maximum. While trying to beat the AI in single player can be quite fun, you will surely experience an even greater sense of accomplishment when you'll beat real players in multiplayer mode.
Finding the perfect path to take in each curve, racing as fast as you can down straight lines and pushing your brakes to the max to surpass your opponents when they're least expecting it is incredibly rewarding.