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[quote name='cassidy' timestamp='1333093091' post='8526944']
just do offline spot races
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Yeah this worked a treat, not many races later and Ive already gone up a few levels :)
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Been playing a lot of this today - now up to level 8 and well into the upgrading tree grind thing.

It really comes alive online though - had to put the Vita into the DMZ to get it to join a lobby - but once you find a decent lobby it super-tense, super-fast and close racing. And even better with the SFX low and the music volume up.

I think this is a real hidden gem amongst the Vita launch stuff - people have overlooked it because of the wacky structure, but I think it's brilliantly done.

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Yep. Beat the devil car on all three original tracks to unlock it. Then beat the angel car on the same tracks to unlock that. Once you've beaten both secret cars, you can turn off devil mode.

If you race online while you have the devil mode enabled against someone who doesn't have it, you send them them the devil gift too.
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This is a lot better than I thought it was. Initially it seemed like a waste of £8. But now it's slowly unveiling itself.
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does anyone know how to get ultimate charge and the flex nitro at the same time? some online ghosts have this but they're the same colour for me so i can't equip both - seems like a good setup. what setups are people using?
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picked this up yesterday with my $10 off coupon from gamestop for $20 :)
haven't had time to open it up yet to see if we get the extra cars and tracks like you did in the uk
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[quote name='spatular' timestamp='1333844736' post='8540671']
does anyone know how to get ultimate charge and the flex nitro at the same time? some online ghosts have this but they're the same colour for me so i can't equip both - seems like a good setup. what setups are people using?
[/quote]

I'm using flex nitro and the one that gives you a half full meter on the last lap (=lots of free nitro). Plus the one that gives you faster charge but less fast ultimate charge (ok as I don't use ultimate charge).

Now rank 11 and just beat the devil car at the 14th attempt. Proper racing excitement - you can't afford to miss a corner - it's seat of the pants stuff.

Plus Rotterdam Nation in the background. Taking me right back to 1995!

There's an awful lot of game in here, despite the reviews slating it for a lack of courses / cars etc. the thrill of power sliding round the courses has yet to get old, 11 hours in.

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What is up with Namco another week and no Lost Ruins track or Meltfire car. Best of all I can by the silver pass and not getting any content for it as its not available yet!
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Whether that's down to Namco or SCEE is anyone's guess. Neither have a particularly good track record at looking after their customers.

At least in the US, buying the Silver Pass gets you some new music and a Pac-Man car.
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I just bought this the other night, mainly due to Spe's ravings about it. DAMN YOU!!!! :D

The racing is fucking sublime though, so i'm a happy man.

Is there any way to get a gold pass anymore? I want the full game, not just 3 tracks and 3 cars.
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[quote name='Quexex' timestamp='1334773949' post='8560143']
What is up with Namco another week and no Lost Ruins track or Meltfire car. Best of all I can by the silver pass and not getting any content for it as its not available yet!
[/quote]

Both are up, I dl'ed them last night on my vita.
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[quote name='Doc NI' timestamp='1334906884' post='8562996']
Both are up, I dl'ed them last night on my vita.
[/quote]

Woohoo, about time - no sign of the Silver Pass content though...
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And no mention on the psn blog, and only having just told people specifically asking... " in the next few weeks" or "no idea!"
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So the racing is awesome as ever, but what should I be putting my time into? The menus are all very confusing.
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Well I sold my cartridge version and downloaded the digital one (I had a code I didn't realise I had) so now I have this fantastic game always on my console :)
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Is there any need for the silver pass if you download the gold one? Are there additional tracks and cars?
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Whats the boost start tactic again?

Oh,and whats the difference between posting ghosts as near or global?
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Yeah. Gold pass gives you 3 course and some cars, silver gives you the remaining 3 courses plus some more cars. The items get with the gold pass are completely seperate from the ones the silver pass gives you.

In total, there are 9 courses. The 3 you get with the game. The 3 with the gold pass, and soon, 3 more that are part of the silver pass (they're the 3 new tracks for the 3DS game).

[quote name='Syntax' timestamp='1335005648' post='8565106']
Whats the boost start tactic again?
[/quote]

To boost, you have to just be redlining when the countdown ends. Unusually accelerate fully, let go on 'two', then press again just before 'go'.
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[quote name='Syntax' timestamp='1335003229' post='8565055']
So the racing is awesome as ever, but what should I be putting my time into? The menus are all very confusing.
[/quote]

From memory , spot race until you get to rank 7 or so, and then move onto online.
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The first of the 3DS tracks - OceanFront Cruiseway - is available to US-ers. It's probably the weakest of the lot, both graphically and in layout. The other two new course that are inbound were the best thing about the 3DS game, and I heard mention they're due next week.
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Totaly agree with SPE brilliant game and a bit misunderstood due to the weird way you get content (although I'm all for namco releasing new tracks via psn, and after getting the gold pass free feel there is already plenty there for my 15 quid).

Looks fucking lush too.
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17 hours in, rank 14. 10000+ CR. one thing I don't understand is why I'm randomly chosen as a VIP every day. It's been about 6 on the trot now. Any ideas?

Aside from that, this is great fun, and really competitive online. Easily my most played Vita game so far.
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      Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition (PS4, PS3, PS Vita)
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      Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PS4, PS Vita)
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      Titan Souls (PS4, PS Vita)
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      PS4
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      Ender of Fire
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      Hand of Fate
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      Never Alone: Foxtales
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      Pinball Arcade Season One Pro Upgrade
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      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Bundle
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      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass
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      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Upgrade
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      Vector Unit Racing Bundle
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      PS3
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      Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle
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      Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle
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      Offer price £16.50/€20.00
       
      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pass
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      Offer price £12.50/€15.00
       
      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass
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      Offer price £16.50/€20.00
       
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      Trine 2
      Original price £9.29/€11.25
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      PS Vita
      Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle
      Original price £24.99/€29.99
      Offer price £12.50/€15.00
       
      Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle
      Original price £32.99/€39.99
      Offer price £16.50/€20.00
       
      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pass
      Original price £24.99/€29.99
      Offer price £12.50/€15.00
       
      Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass
      Original price £32.99/€39.99
      Offer price £16.50/€20.00
       
      Sparkle Unleashed
      Original price £5.79/€6.99
      Offer price £2.90/€3.50

      Dead or Alive DLC (ends 16th September 2015)
       
      DLC 1089 Ultimate Kasumi Content
      Original price £15.99/€19.99
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      DLC 1090 Ultimate Ayane Content
      Original price £17.99/€21.99
      Offer price £13.13/€16.05
       
      DLC 1093 Ultimate Leifang Content
      Original price £17.99/€21.99
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