|QUOTE (Shutttlecock? @ Nov 12 2007, 20:13)|
| if you like the NRG missions try getting like 2 or 3 stars and then trying it, it adds a whole new element :] |
I agree; I actually do the NRG-500 Challenge now with San Fierro still locked, meaning I have a 4-Star Wanted Level while attempting it.
I can usually get a time of about 3:00.
|QUOTE (Steve Crook @ Nov 12 2007, 23:33)|
|They are all quite a bit easier if you have built up your driving experience in that vehicle to a maximum. There's less chance of you crashing out and you can control the vehicle much better...|
...All driving gets easier as you get more experience, in the game and playing the game
I'm not sure if you're referring to 'Skill', or if you’re just referring about a player's ability to get a feel for how the vehicles work in this game.
Several people think 'Skill' improves your handling and driving ability, but it doesn’t.
The same goes for Bike Skill, Cycling Skill, and Flying Skill; none of them actually improves your ability to operate that vehicle; for Bike Skill and Cycling Skill, it just keeps C.J. from falling off (and Bunny-Hopping higher for Cycling Skill), that’s all, nothing more.
The reason for the ‘Skill’ increases is to force you to practice before attempting certain missions, such as 8-Track or Dirt Track, etc.
All vehicles handle the same no matter what skill percentage you’re at.