The future according to videogames

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Preezy
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PostRe: The future according to videogames
by Preezy » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:30 am

Wipeout 2097 - I reckon in another 79 years we'll have hover motorsports. You could easily envisage Formula 1 shifting to hyper speed maglev vehicles in the quest for more exciting races. Doubt they'd have weapons on them though.

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PostRe: The future according to videogames
by jawafour » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:34 am

Preezy wrote:Wipeout 2097...

Anti-grav racing may well be possible in that timeframe, Preezy. Whilst watching OutRun 2019 I noticed that the vehicles could jump down to sections of the track below; pretty neat for 1993! By the time 2097 rolls around I hope that they will have refined this technique.

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PostRe: The future according to videogames
by Alvin Flummux » Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:24 pm

Preezy wrote:Wipeout 2097 - I reckon in another 79 years we'll have hover motorsports. You could easily envisage Formula 1 shifting to hyper speed maglev vehicles in the quest for more exciting races. Doubt they'd have weapons on them though.


In America they might. :shifty:

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PostRe: The future according to videogames
by Preezy » Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:36 pm

Alvin Flummux wrote:
Preezy wrote:Wipeout 2097 - I reckon in another 79 years we'll have hover motorsports. You could easily envisage Formula 1 shifting to hyper speed maglev vehicles in the quest for more exciting races. Doubt they'd have weapons on them though.


In America they might. :shifty:

The massacre at the Houston Future Speedring wouldn't have happened if the hovercars had guns...


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