Like the game itself, the selection of tracks in Test Drive varies from being flat to crazy. While the game does let you choose the driving experience you want, it does a good job of giving you a track that fits your driving style. When playing in launch control mode, it's easy to get frustrated with how empty the track is. You have to drive in the car to find the best route, even if you have a perfect driving skill. On our first run in the new HD 2500, we found a shortcut straight through the middle of the track.
Despite being a test of the game, our test of the Dodge still turned out to be very fun. There's a lot to like about the Laramie Longhorn, including its large interior and the fact that it's heavy enough to handle off-road. Like a lot of similar trucks, it's a little underpowered, but it has the right suspension setup, so it's good on the twisty backroads.
The Laramie Longhorn has a few things going for it. First, it's a large pickup truck, which offers more room to jump in and out of. Second, it's a Dodge, which means it's got some history behind it. Finally, it's technically capable of going from 0-to-60 mph in just over 3 seconds. The game doesn't account for that, though. It tells you it will take a little over 3.8 seconds for the truck to go from zero to 60. Our test ended up at 3.9 seconds.
The Laramie Longhorn is an older model, but still good to drive. The game helps you get around the cluttered, boring racetracks by setting you up for a good race. As you drive, your car will show you an option in the lower left corner of the screen that you can use to change a race condition. In the video above, we are watching a drag race. As you drive, you will see the option to change lanes ahead of you. If you are too slow and get stuck behind a slower car, you can choose to leave that lane and move to the next one ahead of you.
We were able to easily reach 60 MPH, and it was easy to see just how big the Laramie truck was in the game. While the game's handling is an improvement from the Forza series, the physics engine is still not perfect, and occasionally the truck would do something that was unexpected. For example, at about 5:10 in the video, we switched the truck into D-Mode for launching purposes. As soon as we did this, the truck got a bit stuck, and we had to drive up a slight ramp to get out. The APC slant-6 does not like getting stuck.
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