Nissan does some crazy, cool stuff sometimes. Its latest stunt: hooking up a GT-R with servomotors and robotics to control steering, acceleration, braking and gearshifts, all controlled by a stock standard PlayStation 4 controller.
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For all its problems, the developers behind Driveclub on the PS4 can at least be proud of how good the game's screenshots look.
Developers have found clever ways to advertise brands in the games we play. Last year, we discovered that Sim City Social featured a Dunkin Donuts building that was much, much better than the normal bakeries in the game.
It's hard to find fault in any Xterra owner who takes it upon themselves to paint their rear hatch with the controls of a Game Boy...if they do it right. We'd love to be the types not make fun of people who try really hard at something and kind of miss on the execution, but we're just not that secure. So spot the big screw-up in the comments!
Oh, and that said, this car, spotted on the street by one intrepid photographer, is more than a little fantastic. And it's not likely to be replaced by various forms of emulation any time soon, which is a plus. gamer 4