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The GM entry for this year's design challenge at the Los Angeles auto show imagines a "Car Hero" software application -- reminiscent of the popular "Guitar Hero" video games -- intended to teach young motorists to drive.


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It carries a disclaimer saying the experience would be rated "T for Teen" with a warning of "thrills, excitement and loss of bladder control."


this is really really funny
 

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This and a copy of Test Drive Unlimited will do a much better job.
 

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I will have to check this out when I go, still don't see why they can't just go drive an actual car.

Thats the Logitech G25 above BTW
 

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There's already a Car Hero, it's called GT5.
 

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There's already a Car Hero, it's called GT5.
Is that the mythical game that they released a 40USD demo of only to delay it time after time after time?
 

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Is that the mythical game that they released a 40USD demo of only to delay it time after time after time?

You can't rush perfectness.
 

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Is that the mythical game that they released a 40USD demo of only to delay it time after time after time?

While I do think it's rediculous for them to charge a full game price for Prologue, but from all the gameplay videos I've seen, it's going to be epic when it's released. I rather wait another year for a perfect game than a glitch fest like NFS Shift.
 
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