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Factory Five GTM 'Factory R160 ST'

Factory Five GTM 'Factory R160 ST' in Burnout Revenge, Racing, 2005

Class: Cars, Coupé — Origin: US

Playable Vehicle Playable vehicle

Factory Five GTM 'Factory R160 ST'

Picture provided by : TrueCrime

Factory Five GTM 'Factory R160 ST'

Picture provided by : TrueCrime

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

MBSL65fan

2007-10-03 03:50

Ferrari F50

crazyforcars12

2007-10-03 17:25

Looks more Maserati MC12

CrazyCars EN (13)

2007-10-13 12:17

I still think MC12

BattleMachines2009 US (0)

2009-08-06 18:32

I think it's a 2005 Ford GT. Love it!! :love: :love:

Tuppence870 UK (66)

2013-04-17 18:06

This is easily more of a Ford GT than the MC12 and the car currently listed as a GT in this game...

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2016-10-04 12:12

Better high-quality pic: i.imgur.com/byQ4bJ7.png

Speedevil BE (178)

2016-10-04 13:22

There's a lot of aliasing, did you use an emulator?

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-10-04 13:27

He clearly did. I've played this game on an Emu and the graphics are about the same on default. It's just the zoom made it even worse than normal.

I may boot this back up on PCSX2 and play through the game again to get some shots. (Since save games only work if they were on the card when I downloaded it for me. :/)

-- Last edit: 2016-10-04 13:29:27

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2016-10-04 13:30

I did use an emulator. At least it's more clear. I hate blurry pics.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-10-04 13:31

carcrazedalex586 wrote I did use an emulator. At least it's more clear. I hate blurry pics.

So you like jagged edges more? :p

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2016-10-04 13:32

I don't know how to fix these aliasing stuff. Help me, please.

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2016-10-04 13:35

I think I know what I should do. I should switch to hardware mode. Ain't that right?

sajmon14 PL (232)

2016-10-04 13:37

IIRC PCSX2 had anti-aliasing function

Speedevil BE (178)

2016-10-04 15:08

carcrazedalex586 wrote I think I know what I should do. I should switch to hardware mode. Ain't that right?

Yes. You can enable anti aliasing with the hardware render mode.

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