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Thread: The definitive list of differences between WO3 and WO3:SE

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    I didn't know there was a reverse track dubbery-wotsit in SE 8O; evidently I haven't played it enough. I'll have to get back into it.

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    yes and no, its the same track in itself but the corners are different and the pitches in the hieght are different so its a totlly different track if you know what i mean
    It's very different actually, because I think last time I checked, the power pads and speed pads do NOT mirror with the track.

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    I just noticed after fiddling with the options that on 3 SE when you turn off weapons (crap!!!!) the weapons pads disappear from the track altogether but on normal WO 3 they remain on the track and just stay grey, it looks strange where you would normally get a weapons pad in the middle of two speed up pads you go over them knowing something should be there

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    YES!!! I got mine today, although its the double pack with DD2 I think its still worth it.

    I first tried Altima VII, my favourite track from wipeout, very cool on the new engine.

    Few details I maybe missed in the previous posts, but the crafts look slightly more detailed and there now is a different 'bleep" when you finish.

    For those who are still searching and dont mind about buying the double pack, I bought mine on http://www.azzur.de . For me it was the best solution since I dont have a creditcard. They also ship to other countries (Belgium for me so ... ).

    Ow yeah, you should know the manual/cover/ect is in german, but I didnt mind.

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    hehe,
    I also get it in german, but that's no problem for me :mrgreen:

    You can change the language in the game, that's the main ting! And you do not need an english booklet to understand the game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausehuhn
    You can change the language in the game, that's the main ting!
    Hehe, yep! I dislike most of the dubbing in games or movies, but they always keep the English in racing games. Which is good. ;)

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    Yes, game itself is in english offcourse. Manual is mostly the same as wipeout 3 and I also got that one (in english yes) so no problem there. Only the "2 spiele" on the front looks kinda absurd between my other games.

    Doesnt mather anyway cause I'm beginning to understand why this game is "the best in the series". Wipeout 3 allready was more then great, but the extra features in SE just make it close to perfect.

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    Just updated the list (see first post).

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    well in wo3 the cloack did same work as the shield(not sure if protected agains mines though).
    in SE it's fixed > you lose energy if you crash in the walls!

    Praeterea censeo autopilotum esse delendam

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    From the original list:
    17 - "Flip Tracks" option available by default from start.
    Did I go blind without noticing? I never found this option, where is it?

    And one more thing. It's not so much a difference between 3 and 3SE as it is a nuance between 3 NTSC and any PAL release of WO3. In the PAL versions, the clock only counts in increments of 4 hundredths of a second, whereas Americans get a counter with no gaps.

    Ben

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