TM2 Lagoon physics

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RXDimA
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TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by RXDimA » 19 Dec 2018, 22:28

Quite a rough landing on C07 with full throttle at the beginning in Lagoon after the MP4.1 update. I remember it being smoother than the crash-land that happens now. Or is it supposed to be like that?

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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by riolu » 20 Dec 2018, 16:20

The physics were slightly altered due to code change, resulting in PF starts to not work properly anymore. A similar thing can be observed on Lagoon E04 for instance. Nothing you can do about it sadly, except for trying your best to avoid a terrible landing somehow...

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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by Cyberdust » 30 Dec 2018, 02:03

I wondered why i'm having a bad time with Lagoon E04 when in your blind run it seemed PF...

Edit : also the E05 FW jump (leap i should say) seems wonkier than it used to

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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics/WorldRecords?

Post by null8fuenf10 » 05 Jan 2019, 14:27

Hi,

my thought about this. When the physics changed, the Worldrecords should be reseted, too! ;)

Greetings :pil

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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by Demented » 05 Jan 2019, 16:21

I agree with that. While changes are usually done in a way that makes times faster there are instances where they may not be. (IE: PF-starts)
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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by Miss » 05 Jan 2019, 23:58

I disagree - you'd be erasing a valuable part of history. The only time I think they should be reset is if the new physics make you slower so that the old records are literally unbeatable.
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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by Demented » 06 Jan 2019, 16:20

Good point. It would be a shame for someone who worked hard to set a record to lose that recognition.
So how can it be determined that based on a physics change an old record can never be broken?
By vote? By amount of passed time?
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Re: TM2 Lagoon physics

Post by Miss » 06 Jan 2019, 18:54

When MP4 released, it was pretty obvious from the beginning that old Canyon records are very easily beaten. I wonder if something like that as ever happened though - unbeatable records after a physics change.
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