Pro Cycling Manager/Tour de France 2010

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Management
Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
Developer: Cyanide Studio
Release Date: 2010

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by Rainier on July 2, 2010 @ 2:44 a.m. PDT

Benefiting from a new more beautiful and more powerful graphic engine, Pro Cycling Manager/Tour de France 2010 marks one of the most important steps since the beginning of the series.

Get the Pro Cycling Manager/Tour de France 2010 - v1.0.1.8 Patch off WP (105mb)

The hundreds of races are more beautiful and immersive than ever thanks to many new improvements added to the scene such as High-resolution photo-realistic textures, new handling of the flora which is now luxuriant, reworked ambient lighting, gigantic environments… The game offers an unprecedented gaming experience to all cycling fans!

Many other exciting novelties are also coming in 2010, such as a whole new Season mode, which lets you create and customize your own competitions: choice of teams, legs/races, the draft, etc. The game also features many new challenges in the form of performances and historic records to beat, that will fulfill all challenge-thirsty players’ desires!


Last but not least, creative minds will be delighted to know that they have not been forgotten, as the game also includes a new race editor! The powerful, efficient and accessible race editor allows the creation of an infinity of new and extremely detailed races where you can control every element from weather to the ambient setting and the curves of the roads. The topographic tool included in the editor even allows the players to create races in real locations of the world!

In order to provide a more realistic and a more intense experience, the game features high resolution textures and a new handling of the flora, which is now more luxuriant and diverse. Many advanced visual effects complete the ultimate rendering of the game: the bloom effect simulates image exposure to light, the depth of field enhances the focus of the TV cameras that follow cyclists during each race, while the motion blur simulates speed.


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