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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:04PM Interitus said

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Lol. I love APB's customization, it lets people make some great stuff.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:06PM Lombardus said

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Ruh-Oh! :p

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:07PM foofad said

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Back in the RTW APB beta, the two most popular cars to make were this, and the General Lee. Everyone's came out a little different, but they were usually all pretty darn close to the original.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:10PM DevilSei said

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Correct me should I be wrong, but wasn't something like this done already back during the game's original release?
I'm just remembering a lot of stuff player-made that high-lighted the game's strong points, and this seems very, very familiar.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:42PM Protoavis said

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@DevilSei

I dunno, I know someone had done the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle van
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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:10PM Vendayn said

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I'm going to play APB just to make an exact copy of this...that is just epic. Scooby Doo is still my favorite show ever, and I'm 22 years old.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:20PM (Unverified) said

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Wow, groovy.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:27PM Ryukan said

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@Devil Sei
Back in the first incarnation of APB there was a group of players who made Star Trek themed characters and a vehicle called The Enterprise. I think the Sccoby Doo thing had been done back then too.

Some site (can't remember which one now) had a slide show displaying various player made customizations based on pop culture and other real world influences.

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 4:42PM Ratham said

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APB:R sucks compared to the original :(

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 5:09PM Azules said

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@Ratham I don't think so, they fixed the awful fuckups in the network code, for starters. game plays like a dream now.
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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 5:32PM Superjudge said

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@Ratham
If by "sucks" you mean you can't buy your way to the top on day one and that now they have tuned the game so that even a brand new player can take the starter weapons and do very well using just their personal skills, then yes APB:R "sucks". The game is everything that the original was without the gear giving what would normally be unskilled players god-like abilities. Now you actually have to think about what you are doing rather than relying on your wallet to make you the best.
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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 5:32PM foofad said

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@Ratham In what way? I played the original extensively and in my brief time with APB:R, Reloaded is the better version.
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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 7:31PM Ratham said

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@Superjudge "relying on your wallet to make you the best."
PLEASE tell me you don't mean a real wallet....
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Posted: Jun 2nd 2011 10:35AM Superjudge said

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@Ratham
Really, you didn't catch the metaphor there? I'm starting to worry about you man.
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Posted: Jun 1st 2011 5:17PM Helenius said

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http://heroes4hire.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=125095946

This Mystery Machine is from the original APB, done by Decap of clan Rockstars

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 7:51PM StClair said

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Jinkies!

Posted: Jun 1st 2011 8:05PM Graill440 said

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close approximation of the mystery machine, good job. Customization was the big seller in this title, didnt save it though, and wont.

Posted: Jun 2nd 2011 2:35AM UnSub said

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Given that APB will probably last longer than 2 months this time, I wonder if such creations will catch the eye of IP lawyers far and wide.

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