It seems that Namco Bandai Games really is pushing for even more feature driven gameplay even as they close in on the release of The Fast and the Furious for the PS2 and PSP this summer, the company has announced that they will be integrating the features of the AVG-VDP1 system into the game for realtime feedback data so that the player gets the most detailed info that they can.
Some of the various features include: Acceleration, G-Forces, Horsepower and Torque. Items which should be pretty fun for people play around with as they race and advance the tuning on their car.
For those that haven't really been follow things take a look at the prepared summary by Namco Bandai Games:
Revolutionary Drift Model The first game to create an authentic, drift model system that is fun and approachable for players of all skill levels. Turn on the assists and feel like a pro, or turn them off and hone your drift skills.
An entirely authentic Drift racing experience Focusing on the next big thing in underground street racing this video game utilizes Universals extensive sound library, an incredible context based camera code, a revolutionary context based rumble system that gives players the feeling of driving city streets at break neck speeds like no other.
Total Immersion! Immerse yourself in the world of the game. 10,000+ polygon model cars, cinematic camera angles straight from the movie, unique boss challenges, stunning visuals and an Advanced Rubber Band AI system makes this the best looking, best playing racing game on PlayStation®2 and PSP system.
Robust customization options - Enhance the feeling of being part of the underground street racing world. Tune your ride with a hundred licensed wheels, and over 500 body kits from real JDM companies. Tune your ride like never before from performance to appearance, and for the first time ever swap out your engine to truly push the limits of your vehicle.
The Fast and the Furious is slated to arrive later this Summer so fans should keep an eye out for it as it looks to be shaping up quite well even as it nears release.