As the title states, this is a short comparison of TXRD and TXRD2; the two touge games from Genki released in the U.S.
In the first part of the video when I hit the walls goin' around corners, I am turning the wheel but the car is not responding. The car simply doesn't turn very well on TXRD.
Another noticeable characteristic of TXRD is how the cars pivot as if there is a pole through the rear axle of the car. The car's turning is unnatural and awkward.
On TXRD2, the car is a lot more responsive to inputs like steering. The car is far more enjoyable to drive and much easier to control.
The pivot point on the cars varies with each tuned setup - much more like in real life. This makes the cars more like a simulation rather than an arcade game - like TXRD.
TXRD2 has much better physics, car selection, course/track environments, sound quality, and load times. If you liked TXRD, definitely check out TXRD2. If you didn't like TXRD, I would still buy a used copy of TXRD2 and try it out.