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Need For Speed 3 Hot Pursuit


CoCoNO,I don't have a steamdeck but I Do run Arch linux and play games using Steam Proton. I have the same problem with controls. Install a linux program called antimicrox from the AUR. It allows custom controller key mapping. You can then map the Keyboard controls to your controller. Hopefully works with Steam deck controller. I use it with xbox one, Xbox 360, old Logitech direct input, newer Logitech xinput and ps3 controllers and it works great with all. If you don't know about the AUR ( Arch User Repository) do some quick research. You need an AUR helper like yay installed to use it. Good luck.




Need For Speed 3 Hot Pursuit



Could it be that both the Tualatin, not to mention the Core 2 Duo, are way too fast for it and some CPU speed related bug is triggered? Anybody had a similar problem and managed to solve it? I also tried searching for the latest official patch but didn't have any luck, all old URLs are dead, but it probably wouldn't solve my issue anyway.


I remember a long time ago, around 2005 or so, running High Stakes on an X800 without needing to do anything 'funky' but I'm also certian that I pirated it back then and who knows what was patched and stuffed in to those pirated copies along side a NoCD crack. Where as today I have retail CDs via flea market finds.


Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit, Need for Speed: High Stakes, and Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed each has its own version of this file, plus there's a patched version of the Porsche Unleashed file that hides 16-bit color modes (needed with some video cards, e.g., GeForce4 Ti). I've had good luck with the Porsche Unleashed versions; in fact, I always use one of these files with Need for Speed: High Stakes. This seems to solve a lot of that game's graphics woes.


When you are playing Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit you might need to forward some ports in your router. Forwarding ports is a useful trick in gaming because it can really help to make your network connection most stable and frequently even faster. Routers were not designed to allow incoming network requests and some games can play tremendously better if an incoming connection is forwarded through the router to the game.


Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit, released as Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit in Europe, is a racing video game released in 1998. It is the third major installment in the Need for Speed series, significantly incorporating police pursuits as a major part of gameplay. Hot Pursuit remains focused in racing using exotic sports cars, but features races that primarily take place in locations within North America, including varied settings and climates. In addition, police AI is significantly improved over its predecessor, utilizing several tactics to stop both the player and opponent. The game was released for PlayStation in March 1998 and later received an enhanced port for Microsoft Windows in October 1998. A PlayStation 2 version was developed, but later cancelled. The game title's suffix, "Hot Pursuit", is a term for a police pursuit. The game had a sequel that was released in 2002 as Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2.


In this 3rd version of the Need For Speed franchise you will hit the streets in more then a dozen of supercars and race them on a variety of tracks and the returning of police pursuits is a major part of gameplay. Hot Pursuit remains focused in racing using exotic sports cars, but features races that primarily take place in locations within North America, including varied settings and climates. In addition, police AI is significantly improved over its predecessor, utilizing several tactics to stop both the player and opponent.


There's an all-new Hot Pursuit mode wherein you scorch the streets on either side of the law: elude the fuzz as a speeding motorist or enforce justice from a police patrol vehicle. You also can download more cars and tracks from the Need for Speed III Web site. This game supports hardware acceleration, but you can play it software-rendered too. In the demo version, you race against another car (in Hot Pursuit mode).


Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit is a racing video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was released for Windows in 1998 and for PlayStation in 1999. The game features high-speed police chases and the ability to play as either a police officer trying to stop racers or a racer trying to outrun the police. It was well-received by critics and players for its graphics, gameplay, and overall sense of speed.


Hot Pursuit takes the classic NFS formula and amps it up with high-speed police chases. Not only do you get to burn rubber as a racer, but you also have the option to play as a cop, taking down rogue street racers. The added dynamic of evading or catching the law adds a whole new level of excitement to the game.


The game offers a variety of police cars to choose from, each with its unique capabilities and characteristics. As a cop, you have access to some of the most advanced technologies to help you in your pursuit, like spike strips, roadblocks, and helicopter support.


You can also add nitrous oxide, which gives your car a temporary boost of speed, to help you outrun the police or pass your opponents in multiplayer races. The possibilities are endless as you can create your dream car and make it truly unique. 041b061a72


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