Lives in Singapore

Project-CARS-151.jpg

Another chapter has been added to the saga of Slightly Mad Studios and Project CARS, and this time, it has serious implications.

The journey began all the way back in 2011 with a “cunning plan” stemming from within the NoGripRacing forums, but the untimely end is now bound to be marked by a few gamers of the casual variety merely questioning when they’d get to see a bit more of World of Speed. Before that question could be answered, attention was shifted back towards Project CARS, as the title received three distinct delays; the final product appearing to lack any sort of meaningful quality assurance testing. That was just a tad frightening – something wasn’t quite right about this operation, but the rabid apologists were always quick to shut you down. Welcome to the world of Slightly Mad Studios.

https://pretendracecars.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/11.jpg?w=656

Immediately after the first community-funded title landed upon store shelves, plagued by bugs, glitches, and other irregularities, developer Slightly Mad Studios requested sim racers to hand over even more of their money to help make a sequel. A Red Bull Air Racing game appeared out of thin air, yet the sole evidence of the game’s existence was restricted to a lone trailer – on e the team loved to regurgitate time and time again. World of Speed was still being neglected, as was Biker Bash. Snide comments circulated regarding the tentative schedule Slightly Mad Studios seemingly operated on. These posts remained exactly that – cheeky remarks and nothing more.

But then word got out that preliminary alpha tests for World of Speed had been completed, yet it was a random forum user – not a community manager – that arrived to proclaim the good news. It was odd, for a company dedicated to placing prominent staff members within the forums on a daily basis, to leak the news through some random message board citizen. Red Bull published a lengthy preview piece on the upcoming Free to Play Air Racing title, but remarked at how “empty” the studio’s headquarters felt – uncommon to see in PR fluff intended to promote the game. Little red flags, too small to be of any value in isolation, began to pile up. Information concerning Project CARS 2 indicates the team is currently hard at work on the sequel to the 2015 racing simall hands on deck, if you will – but there’s just one small problem which combined with the empty office and lack of completed projects, is a major cause for concern.

Screenshot_2016-05-30-06-06-11-1.png

Ian Bell, head of Slightly Mad Studios, has abruptly left the United Kingdom altogether and now resides in Singapore. A pasty white guy who’s based out of the greater London area who should instead be keenly watching over the development of the upcoming Project CARS 2, has spontaneously relocated to the other side of the planet. This move comes around the same time a Red Bull journalist mentioned that he once arrived to a barren and “empty” Slightly Mad Studios headquarters, though we’ve just been tipped off about this piece of information today. While the developer team does include a portion of the staff members working primarily from home, Bell was THE key figure at studio headquarters in London, England, and is always present in promotional material shot on location. For him to up and leave the entire continent at such an inopportune timewhen Project CARS 2 is said to be at full productionall but confirms a serious problem is occurring.

You make the call as to what’s going on behind closed doors. Unlike Stefano Casillo of Kunos Simulazioni, who has openly talked about his adventures to the Philippines and eventually the Netherlands, Ian Bell moving as far as humanly possible away from the team’s headquarters in London has not been mentioned anywhere. VirtualR hasn’t said a word about it, opting to draw attention to a short film regarding Nicolas Hamilton. Nobody has brought it up on RaceDepartment, though the crowd over there is admittedly focused upon other racing simulators first and foremost. And even in the official forums built specifically for Project CARS, fans still speculate about upcoming pieces of DLC rather than wish Mr. Bell the best of luck on his new life in Singapore.

Something is up.

2780225_orig

137 thoughts on “Lives in Singapore

  1. Of course no one is gonna comment or make news of Ian Bell moving countries and it being linked to the development of the future games, because that is content for prc net. Is like newspapers about economy, about sports, about the country, and then you have magazines that investigate celebrities life. Inb4 Sev becomes a paparazzi.

    Like

  2. I’d love it if this psycho and his incompetent team never released another game but who knows if this actually means anything.

    Like

      1. I’d say I feel sorry you have to work for that bald goon but you guys don’t seem to understand the concept of quality control or bug testing so you’ll get no sympathy from me.

        Liked by 1 person

          1. Does Ian Bell strike you as a particularly pleasant guy to work for? Who cares what kind of job you do, working for a nutcase like that can make any kind of work miserable. And for the record, as I have no skills in anything related to game design, and no interest in it, I can’t say I’m jealous of anyone working in that business.

            Liked by 1 person

            1. I’d say for sure it’d be a pleasure working for him. Keep in mind that employees are treated differently from customers πŸ˜‰

              Like

              1. People don’t change that much. I’m inclined to think if he’s an ass in one context, he’s probably an ass in another as well. The man has demonstrated consistently poor judgment and behavior unbecoming of the leader of a company. Tell me, how many executives in other industries do you hear spewing the kind of stuff Bell does in public? It’s childish and embarrassing. I seriously doubt he is a nice person to work for.

                Like

  3. Isn’t Singapure that place where you get jailed for chewing gum on the ground? This is Kunos’ forum as a country πŸ˜€

    Like

    1. Throwing used chewing gum on the ground is unhealthy because of your mouth germs and because the gum is not biodegradable. It is littering. It is fined in several countries, but in Singapore the forbidding laws are usually more extreme and punishable. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chewing_gum_ban_in_Singapore

      In the AC forum you’ll be banned for having toxic behavior, spamming, etc. Here more about it: http://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/index.php?threads/forum-behaviour-and-moderation.29364/

      Just because you don’t care about such behavior on the forum doesn’t mean they want such things on the place which they can at least moderate. If you want to be savage, be it at home or on websites that allow it.

      Like

  4. Dying of laughter … πŸ˜€ So Ian moving to singapore is a sign of problems? LOL … Dream on πŸ˜€ This is most hilarious “article” on PRC up to this day πŸ˜€

    Like

  5. Option A: He just doesn’t like the UK anymore. Well, who does that anyways? πŸ˜‰
    Option B: It’s because of financial purposes. Maybe he will relaunch a new studio or at least a fake-studio there so he can do the crowd funding again without the authorities stepping in like it happened to pCARS 1.

    So both options don’t lead to anything BEING UP, you morons with your stupid fake stories.

    Like

    1. I guess, you are right. Either heΒ΄s just want to keep more of his money for himself and donΒ΄t spend that much taxes anymore. Or he just wants to try that crowd-funding-thing again. Better under a different name than SMS and Ian Bell since nobody would trust that dude anymore.

      Like

  6. “Ian Bell moving as far as humanly possible away from the team’s headquarters in London has not been mentioned anywhere.”

    Expect by Mr. Bell himself in public forum almost a year ago.

    Liked by 1 person

      1. I guess he gonna say that some SMS “beta tester” informed his of this false news… as a trap! ahahhaha.

        What about a public: “Sorry guys… I’m an idiot…” … for ONE time! :Β°D

        Like

  7. From the nogrip topic:

    “I don’t think it’s been done in this way before. Fan funding has been done in the sense that people can prepay for a game before it’s made. Or pay for a beta which helps further development. But my idea is to let anyone interested invest in the development both financially and with their time if they want. We would ship a full toolset to all subscribers. Ship a build at least weekly with source code at the app level for those so inclined to have a tinker there. ”

    It’s sad it doesn’t seem to have worked like this. The idea was cool and revolutionary, but indeed it’s probably very hard to make it work like this.

    Like

  8. Ha ha. Studio CEO informed in public he is moving to Sigampore. Then later he really did so!! Conclusion: he must have some bad intentions against us, car gamers.

    Like

  9. PCR is fun just because of this. Maybe this guy cannot drive, maybe he is annoying like this or like that, but at least he is funny! We can never have enough amusement in this world.

    Like

  10. Yeah, rich guys can live where they want to… I love the results of Mr. Bells work from GTR2 to Shift2 and Project CARS. I’m sure he is capable enough to lead his great studio from Singapore. Why not?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Ian Bell moves to Singapore.

    James, nine months later:

    “major cause for concern”

    “all but confirms a serious problem is occurring”

    “Something is up”

    “It ain’t coming out at all”

    Project CARS 2 will be released, it will be disappointing, James will continue to bring up the Singapore thing in his future “Project CARS 2 is looking to be a disappointment” articles, and will paint himself as a prophet.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Ahahahahahahahha… oh my god, tell me the guy who wrote the article was on high.

    Ian Bell said it almost one year ago in a public forum post… and he “found” it today, and he write a whole story on it.. this guy has problems or what? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

    http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?38683-Where-s-the-wookie&p=1111456#post1111456

    Also, it looks like that he doesn’t even know what Singapore is about… it is the place where you “relocate” to save on taxes, and not one of those cheap countries like Panama, but an high profile one (it’s one of the 3 most richest countries in the world). If anything, the story said the opposite: you go there when you’re growing, nor the opposite.

    …ahah this is so funny.

    Like

  13. Is the rumour true that his two mods Remco Van Cock Smoker and Roger anal pain are getting married and having a gayby?
    These guys are so full of sperm they have constant runny noses the sniffling little nerds.

    Like

  14. 9 months… more like 11 months. I’ve been checking this site for a few months and I’m losing interest every damn day. Maybe it’s the overly long winded rants about much about nothing. If you want to be taken seriously do some fact checking before you write a long winded rant about how something that happened almost a year ago is a serious deal. I want more news about sim racing, I really don’t care about opinions.

    Like

  15. Hahahaha!!! Oh excellent…. what utter joy πŸ™‚

    I don’t often visit this pathetic rag, but the team (who love me, oh yes, very very much) told me that this was one of the saddest attempts to disparage me thus far and so hilarious that I really should read it.

    For what it’s worth, pCARS as a brand is doing so well that we’re shipping it into Asian territories. Japanese loc is done and we’re starting on Chinese now. Singapore is the perfect stepping stone into China as it’s English and Mandarin speaking. And yes, I like the 22% max tax rate as I’m literally rolling in it.

    pCARS2 is fully funded BTW and we have so much left over we’re starting on a new and very exciting offshoot.

    James, come say hello any time. I’d love to see you quaking in my presence.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. The only thing that you shipped into Asian territories is your broken promises and the vaporware you advertised and asked people money for. PCars2 must be code word for Ian Bell retirement fund surrounded by raw fish and fat yellow fever infected tax dodgers.

      And yes, James would quake in your presence, given how fugly you are, anyone would…

      Like

      1. Not a need of course James, but sometimes people make a life choice and do things for multiple reasons other than failure. Quite the opposite in this case. It’s beneficial for our Asian push, but by no means essential. I do enjoy the 22% tax though. I’m a real giver, as anyone who knows me will attest, but I do find anything over 40% a bit of a whollop.

        Like

  16. I have no clue. We did our contracted work, it went back to the owner for polishing and publishing.

    This was a work for hire gig. A Free to Play PC only MMO racer. We left it in a very good place and as our contracted work is done it’s a case of us waiting on release and enjoying some royalties. Beyond that, we have no input anymore as per the agreements.

    Sorry that there’s nothing more salacious here for you.

    Like

    1. If this was merely contract work, why does virtually every article about the game point to Slightly Mad Studios as being the developer? By comparison, Forza outsources a bunch of their 3D modelling work to a team called GlassEgg, but very rarely are they in the spotlight and given credit like SMS has been with World of Speed.

      Like

      1. Well, because we were the developer πŸ™‚

        This isn;’t 3d modelling outsourcing. We were asked to create an arcade handling F2P PC MMO racer. We knew the client side of the work but had no clue about the server backend MMO aspects. We delivered our side as agreed and the owner of the IP is now (we presume) finalising their side.

        Call me for a chat. Feel free to record me. As per my email, I don’t think it’s healthy for you to hide behind an anonymous hate blog. I’m worried for you. I see this as a possible paradigm shift for you. The offer won’t last long.

        Like

        1. Wait, how is there an “original company” for WoS to go back to, if Slightly Mad Studios ARE the developer who would otherwise be in charge of polishing it?

          Like

          1. You appear to know very little about games development James. I’ll formulate this as very basically as I can.

            Sometimes, one company owns an IP and sometimes another company does development work on that IP for another company.

            I know it can be confusing, but if you concentrate and look at the general development and publishing landscape, you might see it happening thousands of times. This, is one of those times.

            Like

                    1. And James, when you’re done reading some, that’s a video from over a year ago. I know the journalistic standards are piss poor here but we have shipped 12 content updates, each tied to a patch, since. It’s a little bit sad truth be told.

                      Like

    2. Why was SMS responsible for announcing and promoting a game they weren’t even doing final development for? If you had no idea how the MMO part of the game works why were your design employees explaining the MMO part of the game? If you’re not responsible for the game after launch why were you (“we”) saying you were going to continuously update the game with new content?

      Maybe that was the deal all along but it was completely misrepresented to the public as your game like pCARS, not something you were just working on for someone else like Shift.

      Like

  17. Still waiting for that call James. Oddly you’re posting but not calling. If it’s a money issue I understand, I am a VERY long way away here. Pass me your mobile via my email and I’ll call you.

    I’m eager to engage with you live. Again, feel free to record the conversation.

    Like

  18. Come on James, man up and have the modicum of balls required to call me or let me call you. Enough excuses. And no, I won’t post you a picture with a shoe on my head. I’m not your dancing monkey.

    Like

  19. ‘James
    MAY 31, 2016 AT 11:47 PM
    First you want me to call you, now you want me to read… Ugh… so confused:/’

    I know James. It’s like chewing gum and walking at the same time. With effort you might get there.

    Like

  20. Ladies and gentlemen, the brave journalists at PRC have refused my offer of paying to call them!, for a no holds barred, record me and post, show the world, chat on all that they’ve said or done, live with me.

    Now I will call them on that they are. Keyboard warriors and a bunch of cowards. And I have the emails to back that up.

    Like

    1. At least you tried Mr. Bell, but your attempt was doomed to fail in advance. this James character is propably incapable of normal equal communication. Poor guy maintaining this website suffers of massive inferiority complex. He feels strong when he can bite your ankles from behind. A real journalist with healthy self-esteem would utilise your offer without hesitation of course.

      Like

        1. Like anybody on your forum with a negative opinion, blocked and banned.
          I personally dont think you are a bad guy Ian, you act a lot better than your mods who act like cats, why do you employ suck cock smoker yes men as mods ian?
          You certainly can pick them.

          Like

          1. The mods work hard for no pay and do a very good job of removing abusive members or those breeching forum rules. They never go beyond that. Your language is excessively florid in my opinion BTW.

            Like

        2. Thanks. Going to pCARS2 forum from here BTW, to see what’s new in the Physics & AI feedback. I especially enjoy feedback threads of Ben Collins, Rene Rast and Nicolas Hamilton there. Along with being constructive, they can be quite strict and straight at times, as you know.

          Like

  21. I think this James guy is NOT OK. I don’t want to offend anyone, but reading his replies I feel a bit uncomfortable. I don’t know if he’s an adult and what kind of issues he may have, but it makes me sad.
    Bashing him isn’t fun anymore… you may say that he wanted to be bashed, considering the type of person he is, but he may have his own reasons to do so, and possibly this is the only way he has to vent.
    I’m not a medic or a psychologist, but If you ever meet a person like this in your life, you know that there’s nothing fun about it… and honestly I would stop here, because it’s really easy to turn someone’s sad life into something worse with a couple of words.

    Like

    1. I’d agree normally. But when their words affect, even remotely, the paycheques of 130 people it’s occasionally justified to call them to task.

      Now, where I live, with my family, is none of their damn business, nor anyone elses.

      Like

      1. OK he shouldn’t have turned all this to something personal, attacking people and their private life with false speculation, etc.. but again, it looks like that the guy has some kind of problems, also I don’t think this website has enough traffic to affect any business out there, it looks more a personal diary to vent some frustration or whatever it is.
        I would leave the guy alone.. hoping he will find a better scope in his life.
        This is my opinion.

        Like

  22. James, you filled half of this blog bashing pCars and the Slightly Mad Studios and now that you had the chance to interview the wookiee himself and to show us his dark side, you said no?
    What a disappointment man.
    When a journalist is very well informed on something, like you pretend to be, and he has the chance to speak with someone who can give him important informations for his job/article, he would speak with the guy no matter what, even if he meets the guy in the middle of the road, because he would know what to ask him and how to handle the situation.
    In my opinion you have only a chance to remedy on this: arrange an interview or a chat with Ian. Maybe he would say yes and answer to all your questions. πŸ™‚

    Like

  23. I find the articles on here to be the worst kind of i’ll informed hate journalism, but this particular one borders on cyber bullying on the part of the author. I’m amazed Ian Bell has been so cool tempered and cordial. Maybe the author would be more open to the interview idea if you invited him out on a free holiday to interview you and sip some Singapore slings in Raffles hotel, if he still doesn’t have the balls I’d jump at the chance to come along just to shake your hand and say well done for standing up for yourself, your Company/employees and your Product.

    Like

    1. Well said Hot fuzz. Talking about Ian Bell’s products, does anybody remember GTR (1) anymore? It kind of a revolutionised the whole genre. Since that, he has done several superhits, the latest being Project Cars. It’s thrilling to wait Project Cars 2, knowing the former success of this talented individual. CEO creates the atmosphere in the studio where products are crafted. In case of Ian Bell, the results are convincing.

      Like

    2. To be honest, I don’t think the guy could handle the “real life”. That is the reason behind the fact that he won’t even talk on phone, and the main reason of why this blog exist… but I won’t beat him more.

      Like

  24. PRC has an open team speak, if you want to talk the guy is so easy to join and talk, no personal info should be involved in all that, by the way Ian please, protect yours childrens pictures, internet its not a place for childrens pictures, we have a lot of ill people in that world, make it private if you love them.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I told him he was free to join our Teamspeak, and instead he called me a coward for not wanting to talk to him. I’m just as confused as you are.

      Like

      1. Why would you be confused? He wanted to talk to you directly, on the telephone, at a time that suited you both. He didn’t want to have to log into a teamspeak chat and sit around waiting for you to show up and then maybe not even bother talking to him. Some people actually have jobs and families and thus can’t sit around on internet voice chat all day. Don’t play dumb. “You’re free to join our teamspeak” is a passive aggressive response to a direct invitation.

        Like

      2. What he want? be interviewed by PRC and recorded in real time? do it, this is going to be interesting give him the pleasure…

        Here we are, at PRC whit infamous Ian Bell, builder of SIMBIN and the creator of PCars. Well Ian, we know that you are a little bit angry with PRC and especially with James, how do you feel today?

        Then we are going to start with some questions, here we go.

        rFactor 2, Automobilista, Gran Turismo 6 or last Forza?

        GTR2 was back in the days one of the most aclaimed simulators out there, a lot of cockpits was built for that sim, a big hardcore simracing comunity was built around GTR2, from GTR to Pcars we can see a change in the direction of the kind of products your company try to acomplish, can you explain the reason why you are evolving the way you are doing?

        We can understand that you want money and more money, but here we are simracers, this is not my work, i do it for passion because simracing is one of my hobbies, and here we want more simulators, more work in to the right direction, we want the developers centered in bring to the comunity something new, like a new dirt simulation, gearboxes simulations, some clickable cockpits you know, that things fly simulators got long time ago. Explain us why did you take for your newest project what we see as the wrong path?

        What are your plans for the future, about simulation, are you going to leave it definitely? Or you plan to go back into the origins and bring the simracing comunity what they want?

        This is probably the kind of interview you are going to find here, and James knows much much more than me about developers, about what is happening in the devs scene, because he reads oficial forums, and he can understand all properly. He has tested probably most racing games than most of developers because one thing is work, and another is hobby. Some developers like Neils, knows how to drive properly, you can see him enjoyin what he does, you see him working for him and finally working for the ones similar to him, and finally for money because he got talent and deserves to be paid. I have had seen Stefano driving too and you can see that he is not a fan of that, he prefers to invest free time on for example play a guitar, this is not bad offcourse but you know, its not the same to make something for you than make it for money understand me.

        But probably Ian, all what you want is to call him idiot or some kind of voice rant, so Join TeamSpeak, be an idiot, be baned. Keep ranting here because someone talks about your work. You can go to live in the moon, make PCARS2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 with 12 million DLCs, i will not care about you and your work until this work is what i like, and Pcars, i dont going to say you what i think about it…if you say me, hey! look at this, from the creator of GTR2 the new product of the old simbin, i can not belive it :S Good bye sir. Good luck with consoles, be rich, live long, enjoy life, my best desires and luck. But dont try to silence us, dont try to make us idiots, just that.

        Like

        1. Problem with your interview questions is, that they include statements like pCARS is going away from simulation. Which is purely wrong. How can Ian answer idiotic question like that? He’s not making idiots of people. Because some people simply simply ARE idots.

          Like

          1. This my friend, is the way of the simulation, are you trying to say me, that pcars is something near that? offcourse its not, dont try to shell me a game of cars for a simulator, i can buy a game of cars, i like cars, but simulation is another thing. Its all about physics and procedures, meant to recreate real word conditions, to server as pure training purposse.

            Fly simulators are years ahead of racing simulators, i not see the day some dev comes whit somethingh like i have post in the video.

            Like

            1. Cars are much simpler than military aircraft. To simply simulate suspension movement, tire grip, and moments of inertia is usually sufficient, there’s no reason to accurately model the operation of the power steering pump, or perform fluid dynamics calculations on the intake charge.

              The great thing about a simulator is that it allows you to sidestep the tedium, while presenting an accurate model. Flight sims will let you spawn on the tarmac with the engine running, racing sims will go as far as to roll the car towards the starting line for you.
              While it’s cool to simulate procedure, it’s also the least interesting part of any sim, the physics being by far the most important aspect, as they define the feel and directly impact the learning experience.

              It’s a shame everyone just wants to bitch about exactly “how” accurate they think a game needs to be, as if we can’t simply enjoy them all.

              Like

              1. while cars might be more complex to model than aircraft in terms of handling, circuit racing can (and is) very much simplified to minimum. but your implied simplifications really apply only to circuit racing, not all car / driving simulation

                Like

              1. Blablabla, every machine has a procedure, more or less complex, but every buton inside a car has a purpose. Every dial has a purpose too, you fucking idiot! do you think the buttons inside a car are to make it beautifull? or what is hapening to you?

                Like

        1. What part of “it was 11:30 pm and I had work at 6am” do you not understand? Unlike you, I do not see Ian Bell as this mythical figure. It’s an assmad dude in Singapore who made a buggy racing sim.

          Like

  25. I think SMS lost a great partnership with Red Bull – which is now advertising for Kunos with Assetto Corsa articles and etc.

    On the gaming circle, SMS might be very praised by kids and fanboys playing race drivers with gamepads and cheap wheels. But on the simracing community side, things are very grim for SMS, PCARS and Ian Bell

    It was pathetic to see Ian Bell flooding this comment section trying to intimidate James. It was pathetic his sarcastic/ironic comments. He is a dodger. Outside SMS forums, he can’t ban and delete negative comments about his game, but also he refuse to comment or state anything about it.

    Conclusion: he doing a great job to stain even more his image to the sim racing community.

    Like

    1. We most certainly have not. The Red Bull air racing game is in closed beta, with hundreds of people playing it who are also in our WMD2 forum. It’s looking fantastic and open Beta is scheduled in 12 weeks or so.

      If the highest selling racing game of the last year, the current highest rated on PS4 (our biggest platform), 5 Racing Game of the Year awards, two new territories on the way, pCARS2 fully funded to completion and a spin off on the way, is ‘things are looking very grim for pCARS and SMS’ then I can only defer to your better knowledge.

      I fail to see how I’ve done anything to stain my image. I’ve been cordial and patient in the face of, let’s be charitable, abject idiocy.

      Like

      1. “The Red Bull air racing game is in closed beta”

        Really? Judging by the amount ,and the severity of the bugs i see reported on that forum, either it will be as buggy as pCars, or the longest beta stage in history…

        And since when harassing a kid with a blog on the internet is “being cordial and patient”? Face it Mr Bell, you lost it, and very publicly at that. But maybe you can still buy James out like you did with virtualr, who knows, maybe he can make 1000 posts all with Rene Rast videos to ensure that pCars2 won’t be a monumental failure, now that people sampled your “game of the year” and already tossed it aside.

        Like

  26. Got to admit, you could have done a quick call instead of all the posts you posted? That would have taken less time. He did say he would pay, any time, and you could record it. I’m a big fan of this site, but it does look like you totally shit yourself and have let a lot of us supporters of your work down.

    He said he sent you his number, why not call him now then?

    Like

    1. Sure, to say what? “hey Ian, this is James, the shills of SMS are demanding us to talk on the phone and be all coddly, fancy that?”

      Seriously, what could Ian possible say there that he couldn’t say on teamspeak? Is Big Ian Bell afraid of Chris or Sev?…

      Like

      1. Big Ian Bell doesn’t need to hide behind an anonymous communication system. Big Ian Bell gave him his real personal mobile phone number. There’s only one group trying to hide here.

        Also note, James insisted I speak to all of them together. He needed his posse.

        Like

        1. He needed a pose? something like the wmd fucktards you unleashed on the sim racing community for 4 fucking years,pushing what is a glorified rf mod with pretty graphics that filled the sim scene full of fucking idiots, and then come on a random blog that you claim has no relevance and flood it with comments, and then freely admitting of being enougher tax dodging traitor rich white cunt, just what the UK needs, instead giving it to some monkey arse corrupt country that has unofficial slavery, and a completely fucked system for any one not ripping cunts off, sounds like youd fit right in at Singapore.

          Its funny this was a no story till you came along and freely admitted being a traitor tax dodging scum.

          Like

  27. Ian Bell, since you chimed in and are discussing with customers, i’ll take this unique chance to say thank you for GT Legends and GTR 2. You and your team did great service for the genre with those products, Endless fun and replay value.

    I’ll grab PCARS GOTY soon. Regards and good luck on your new ventures.

    Like

  28. Ian Bell is deeply obsessed with getting a blogger’s phone number instead of focusing on the development of his games. This whole interaction further exposed what we already knew about you, and this confirms that Project Cars 2 will be just as buggy, incomplete, and lacking of simulation value as the first one. Try banning me now Mr. Bell.

    Like

    1. Nope Ian Bell has the right to defend his own reputation, and is willing to do an interview with someone that keeps on gossiping about him due to lack of better material.

      Like

The comment box is not a toy.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s