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12-09-2010, 03:29 PM #21
Wow didn't know that, makes me want GT5 and a PS3 that much less so thank you lol. For me, the big problem with forza is the download cars. I end up spending 5 dollars to download the new pack each month and then they come out with a version of forza 3 that has all of the download cars inlcuding the main three that i want, the stig pack, but you have to buy the game to get the code for those three cars. I hope they re think their strategy with car releases with FM4. I know they've pissed off a lot of customers over on the Forza Forums with how they go about releasing new download content.Wes here
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12-10-2010, 01:55 AM #22Banned
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I bought the collector's car through marketplace for something like $12? Or maybe it was 1200 microsoft points. (ZR1, Scuderia, Gallardo SL, Aston Martin, Porsche Gt3 RS). Since I've purchased that, i've noticed I get gifted a lot of cars too. I was never sure if it was because of that.
06-09-2011, 10:14 AM #23
Forza 4 E3 Party!!!!!
Went to the party tonight! What a Party it was! Mix Master Mike and Travis Barker performed! It was sick! I'm sure Mo and Verone will have pics from the party! I took a few from my Iphone. Thanks Alex for the invite! By far one of the best parties I've ever been to in the industry.
Oh and the game.....what can I say......BONKERS!!!! Love the new wireless/kinect controller.
All you can eat Kogi.....
06-09-2011, 10:55 AM #24
06-09-2011, 07:24 PM #25Junior Member
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jesus - i can't wait that looks better than real lifethe persian way or no other way
06-09-2011, 07:43 PM #26
Stunning graphics, the game looks badass!
Polyphony Digital really needs to get their shit together. GT5 was such a disappointment so I can only PRAY that the next GT is more like Forza with customization and such.
06-09-2011, 07:54 PM #27
i just bought a ps3 i am not kidding ... for gt5 ... well never gonna use it again. back to the xbox.
06-09-2011, 08:25 PM #28
cant wait !!/ i want flip up headlights to flip up!1995 Silvia SR20'd 420WHP. Shaved bay /Louis V collab inside and out
1997 BMW M3 Artic silver / Auto X monster
07,08,09 KTM XCFW 250s. NA Miata DD
06-10-2011, 08:44 AM #29
06-10-2011, 08:47 AM #30
The new Mounted Steering wheel
One of the most exciting things about Forza Motorsport 4 is its variety. Whether you’re racing your favorite tuner around the high-speed corners of the Bernese Alps, or experiencing a brand new supercar in the Kinect-powered Autovista feature, there’s always something new waiting for you in Forza 4.
Variety in Forza Motorsport 4 can be found not just in the huge number of cars, tracks, and features, but also in the different ways to control the game. Naturally you’ll be able to play with the standard Xbox controller, and you’ve heard a lot about how Forza 4 will harness the power of Kinect to deliver entirely new ways of experiencing cars. But we haven’t forgotten about those of you who like to put your hands on the wheel when turning laps on the track, so here’s a look at just a few of the upcoming wheel options that will be compatible with Forza 4.
Debuting today at E3 2011 in the Forza Motorsport 4 section of the Xbox booth are two new Forza Motorsport-branded wheel coming from Fanatec: the “Forza Motorsport CSR” and the “Forza Motorsport CSR Elite.” Both wheels are designed to offer an incredible driving experience for Forza Motorsport 4 fans. Here are a few highlights of both wheels:
* Improved force feedback electronics and mechanics make the wheel stronger and faster
* Metal CSR shifter set and large metal paddle shifters make shifting gears easier than ever
* Lightweight aluminum wheel rim with Alcantara inserts allow faster, more responsive turns
* Wheel base fully made of metal with carbon fiber and Alcantara wheel rim
* DirectSensor™ technology with sensor mounted directly on the steering axis. This avoids all the interference and performance loss you get from the belt/gear drive found on traditional motor-mounted sensor systems
* Dual force feedback motors with 120Watt (silent big fan cooling) and very low cogging force to avoid “notchy” feeling
Pricing, availability, and additional details for both the Forza Motorsport CSR and the CSR Elite will be announced later this year.
While the CSR line of Fanatec wheels are meant for the serious racers in the Forza universe, we’ve got the more casual fans covered as well. Also arriving later this year is the upcoming “Wireless Speed Wheel” for Xbox 360. As the name implies, the Speed Wheel is a completely wireless controller designed for intuitive control and precise steering. The U-shaped design features standard controller buttons and haptic feedback with rumble. You don’t need Kinect to play with the Speed Wheel—it uses the same wireless signal as a standard Xbox wireless controller and is a good option for casual racers who value pure fun over setting lap records. The Wireless Speed Wheel will be available for $59.99 (U.S. ERP) and will ship to retailers worldwide beginning September 26, 2011.
Finally you can also expect new wheels from Madcatz that will also be compatible with Forza 4, including a force-feedback model that will cost $230 and a less expensive option as well.