My Corrado isn't fast, but it's mine. If I drive it right, If I cross the yellows to straighten the road out and keep my speed up, it feels quicker than it really is. I need to be mindful of oncoming traffic but when I turn he music up and let it rip I manage to beat the faster cars.
Turn 10 has released this trailer for the November update to Forza 4's menu of stunningly-rendered cars, featuring in-game footage of gorgeous — if predictable — selections: the Aventador, a 458 Competizione, Audi's R15, an Aston Virage, a...GMC Typhoon?
A 1965 Pontiac GTO, '69 Shelby GT500 428CJ, '71 Plymouth GTX 426 Hemi, '70 Buick GSX. They're all in your dad's fantasy garage, and they're among the cars included in a free DLC pack Forza 4 Season Pass holders will get if they pad Microsoft's cash-flow up front.
Because EA is evil, that's why. Kidding! See, EA has the license for Porsche cars, thus, making them available only via a sub-licensing deal. The cars did appear in Forza 3, and featured RUFs, which are tuned, unmarked Porsches.
With Forza Motorsport 3, Microsoft's Turn 10 Studios tried creating the greatest racing game of its generation. Arguably, it was. On October 11th, when Forza Motorsport 4 is released for Xbox 360 they're setting their sights higher — creating the next generation of car enthusiasts.
Whether or not you think Xbox Kinect is just a party trick, there's no doubt combining infrared scanning with a traditional wheel controller opens new interface possibilities via head tracking, like letting Forza 4 drivers look deeper into corners. Rad.
The trailer for Microsoft-owned Turn 10 Studios' Forza Motorsport 4 features clips stolen from someone else's automotive web-series — including a clip of actor Paul Walker. UPDATE!
The tease continues with this newest release of Forza 3 images, but this time they contain something we never expected — SUVs. And here we thought only irresponsible teens raced BMW X5s and Land Rovers.
Another week, another batch of jaw-dropping screen shots from Microsoft's Forza Motorsport 3. This weeks travels brought back all the best from the JDM so they could do battle on the famed Suzuka Circuit — in a Toyota Yaris? Yes.
Over the weekend, the developers from Turn 10 released these gorgeously detailed, high-resolution images of their new Forza Motorsport 3 racer, all but confirming the inclusion of the Le Mans famed Circuit De La Sarthe. [Update: one lap video]
Just released at E3 is this tasty new HD Forza Motorsport 3 trailer as well as some gorgeous high-res screen captures that help us think the new game will give Gran Turismo 5 a huge run for its money.
Hint: Skip to the one-minute mark to see the action, everything prior is unnecessary fluff.
Are you still trying to eek out that last achievement in Forza 2? Hurry up because Microsoft's Forza Motorsport 3 is filling your rear view mirror.