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09-26-2009 01:16 AM
BoardTheSnow73 I picked this game up a few months ago. I still like Gran Turismo more, but this is definitely the next best thing. Here's a couple of car designs I've played around with:

This was the first car I painted:
The intimidator ('68 GTO)

Mazda RX-7

Heres a viper that shows a little team pride

This is probably my favorite car. It's got the widest rear tires I've seen in the game and holds to the road like glue (Buick Regal GNX)

I thought this Trans Am could use a few more birds
08-21-2009 08:13 AM
daina Forza 2 is very good and amazing games, Forza 2 rocks.
05-15-2009 09:51 PM
Flick Montana I like realism, but I don't really care for PC sims. If I want to race a car, I'll book a day at the track. I want a game that offers some fun stuff, too. I don't like arcade stuff like GRiD, but I do enjoy games that give you freedom to do fun stuff. I think Forza is great that it is pretty realistic, but there are some things that bug me a little. You can tune your cars to do some really goofy stuff and lighten things up.

I'm hoping Forza 3 just improves on the great formula. I've played other racers and I just don't care for them as much. I REALLY loved the Colin Mcrae games. I still play those.
05-15-2009 03:26 PM
BigGameHit ahh man.. its a whole new world... i mean just playing gt2 and then other games you could tell this series was on its way to doing things that no other console game would do.. PC sims are on a whole other level do to its processing power lol
05-12-2009 10:40 PM
Ridehigh91 PS3 and no HD.

that looks easy, but its probably not easy to get used to the responsiveness. I remember having gt1 for ps1 and it felt like driving a dump truck that weighed 940 kg.
04-21-2009 12:33 AM
BigGameHit GT5 prologue is freaking nuts with a good wheel. coming from a real life racer, you can feel over and understeer etc.

here are some of my recent vids of me playing it with some buddies online

79 Ferrari and Amuse S2K
YouTube - Gran Turismo 5 PROLOGUE GTP5 Spec III online play Suzuka 650pp
04-20-2009 09:11 PM
mbesp Hopefully they will just put all of the current model year cars into the game and then they can try and rip us off with the new models that come out over time.
04-20-2009 06:46 PM
Fold Agreed. That would be some bullshit if it was all micro-transactions for all the cars. Several years ago I had heard that that's how GT5 was going to be. You'd buy the game, and it would be like one car and one track. Then, everything else was a la carte. I'm guessing they've wised up since then.
I just hope they have F22C1 S2000 for a change. It's always the AP1 in the games I've seen.
04-20-2009 06:39 PM
Flick Montana I agree. I hope there are plenty of free cars and they don't put 50% of them in paid content. I want to drive a Veyron around a track, hehe.
04-20-2009 04:20 PM
mbesp Forza 3 is gonna be sweet.
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