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Rensh wrote:dredman1 wrote:Does this mean Forza 4 is that much better than GT5??Rensh wrote:I havent been on GT5 in a long while
Or you just got bored of GT5 and Forza is just something new and different to play?
Hmm - I know it's a GT5 thread, but I think you're one of the few GT5 aficionados who can give an impartial comparison between the 2 simulators.
You're correct, got a lil bored with GT5, and I had the oppurtunity to get a xbox (free) lol, so I just bought Forza4. They are both great games.. they each have their flaws. If possible, I'd say get both lol. I ain't no game-reviewer, but I'll try. We all know how gt5 is, so here's some stuff I like about Forza4:
What I always loved about Forza is the customization of a car. It's basically limitless, with all the different paint jobs that talented users create, and the wide selection of rims and body kits.
There is drivetrain swaps, engine swaps, and aspiration conversions. For example, you buy a Silvia S15... you can turn it AWD, slap in a RB26 DETT from a R34, or the engine from the R35, or a V6... then you can twin turbo, single turbo, centrifugal supercharge or corkscrew supercharge. Can't say that's not cool! Another example... can you say.. LFA engine in a Lexus ISF?
The engine tones are great too, even though kinda noisy at times in some cars.. and there is a lack of hearing the 'boost building up' in a turbo car. But the blow off valves on point.
Online is madness in a open room, dirty driving and chaos. But once you find a privately made room, it's pretty cool and clean. It's definitely faster to connect online in Forza than GT5 for public rooms.
Oh, and for the drag men, there is a drag track.. both 1/4 mile and 1/8... as well as drag tires! Also just like GT5 you can tune to your heart's desire.
I only wish I had you guys to play Forza with meh lol.
I'll get some pics just now.
Radioshack has an ad in the papers with the Logitech DFGT on sale for $1039 now, down from $1399.Kevin_45 wrote:whats the price??
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