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Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the launch

Postby fracturedrich » 16 Nov 2013, 14:45

I have always found on Forza the amount of things you can do to get better is mind blowing,from each car to each track,it really does set the bar so high.i am on about Forza 4 here so what this game is going to be like only the stig will no,all i no is i have never been as excited as i am now about a game.This is going to be a good Christmas people.
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Postby GHOSTY05 » 16 Nov 2013, 15:05

fracturedrich wrote:I have always found on Forza the amount of things you can do to get better is mind blowing,from each car to each track,it really does set the bar so high.i am on about Forza 4 here so what this game is going to be like only the stig will no,all i no is i have never been as excited as i am now about a game.This is going to be a good Christmas people.


Christmas? The games out next week!

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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby SilentDark » 16 Nov 2013, 15:11

GHOSTY05 wrote:Christmas? The games out next week!


I suppose a few people are getting Ones as xmas presents. Although seeing the excitement around here it would seem that it is next Friday instead. How any of you are going to muster any genuine excitement for xmas is beyond me. :lol:
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby Twilight Error » 16 Nov 2013, 15:55

SilentDark wrote:
GHOSTY05 wrote:Christmas? The games out next week!


I suppose a few people are getting Ones as xmas presents. Although seeing the excitement around here it would seem that it is next Friday instead. How any of you are going to muster any genuine excitement for xmas is beyond me. :lol:


That's a valid point. Personally, I'm setting a few titles aside to be opened later. Santa Claus will be bringing Need for Speed and Ryse on 12/25, but Pre-Order Claus will be bringing Forza 5 and Battlefield 4 next Friday. Thank you, Pre-Order Claus.
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby fracturedrich » 16 Nov 2013, 16:59

pre order clause is a good one :lol:
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Postby OXM ETboy » 16 Nov 2013, 17:40

Pre-order Claus needs to catch on. Though it does sound a bit like some terrible legal loophole.
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Postby KernowDevil23 » 16 Nov 2013, 17:44

I'm lucky enough to be having two Christmas days this year.

November 22nd for me and December the 25th for the rest of my family! :D
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Postby Twilight Error » 16 Nov 2013, 19:05

OXM ETboy wrote:Pre-order Claus needs to catch on. Though it does sound a bit like some terrible legal loophole.


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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby Metalrodent » 16 Nov 2013, 19:46

Be nice if at some point before it's release (either in the review or an interview) if you guys could find out if the game now has a proper damage model, as opposed to mildy scraped paint
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby mackered » 16 Nov 2013, 20:02

But if you can't damage cars, how can I get the most cars written off day one achievement?
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Postby KernowDevil23 » 16 Nov 2013, 20:21

Dan Greenawalt wrote:the new materials that let you see the orange peel in the paint and the irregularities - it looks great


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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby mackered » 16 Nov 2013, 20:54

KernowDevil23 wrote:
Dan Greenawalt wrote:the new materials that let you see the orange peel in the paint and the irregularities - it looks great


Commenting as a time served Vehicle Paint Technician (otherwise known as a squirter!), having "Orange peel & irregularities" are not something to show off, especially on cars costing up to and over a million quid! :D



But for the sake of realism, I hope that those "irregularities" can be "user created".
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby Starskream » 16 Nov 2013, 21:38

When will OXM be publishing the review for Forza and all the other Xbox One games for that matter?? Not that it will really influence my decision on buying Forza since I'm getting it free with the Xbox but I wouldn't mind reading or watching the reviews for Ryse and Dead Rising since I'm still on the fence about getting them or not.
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby fracturedrich » 17 Nov 2013, 09:08

Starskream wrote:When will OXM be publishing the review for Forza and all the other Xbox One games for that matter?? Not that it will really influence my decision on buying Forza since I'm getting it free with the Xbox but I wouldn't mind reading or watching the reviews for Ryse and Dead Rising since I'm still on the fence about getting them or not.



I no some sites will be putting reviews up starting Monday on Xbox one games,i have heard Forza reviews will be going out Wednesday on some sites,can,t answer for this site though as things seem pretty hush hush on next gen reviews at the moment.
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Re: Forza 5: Turn 10 on next gen physics and beating the lau

Postby Starskream » 17 Nov 2013, 15:47

I really don't understand the whole point in these review embargos or whatever they are. Its pretty obvious that the games are finished, printed and ready for sale but they still wont allow any of the sites to review them for fear of what exactly?? If theres a game im still on the fence about I'm not going to preorder it no matter how many "dev diaries" and other videos I've seen of it without reading some impartial reviews of the finished game.

Things change from these hands on previews and I have to look no further than Aliens Colonial Marines to prove the point that previews cannot always be trusted. I bought that bundle of dung before I had read a review and was left with a £40 turkey. That won't be happening this time around since I don't have as much extra money to throw at games. Gone are the days of me buying a game, playing it 15 minutes then relegating it to the "gather dust" pile.
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