QUOTE(Unregistered007 @ Dec 19 2007, 06:35 PM)
wait Gran Turismo gets killed by Forza ? The demo of the demo of GT5 looks better and more realistic than Forza and not to mention the physics and handling so please don't make shit out of ur ass here because you are at an xbox site.
Forza killed GT4 dead: after playing it, it became obvious that the entire GT series had been coasting along with pathetic AI, dodgy physics, a completely inappropriate controller (wot no triggers?) and no damage modelling whatsoever. Its only redeeming characteristic was that it has a metric assload of levels.
Forza 2 added nothing to Forza, and (like Deus Ex 2) actually took a lot of interesting features out. Forza 2 has fewer, less interesting levels, and compensates with a plethora of cars that are useless for winning missions with, and therefore superfluous. Its Live features are an unusable joke: matchmaking is a giant pain in the arse, taking longer than most races, and both it and the auction house have major HCI problems. Finally, all the achievements can be got by a quick run-through on 'can I play, daddy?', followed by a lap of the speedway with the training-wheels off. It is, essentially, Forza remade for the 360, with slightly prettier graphics.
That said, unless it bears no resemblance to GT4, GT5 will find Forza 2 stiff competition.
Except that GT5 has a secret weapon: Top Gear. Microsoft should have made the offer first, but now if you want Jeremy, Hammond, and the Stig (not to mention the Top Gear track), you'll need to buy a PS3.