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Submitted by 2DX 793d ago | preview

Hands-on with the PS4 and Xbox One’s next-gen racers (2D-X)

Forza 5. Need for Speed Rivals. DriveClub. Gran Turismo 6. Find out how these next-gen racing games handle. (Driveclub, Forza Motorsport 5, Gran Turismo 6, Need For Speed: Rivals, PS4, Xbox One)

WorldGamer  +   795d ago
I could be wrong, but I thought GT6 was releasing only on PS3. I don't think there has been any word on GT6 for the PS4.

Did I miss something?
windblowsagain  +   795d ago
Still to be announced.

I don't think people want a port, unless they add new things, but you never know.

Still nothing touches this.

https://www.youtube.com/wat...
waltyftm  +   793d ago
Still stunning.
ZBlacktt  +   793d ago
It's like everyone will just pick the game on the system they own anyway. But there is no denying that Gran Turismo is the Godfather to all this. Then with Drive Club being said to be the most advanced graphically detailed car racing game ever created. It just kind of makes you lean towards Sony more. But again, people will just stand by whatever console they own regardless.
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Chris12  +   793d ago
Drive Club the most graphically advanced racing game? You did read the article, right? You did see the video's from E3, right? Take the blinkers off, or are you about to roll out the 35% build claim to support your fanboyism?
ZBlacktt  +   793d ago
I don't mind educating those who are unaware or didn't pay attention.

"Every car has 250,000 polygons within it. That number is just staggering and yet it is a completely factual statement about the upcoming game ‘Drive Club.’ On top of that already lofty achievement, the developers have set out to find the perfect balance between simulation and arcade racing."

Here at 2:40

http://www.youtube.com/watc...

Here at 3:03

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Polysix  +   793d ago
Frame rate isn't everything - graphically advanced for a reason. Forza 5 looks like a 360 game in comparison and is missing so many expected features.
humbleopinion  +   793d ago
@ZBlacktt
Polygon count doesn't really matter unless we know what LOD is involved: After all 250,000 polygons is actually just half of GT5 polycount for photo mode and a quarter of the million polygons for some cars in Forza 4 autovista mode - and these are last gen game.

The review here actually mentions that Drive Club looks very bad for a next gen game. But it's a work in progress so let's give them the benefit of doubt and just see how it turns out on launch.
Chris12  +   793d ago
Forza 5 looks like a 360 game and Driveclub looks amazing? Gosh, there is some desperate wumming going on.

I suggest you read this article again, plus all the others from those from people who attended E3. Driveclub was widely agreed to be disappointing and needs some dramatic improvements before release. Still, if you think big numbers are more important than what you're actually seeing with your eyes, then that's your prerogative. Perhaps when they've finished using 250,000 polygons on the cars they could spare some for the scenery? Hey guys, its positive MS news. Deal with it.
snipab8t  +   793d ago
Finally someone who is talking some sense around here.
givemeshelter  +   792d ago
If you post positive Microsoft or Nintendo news on this site be prepared to get slaughtered. It never goes down to well unfortunately...
snipab8t  +   793d ago
Haha fanboyism at its best.
Software_Lover  +   793d ago
It's a well known fact that polygon count increases with each generation.
ZBlacktt  +   793d ago
So on this site, random no named screen names account for more entitlement then the actual game developing professional who make it possible for all of us to experience and play the games they create. These random screen names think they are smart. Yet they sit here with zero to show for it. They think they know more then anyone else and that their opinion holds more weight.... again, more then the real professionals.
Chris12  +   793d ago
Says the man that told us he was going to educate us by counting polygons rather than using their own eyes.
GutZ31  +   793d ago
Is Need For Speed even relevant? How can anyone add NFS to a racing game list without noting The Crew?
Need For Speed has been off my radar after NFS2.
Don't get me wrong, they had some hits and misses since then, but overall its been all stale, try too hard, underperforming titles.
If you like Need For Speed, but hate Forza or Gran Turismo, you are dead to me.
pete007  +   793d ago
Nfs shift and shift 2 unleashed on Pc with ptmu mod put forza and gt To shame mister
illtownNJONE  +   793d ago
ive watched a true 1080p video of forza 5 and its stunning seriously.....it just looks too clear and smooth i need this running on my tv now.......make me even more excited that I preordered mines ....oh btw gran turismo 6 looks stunning watchin the vids sometime the game looks like live footage it unbelivable
Gamingcapacity  +   793d ago
I feared that Drive Club would suffer from being 1st of a new franchise on a new console. It will still be a good game but we might have to wait for Drive Club 2 to get an epic game.

Knowing Evolution Studios they can make this into a great franchise. I'm a big fan of MotorStorm and they proven they can do realism from their WRC days.
ded1020  +   792d ago
Anyone else wish DC was instead Motorstorm? I'd love to see where they take the deformation and physics in a next-gen off-road racing game. Maybe the 2005 demo for real this time?
microgenius  +   792d ago
FORZA5 is the best looking racer now hands down
im waiting for a GT7 that is made for ps4 from ground up
that would be a hell of beast trust me
mochachino  +   792d ago
GT6 will probably be best.
JOLLY1  +   791d ago
Nice article! Good to hear people opinions.

*edit* people that have played the games.
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