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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 543d ago | interview

How Microsoft's scientist of speed turned a business strategy into a great series

EG:Dan Greenawalt rolled his first car before he ever got a chance to have his way with it. A '73 Volvo 145 station wagon, it was a victim of the young driver's rash love of stepping its sizeable tail-end out. "It was rear-wheel drive and had loads of weight at the back, so it was great for drifting," he says, his big blue eyes softening at the recollection. (Dan Greenawalt, Forza Motorsport 5, Xbox One)

christocolus  +   543d ago
nice article.never knew dan greenwalt worked on midtown madness...

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