Six drivers are bringing the game to real life, starting this February on the Speed channel.
This is CGI footage from the start ups if you want to see real gameplay screens do a google search for Forza 2 and take a look. It's like posting the start up of the JAP version of Motorstorm. I thought everyone had a problem with CGI anyway? oh no just if Sony does it right...
Yes, it isn't in game from what I can tell, but your comment was a little bit overboard. Microsoft didn't try and pass this off as in game, Jenzo made a mistake. Sony said that Motorstorm was in game.
is a quick bit of gameplay (not even a second) because what he could have been talking about was the fact that the guy in the yellow suit was playing the game right before they show the xbox 360 symbol.
Well me and my new force feedback wheel are waiting patiently!!!
Sorry about that, could'nt fix it afterwards.
You've got the Wireless Wheel Antan? I'm thinking of buying it next month, is it a good deal?
The wheel is great. I'd say the best ever made, I have to momo wheel for pc, which is really nice too.
I cant wait for forza 2. I used to be a huge GT fan, till I played forza and was blown away.
Its fantastic!!! for 80 quid i think its an absolute steal!! its also pretty large to!!! 2 ways you can use it, firstly you can have it on your lap as the underside is curved slightly on either side so feel like its wrapping round your legs a bit, and it has thin rubber grips that look similar to tyremarks which help grip to your legs to reduce slippage. The other and best way (if your desk is big enough) is that the wheel comes with a vice type bracket which holds the wheel solidly in place on your desk. You can probably find pics on this the net. And the force feedback feels very very good! Double bonus is that it comes bundled with the force feedback edition of PGR which was a bonus for me as my disc had stopped working! To anyone serious about Forza 2 or if you`ve not got PGR yet, do yourself a favour and pick the wheel up, you will not be disappointed!!!
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