New "Unremarkable" commercial for Forza Motorsport 2.
I like it. I think they are making fun of someone.
Good thinking ;)
looks like there really trying to sell the ppl on forza
It looks fanmade though, I doubt this commercial is official.
A tasteful, subtle, and truthful jab at the competition. I like it.
they show the game and rarely have cg ! sonys love of cg doesnt put me of and i still buy the good games ! its just the way i like it ! in engine is the way forward in my eyes !
Ha Ha. I wonder what the competition well have to say?
Remarkable. LOL JK
Subtly is rarely used so well in the video game industry. I guess they had to grow up sometime. Oh by the way, this game is remarkable.
We are in strange times. Children's lunch box snacks (YoGos - "don't eat them too fast"), men's body spray (RGX - "I don't want to smell you from here"), and now video games being sold on the less is more idea. Finally. We get to see, in hindsight, what marketing in the 90's and early 00's really was: Junk to the Xtreme!
I'm not into racing games like this... but this may beat G Turismo.... Game looks great...
Nice commercial, sounds like one of the audi or lexus car ads, well done.
That is a pretty cool commercial.
A subtle send-up of both their competition and pretentious sports-cars ads. "Unremarkable," indeed!
I wonder how Froza gets the car manufactures to let them do full damage when other games are only allowed slight or none at all.
...that's always just been a lame cop-out by Polyphony Digital. Other games have had destructible real-world car models before: Toca 1, 2 & 3, NFS: Porshe Unleashed, Midtown Madness, Forza 1 all did. That was just a piss-poor excuse for lazy programming, and a very weak processor in the PS2. Basically, they included every car mfr. know to man in their games, so that all it took was 1 mfr. saying "no, you can't show our cars damaged", and there was their out. After all, it wouldn't make sense to have 480 + cars that took damage, and a few dozen that didn't....so they opted for the easy way out. That's why you always hear them brag about the number of cars and tracks ; they have to provide a smokescreen for the REAL issue. ;)
Add piss-poor physics to that. Most cars behave and feel the same in GT.
looks pretty good - not as sharpe as GT5 but in that commercial i did see car damage which i know wont be included in GT5 so big bonus for u xbox360 fans i just wished GT5 would add it
Unremarkable commercial isn't even as sharp/clean as other forza 2 videos, bad piece to try and compare.
That was pretty nice. So that makes two I have found good. Normally commercials are just commercials to me, but the Gears commercial sold me on that game and although this commercial probably wouldn’t "sell" me I do find it funny in its subtleness. Of course only video game fanatics who are aware of all the issues with car games would understand it.
Funny commercial, but you'd have to be a car buff to understand the joke behind it. It's a take on those rich car company commercials like Acura, Infiniti, BMW, Audi, etc... that advertise their cars as masterpieces, art work, and unremarkable cars. They'll have this voice come up with shots of the car in nice looking backgrounds driving, maybe raining, talking about the car as if it's the most beautiful thing ever remarking about how amazing it is. They always have this calm, new age type music playing in the back too. Thats exactly what this commercial is mocking, by showing cars are quite the opposite. Showing they won't stick to the road like a masterpiece, they won't wow everyone as you drive by, they do get damaged and dented, etc... It's good to know even racing game commercials have a good sense of humor in the auto industry world.
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