Using Kinect, grip an imaginary steering wheel in the new Forza, and let 'er ride.
standing up during the game is going to be tiring. not my cup of tea
I'd imagine you could do this sitting down.
But because my arms' weight is partly supported by the steering wheel. As much as I love MS, I'm beginning to question their credibility now. http://e3.gamersguidetolife...
Doesn't mention anything about how to accelerate or brake but hey "you can turn your head into the corner" lol Fantastic hand work at the end of the race there. Actor's hand goes straight then wheel follows like 2s later. Good luck doing a 10minute race (don't even mention 3hr long endurance races) holding your arms out. Is this supposed to be entertainment or punishment?
Why the Video of forza 3 kinect, was remove from Gametrailers??
yea still tiring waving your arms about.
its a driving game..why would you wave your arms idiot
...Is to feel like you are racing. To feel the bumps on the road, the weight of the car, the handling, everything. How are you supposed to get that same experience if there is nothing to hold, nothing to feel? It's just not right. HOWEVER, I was very impressed by the "car show" demo. One of the big reasons I play games such as GT and Forza is to collect cars, and I've always wanted a way to explore the cars with that amount of detail. Now the only problem is whether the finished product will be anything like that or not... I'm not entirely confident at the moment.
how did he accelerate or brake? driving while standing ?really? and one more thing....he didnt walk around like it shows in the video...all he did was bob his head back and forth...lmao
By moving his foot back or forward. You know, I thought it was pretty cool. I have also noticed when people want to hate on something, they will ALWAYS be able to find something negative about anything. I mean after all, that's a haters job.
between hating and being skeptical. They faked a lot of the show so why wouldnt people say something. Heck even 360 only fans are asking questions and kudos to them. If it was sony or nintendo faking it people would say something too..Heck people were hating on blu ray and there was nothing to be skeptical about...it was just a bigger media to help usher us into the hd era of games and movies so your logic applies to that more convincingly
But, common now you know I'm not talking about everyone that ask questions about the technology. You can tell the ones that are curious versus those that are just being d!ckheads about it.
¿They will develop a new Forza or will be implemented for Forza 3?
I've heard that this was to show that current games can be updated to utilize Kinetic so I would suppose the latter...
in the video it says 2011 i think this a new forza
Yes to head tracking. No to everything else.
Because GT5 can't give you both like Forza?
Very close to buying a PS3. I hope MOVE have control scheme where I could bring my hands down. I can't hold my arms up that long. They're flubby too. LOL
GT5 gives full support, including clutch (despite being irrelevant in a F458), for a GT25/27 logi wheel...Forza doesn't... so now you can hold a fake wheel and play Forza?...awesome...I am sure that will be a massive hit with racing fans... head tracking is cool, but seriously...are you guys going to go nuts now about 'pretending' to drive a car with no controller whatsoever?...I thought the 360 had the best controller in history...including the best for racing games because 'teh triggArZ R GAZZ PEWDALLSZZ'... kinect 'will' work for certain types of gameplay...and i'm not saying move will be any better for a racing game...but moving your hands and feet around to simulate a wheel and pedals...all while physically touching nothing...is to me the definition of 'missing the point'...
I Agree.. head tracking while using a pad or a wheel would be pretty good i imagine.
That was FAKE head tracking. It was all a damned act. can't you guys see that? Ok, I'm so wrong, that's why MS has natal on the floor of E3 for all to test out the head tracking. :/
i want it
...how are you supposed to accelerate/brake?
accelerate right foot forward brake...idk lol
Gametrailers.com is really slooooooow... :(
they are trying to one up the ps3 with a redesign,and it's still less features you get with ps3. they show up with forza to try and one up GT5 and its italia and they are still showing cars that look great when you are not driving. they bring out kinectimals and it's trying to one up eyepet. total failure yesterday and today by microsoft.......driving standing up....GET REAL....
A new gameplay from Kinect with Fitness game: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
yeah,cause everyone wants to play this way,not. maybe for ur kids and ur not gamer adults,but real gamers arnt gonna play that way all the time,im sure they will just cause they can,but give me a break.
I was just wondering. I see that most people don't like the fact that you use nothing to control the games, so i was thinking if anyone knew if you could use every day objects to get the feel of what your doing.So if you have an old steering wheel, you can just sit there and use it with out plugging in. Or if you play that star wars game you could use some sort of long object for the lightsaber.
Just as a pre-Kinect training for racing games... 1. sit down in front of your TV 2. hold your arms out, forearms parallel to the ground 3. hold imaginary steering wheel 4. keep holding that position 5. keep holding 6. tired yet? 7. keep holding 8. keep holding - don't give up yet 8. Not tired? - Ok you are ready to play Forza with imaginary steering wheel
I dont think this will be good with Forza. But I just wanted to point out that you could rest your elbows on your legs and it would'nt stress your muscles nearly as much.
So, how does the hand icon onscreen move up before the demonstrator moves his hand? It happens a few seconds after he gets into the car. Anyone? Sorry...I just noticed there's a whole other discussion on this topic.
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