The video shows how both games AI opponents react to an obstacle.
gt5 is the best racing game ever!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh!! ok , When u compare something put it in the same view . plus gt5 is set at beginning stage where ai is not to smart.
Lol, come on now. Skip to 2:10. The driver here swayed into oncoming cars, parked and even drove head on and the AI still missed him. http://www.youtube.com/watc... ^On top of that, you can choose to lower that AI setting much like in GT5p.
after they have reach level 40 in GT5.
Symptoms include, "sickness" being "unbearable" "shame" "ignoring" "babbling inside a self created delusion bubble"? Wrong diagnosis there doc. Those are all symptomatic with "ass-hat troll-itis", and I hope you have medical insurance, as from the look of things, you seem to have contracted a heavy dose pal.
GT5 = 16 cars Forza 3 = 8 cars That says it all for me!
@Zootang F-Zero GX = 30 cars GT5 = 16 cars Forza 3 = 8 cars Am I getting this right?
Use your mind please F-zero is a fabulous game, but its last gen, in 480i, much lower level of effects and visuals. Its like saying Dynsaty warriors has far more enemies on screen compared to God of War 3, hence its better
How come no one noticed that in GT5 he put the car right on the line where traffic passes and in Forza he put the car to the left of the dark part of the road where cars frequently drive? I call BS on this one. Do the video again and put the Forza car on the darker part of the road and see what happens. Why are people going out of there way to make these kind of comparisons when they aren't even going to do them fairly?
@thief He was just using reverse logic, as it seems like zootang likes to think that the more cars the better. @zootang So now, "no point"? Ahahahahah. Jesus.
@8-bit: Actually, it's hard to see, but the car is right on the racing line in both instances. If you look closely you can see the triangles of the Forza line. Anyways, I hear that GT5's AI gets better at advanced stages, but they should have probably had smarter AI right from the start. It's never as fun racing against dumb opponents, and there are better ways to balance difficulty.
@Neckbear We want to advance not stagnate. Would that not mean more cars on screen at better quality which GT5 has? Have you even played GT5?
In GT5 they put the car in the direct racing line, and Forza sligtly outside racing line to create the illusion that the cars try to avoid collision. Another fail... Game on..
But the cars comparison does make sense in GT vs Forza, as more cars means more taxing on AI. Its like having 2 opponents versus 6 at any time in a shooter game. In any case, whether you agree with the AI levelling approach or not, its fair to say that you have to compare GT5 AI after level 40 to make a comparison. And I haven’t heard anyone deny that at that level, GT5 AI/damage is better than Forza – which is impressive considering that supposed to Forza’s strong point, while GT5 is indisputably superior in graphics, car detail,, physics, handling.
AI Fail in Forza 3
Unlock the AI skill at higher levels and then do a comparison: http://www.youtube.com/watc... Damn gaming media don't actually play games before they have opinions on them. It's like watching 3/4 of a movie and doing a review on it, or listening to half a music CD and doing a review on it.
Play B-Spec and you will realize how smart the AI is... On B-Spec when the drivers are pressured they start making more mistakes. They get pressured when they are near other cars and they calm down when they are leading the race. The AI is fine the only problem is that in the beginner levels the AI is retarded. I think PD should have let you chose a level from the start and let you play from there on instead of doing what they did because a lot of people are complaining about damage etc...
Yeah, but does GT5 allow to you play across three monitors/TVs? :)
Actually yes it does along with GT4 as well I believe
forza 3 has multi screen, GT5 not http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Wow shinobix. You sure are quick to assume that GT5 doesn't have multi screen support without having absolutely any piece of evidence. GT4 supported multi screen. Why wouldn't GT5 support it? We already saw interesting tech demos of FOUR PS3's powering GT5 for either a ridiculously huge resolution or extremely fast frame rates of 240hz.
suck it shinobix http://www.youtube.com/watc... & http://www.gtplanet.net/for...
Gran Turismo 5 Gaming on a Six LCD? Unnecessary but WOW!!! The 6 screens should be around the player so that you could look around the full 360 degrees. Imagine how awesome it would be to turn and look behind to see if there are any cars coming.
Okay I don't really get the point of this as who rides in reverse?? If anything this means it's harder to pass cars in GT5 which would make it more realistic when driving the right way! Whereas Forza the cars move out your way and let you pass them..
@yess: Actually if you look at the video, you'll see the green lines (indicating the best racing route) are leading straight to the car in the Forza capture, just like the GT5 capture.
Even video proof won't convince the GT fanboy.
It won't because I was trying this last night and the AI went around me :S However when I tried it on a sharp turn the AI didn't see me and drive into me.
A user posted this video regarding Forza 3 AI on Gamespot forums: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
lol, now that's what i called failed simulator-wannabe
lmao I love how the SUB just drives of after like nothing happened when all the cars behind him totaled themselves.
Lmao I thought forzas AI was supposed to be better? I guess it's not
Oh, not at all like this: http://www.youtube.com/watc...
*sigh* those are early level AI's "gamer" dude (trollerdude) point is, AI increases as you progress. don't think thats good? take it up with PD, it was their choice. but its a fact, or do you say that the AI in your video vs the AI in alojuanjo's video is the exact same? =P you people just don't get it. you're like politicians changing facts: early GT5 AI sucks late GT5 AI is...well its perfectly fine disagree with this? contact Polyphony Digital.