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autoblog.com: Forza Motorsport 4: Playing With The Enemy And Loving It

autoblog.com writes: In the interest of full disclosure, I should make it clear up front that I have always been a loyal devotee of Gran Turismo. The series helped craft my automotive knowledge through middle school and high school, helped me choose the proper spring rates for my track rat in college, and generally consumed days and days of my young life. So when Turn 10 introduced Forza Motorsport for the Microsoft xBox in 2005, I was skeptical.

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ironwolf2441d ago

A review from a GT aficionado. Interesting indeed.

StraightPath2441d ago

"With Gran Turismo 5 currently collecting dust and wallowing in a tepid pool of disappointment"

" The variety of available vehicles is fantastic, and each one is rendered in painfully expert detail inside and out. Visually, Forza Motorsport 4 sinks the Gran Turismobattleship. "

" I should probably lend a word or two to the driver AI in Forza Motorsport 4. Whereas Gran Turismo seems to be populated by a race of superhuman drivers who would rather fall on their own tire iron than miss an apex, Forza 4 lines you up against a virtual cast that actually has personality"

Spitfire_Riggz2441d ago

Wow he is really taking shots against GT5

arjman2441d ago

Methinks his PS3 turned off during the last lap of an endurance race ;)

illtownNJONE2441d ago

I actually see the a.i mess up often

Spitfire_Riggz2441d ago

My question for the author though. From what I have heard Forza is more of a game than a simulator.

would Forza have taught you the same information and helped set up the springs for your car like gt did?

illtownNJONE2441d ago

Forza does everything and the graphics in my opinion is the best on consoles period