Turn 10 Studios founder Dan Greenawalt previews the Microsoft Xbox One racing game Forza Horizon 2 in this exclusive gameplay interview from E3 2014.
Europe adds a lot to this franchise for open gameplay.
I still think the "1000 club" count is a punch at Driveclub. Realistically will any club have 1000 members?
yea, driveclub did it perfect, because surely noone will want more than 10 people in their club .... right?
DC is aimed to be competitive. It doesn't matter if FH has competitive play or not. 1000 is obnoxious.
It sounds like you just don't understand how clubs work in forza horizon to me. the clubs are cumulative, competitive and cooperative. They are a means of large groups of players to easily share content and compete against other clubs. This is how it worked in horizon 1, so I can only imagine it will be improved on the sequel. How exactly is that different from what you assume driveclub does? (set aside the fact that you have know way of actually knowing.) Also, again, noone will want more than 10 people right? And allowing players the option to if they did want to is just unfounded right? More games should limit players options, you are totally right.
You are right about that 1000 club count, it is obnoxious. However it does look amazing though.
"Built on the XBox One Engine" I would love to hear about this XBone engine please.
No one is going to take you serious trolling XB1 articles saying sh*t like "xbone" Are you a tween? Does it matter if you know about the engine? It's the most impressive and technologically advanced racer to ever grace a console. What is with people on this site needing to slam a piece of plastic like their toy is better than other toys? Tracking and trolling news/plastic that doesn't affect their real lives?
Driveclub says hi, and really BIG hi at that! FH2 looks a great game, but from a technical standpoint it doesn't hold up to DC.
"It's the most impressive and technologically advanced racer to ever grace a console" *in your opinion* ... opinion is not fact. "What is with people on this site needing to slam a piece of plastic like their toy is better than other toys? Tracking and trolling news/plastic that doesn't affect their real lives?" *ahem* think about what you just said right there next time you decide to poke your head into any comment thread related to sony/PS4 (not just this website) because that right there is some serious pot calling the kettle black ****. so once again... cut the hypocrisy, you're making yourself look foolish. and there's nothing wrong with using the term "xbone" - even phil spencer thinks it's a clever nickname: http://gamerant.com/xbox-on... in fact, he said he was kind of kicking himself for not thinking of it first.
Jesus Christ....how can you be so DELUSIONAL? How can you sit there and call him out for being a troll, when you made an alt account (PS3Slim) with the sole intention of trolling PS fans in the disguise of a PS fan? And how can you sit there and say "What is with people on this site needing to slam a piece of plastic like their toy is better than other toys? " when that is what you do EVER DAY? All you ever do is bash the PS4 and it's fans/games. You talk about PS4 more than you do X1, lmao. "Tracking and trolling news/plastic that doesn't affect their real lives?" It sure affects yours. You are one of the most bitter and resentful guys ive ever seen on a website, the PS4's success has affected you majorly, as evident in every one of your comments, tracking and trolling PS/Sony articles. So how are you gonna act like it's pathetic that these guys let plastic boxes affect them so much, when you are one of the guys who is most emotionally affected by this "console war"? I have never seen such a blatant and embarrassing display of mind-altering delusion, to the point where you will call people out for things you are known for doing. You are something else....
I smell a dirty troll
Looks amazing day one purchase for sure
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