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Gran Turismo 5 and Forza 3: a beginner-friendly online racing guide

ClassyGamer: I bet you looked at the picture on the right and are now expecting a comparison between Forza Motorsport 3 and Gran Turismo 5, full of console war galore and fanboy-sized morsels.

Well, too bad. That isn't going to happen. Not here at least. If you like racing the next few months are going to be joyful whether you have an Xbox 360 or a PS3, even more so if you have both like me. Forza Motorsport 3 and Gran Turismo 5 look every day more promising and even Need for Speed Shift seems a quite interesting product.

They actually come at the right time, as the previous generation of console racing games (Forza 2 and GT5 Prologue) is beginning to really show it's age. Luckily, though, online racers from all over the world are soon going to face new challenges.

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Saaking3561d ago

GT5 and Flopza shouldn't be in the same sentence. Flopza is a disgrace to racing simulators and Turn 10 are a disgrace to all developers out there with the amount of ignorance they show.

OmarJA3561d ago

They should just except it, GT5 will be the best racer simulation this gen & Forza 3 will be just another failure trying to compete with the big boys.

StrboyM3561d ago

Those are great tips for new racers, but if everyone followed the rules it would be...kinda boring no?

I would say, don't be a jerkoff, and above all have fun. its all about fun, race fast and race furious, show your stuff, design your car and your skills without being obnoxious, friendly crap talking will ensure that people remember who you are, but sh!t talking will make sure people dont want to play with you...dont be that guy..or girl!!

(videogame quote)
"You got a lot to learn before you beat me, try again kid..hahahhha"

cranium3561d ago

What this is basically saying is: Do everything you can to not crash and be a good sport.
Which is pretty obvious, but it is something everyone should follow to maximize fun and minimize frustration.