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 The Shape Of Forza's Future

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PostSubject: The Shape Of Forza's Future   2/12/2011, 8:19 am

I know we all love different things, and that being a one-trick pony I have some pretty strong views at times...


But Forza has official race cars, including GT class racing cars like the F430's, Vipers, etc, etc. But I'd love to see this expanded for the future. I know I bang on about rallying, but I'd love them to add those type of cars in too. Afterall, there are tarmac rallies, so it's not like we have to see off-road tracks in Forza's future. Not that I'm against that of course.

I know that this makes it look like I'm trying to draw a comparison to GT5, but being honest I'm not. I just think it would make the game even more complete and give people even more variety. If they can plonk a dozen rally cars in the game, then stock cars are possible too - albeit on Dirt tracks of course. The there's truck racing, that's awesome fun, and is of course a lot slower pace too.

Then hey, why not single-seater Lotus cars from the 60's, etc. I'm sure you see where this is going. It won't make Forza a driving simulator, it'll just attract even more people to the franchise. Sure they'll have to pay licencing, but let's face it, they make enough on the game and DLC.

Hell, even give this stuff only as DLC, so those wanting Indy Cars or whatever can buy them, and some race tracks too. Forza 4 has covered so much ground this time around, and the gap to GT5 is very close now. I think they could have at least done day to night, but left it out so we'll all see it as an upgrade in Forza 5.

Dan Greenawalt is always saying it's about our passion for cars. So give me a Freakin wide-body Stratos in the game to do the Alitalia paint job justice you Freak of nature!!


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