Indeed. In-MFin-deed. Although it's funny. I actually pulled out PGR3 this last weekend (just to drive the Atom) and man, after playing Forza all day every day for the last month+ at work, PGR's controls feel TWITCHY. I don't remember them feeling like that when I worked on it. it was wierd. I couldn't drive Gotham for the life of me!
Yeah, I work on racing games whenever I can. I'm a contractor right now in Microsoft Game Studios. I worked on Forza 1, Project Gotham 3, and now Forza 2. I don't get to work on racing games (or even games) all the time, but when I do, it's a blast... Mind you, I don't get to PLAY them that much, but I do work on 'em/my fingers are in-game every day.So Matt, you got a job in the gaming industry, thats pretty cool. Even cooler cause it seems that you work on racing games, which is all I play 90% of the time.
Is there going to be an NA miata in FM2? hehe
Nah, I wouldn't cry fanboy, you've got a reason you don't like either of those.Can't stand Forza's gameplay, same for Project G. I LOVE GT4 with Logitech Wheel. I guess I'm a fanboy.
Back on topic, 4RE addition is great. Now, if only Porsche plays along also. My only complaint about the GT series is the ridiculous amount of un-interesting cars. Who really NEEDS 10 versions of the Skyline and 15 version of the Evol?
FYI, GT4 HD is playable in two modes. "Classic" which is the old GT4 graphics enhanced to HD or "Premium" mode, which is a preview of GT5 utilizing the PS3 engine.