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sales2099 said:
Troll_Whisperer said:

I know this is my third post, but I'm so excited!

Seriously, after the physics, AI, UI, features (being able to adjust gears, interior view...), saving options, loading times, etc. have been improved, I almost feel like starting GT5 all over again, it'll be like a new game.

I hope all this is included in the discs they release from now so new buyers will get this from the start without having to download.

Now I hope the rumors about new cars and 25 new tracks are true and it'll be the first DLC I ever pay for.

I love the way PD are handling this. They could release a whole new game with all the new content, but we are getting it all with free updates and a DLC! That's customer care. I intend to support this business strategy.


I really dont mean to start a flame war with this comment but really??? The game took 5 years to make and this stuff should have been in the game from the start with all the time they spent.....and your praising them for this wait and overdue updates??? Their business strategy is about making games in the time period that someone can start and graduate college and still wont find the game out.

Where as the "competition" cranks out 90+ games on metacritic almost 3x as fast. I dont get how the fans put up with it.

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that reminds me i have to play gt5

Being in 3rd place never felt so good

I dont care if they polish or expand the game now. I already played the single player campaign until level 18 or 20 and I feel satisfied with racing for at least one year. I didn't have much fun either, mostly it felt like work.

sales2099 said:
Troll_Whisperer said:

I know this is my third post, but I'm so excited!

Seriously, after the physics, AI, UI, features (being able to adjust gears, interior view...), saving options, loading times, etc. have been improved, I almost feel like starting GT5 all over again, it'll be like a new game.

I hope all this is included in the discs they release from now so new buyers will get this from the start without having to download.

Now I hope the rumors about new cars and 25 new tracks are true and it'll be the first DLC I ever pay for.

I love the way PD are handling this. They could release a whole new game with all the new content, but we are getting it all with free updates and a DLC! That's customer care. I intend to support this business strategy.


I really dont mean to start a flame war with this comment but really??? The game took 5 years to make and this stuff should have been in the game from the start with all the time they spent.....and your praising them for this wait and overdue updates??? Their business strategy is about making games in the time period that someone can start and graduate college and still wont find the game out. 

Where as the "competition" cranks out 90+ games on metacritic almost 3x as fast. I dont get how the fans put up with it. 

I'm sorry but GT5 was an excellent game from the start and this just makes it twice as good.

You can say that Forza has more games but GT5 has more for less.

If you want to compare features with GT5 I can also say that Forza won't have weather/time changes, which is a feature that should be there...



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Troll_Whisperer said:
sales2099 said:
Troll_Whisperer said:

I know this is my third post, but I'm so excited!

Seriously, after the physics, AI, UI, features (being able to adjust gears, interior view...), saving options, loading times, etc. have been improved, I almost feel like starting GT5 all over again, it'll be like a new game.

I hope all this is included in the discs they release from now so new buyers will get this from the start without having to download.

Now I hope the rumors about new cars and 25 new tracks are true and it'll be the first DLC I ever pay for.

I love the way PD are handling this. They could release a whole new game with all the new content, but we are getting it all with free updates and a DLC! That's customer care. I intend to support this business strategy.


I really dont mean to start a flame war with this comment but really??? The game took 5 years to make and this stuff should have been in the game from the start with all the time they spent.....and your praising them for this wait and overdue updates??? Their business strategy is about making games in the time period that someone can start and graduate college and still wont find the game out. 

Where as the "competition" cranks out 90+ games on metacritic almost 3x as fast. I dont get how the fans put up with it. 

I'm sorry but GT5 was an excellent game from the start and this just makes it twice as good.

You can say that Forza has more games but GT5 has more for less.

If you want to compare features with GT5 I can also say thats Forza won't have weather/time change, which is a feature that should be there...


Forza 4 won't even have it? Wow, I might rebuy GT5 once the DLC drops.



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phinch1 said:
This game is going to need re-reviewing


AGREED



Aren't the physics already revamped? It certainly felt like it the last time I played...
I wonder what "simplified interior view" entails? I'd rather wait longer and have proper interrior views since I always use that angle when I race (whenever possible, of course).

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Mummelmann said:
Aren't the physics already revamped? It certainly felt like it the last time I played...
I wonder what "simplified interior view" entails? I'd rather wait longer and have proper interrior views since I always use that angle when I race (whenever possible, of course).

It means interiors for the standard cars. Expect them to look like the bodies of the standard cars.

Something like this:

 



Chroniczaaa said:
Troll_Whisperer said:
sales2099 said:
Troll_Whisperer said:

I know this is my third post, but I'm so excited!

Seriously, after the physics, AI, UI, features (being able to adjust gears, interior view...), saving options, loading times, etc. have been improved, I almost feel like starting GT5 all over again, it'll be like a new game.

I hope all this is included in the discs they release from now so new buyers will get this from the start without having to download.

Now I hope the rumors about new cars and 25 new tracks are true and it'll be the first DLC I ever pay for.

I love the way PD are handling this. They could release a whole new game with all the new content, but we are getting it all with free updates and a DLC! That's customer care. I intend to support this business strategy.


I really dont mean to start a flame war with this comment but really??? The game took 5 years to make and this stuff should have been in the game from the start with all the time they spent.....and your praising them for this wait and overdue updates??? Their business strategy is about making games in the time period that someone can start and graduate college and still wont find the game out. 

Where as the "competition" cranks out 90+ games on metacritic almost 3x as fast. I dont get how the fans put up with it. 

I'm sorry but GT5 was an excellent game from the start and this just makes it twice as good.

You can say that Forza has more games but GT5 has more for less.

If you want to compare features with GT5 I can also say thats Forza won't have weather/time change, which is a feature that should be there...


Forza 4 won't even have it? Wow, I might rebuy GT5 once the DLC drops.


Neither night time racing.



Troll_Whisperer said:
sales2099 said:
Troll_Whisperer said:

I know this is my third post, but I'm so excited!

Seriously, after the physics, AI, UI, features (being able to adjust gears, interior view...), saving options, loading times, etc. have been improved, I almost feel like starting GT5 all over again, it'll be like a new game.

I hope all this is included in the discs they release from now so new buyers will get this from the start without having to download.

Now I hope the rumors about new cars and 25 new tracks are true and it'll be the first DLC I ever pay for.

I love the way PD are handling this. They could release a whole new game with all the new content, but we are getting it all with free updates and a DLC! That's customer care. I intend to support this business strategy.


I really dont mean to start a flame war with this comment but really??? The game took 5 years to make and this stuff should have been in the game from the start with all the time they spent.....and your praising them for this wait and overdue updates??? Their business strategy is about making games in the time period that someone can start and graduate college and still wont find the game out. 

Where as the "competition" cranks out 90+ games on metacritic almost 3x as fast. I dont get how the fans put up with it. 

I'm sorry but GT5 was an excellent game from the start and this just makes it twice as good.

You can say that Forza has more games but GT5 has more for less.

If you want to compare features with GT5 I can also say that Forza won't have weather/time changes, which is a feature that should be there...

All the cars in Forza 4 are treated equally, no standard or premium nonesense and to be fair pixelated weathers effects in GT5 are hardly worth bragging on about.

http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/9886/weatherwtf1.png

http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/1839/rainsnow1.png