Forza Horizon And Forza 4 DLC Interview

Posted: March 6, 2012
Forza Horizon And Forza 4 DLC Interview
Turn 10 Creative Director Dan Greenawalt gives Adam Sessler a sneak preview of Microsoft's just-announced Forza Horizon, as well as looks at the Forza 4 "Pirelli" DLC pack and the big return of Porsche to the series.

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  • haha360Suxs

    You lot are idiots. Go to a car show during summer, I've driven my car through the dessert with the sun reflecting of the car and depending on what paint is used for the car and how much its polished, the car can be that shiny. I've seen hundreds of cars at car shows and alot of them were shinning like nuts. Try working in the Car Detailing and Spray Painting Industry, You will be surprised by what you see. Cars don't get as shiny as the cars do in Forza but its still pretty close.

    Posted: March 8, 2012 4:24 PM
  • KatanaVx

    No offense, but the title is misleading. No Horizon gameplay was shown, just parts of the announcement trailer (heck, even Greenwalt says he's keeping it under wraps until further into the year). Just my 2 cents...

    @Daniel Heartland

    Gran Turismo also has that level of "shininess", so don't go trolling on the Forza series. I've played both, and both offer slightly wrong representations of reflections on the surfaces of cars. Heck, even the windshield (and the rest of the windows on the cars) don't offer reflections, although that would hamper the ability to see well using the "inside the car" (since I can't use the word here) cam.

    Posted: March 8, 2012 9:16 AM
  • Heartland

    Cars aren't that shiny!

    They don't refract light with the intensity of glass! They're carbon fiber, or metallic with metallic paint. There's no amount of wax you can wipe or buffer on to make them like that.

    Go Gran Turismo 5!

    Posted: March 6, 2012 4:13 PM