Interesting. The Forza series has never interested me in any way (it's always seemed cheap and souless for whatever reason), but I'm curious to see what Forza 4 brings. Pretty sh*t teaser though, if the game really will be out next year then they should have something other than real-time footage to show for it.
There was ingame footage in that trailer, most notably at the end where they showed the car doors opening etc, it has the same little markers around the car that appeared when they previously showed how Kinect would work with Forza.
Likewise I doubt we'll see much Kinect functionality past what they've already shown us. The overlapping minigame (pass as many cars in as little time as possible) and the car showcase mode, where you get to look all around and car and get up close to it. I expect maybe a few more Kinect based minigames as well the rest of what we didn't see of the car showcase mode.
Pretty sh*t teaser though, if the game really will be out next year then they should have something other than real-time footage to show for it.
Yeah, I completely agree there. These kinds of teasers where they show real-time footage are so stupid. You can't say anything about the game.
Err, that's the point of a teaser.
This series needs more tracks, not 10 tracks with a couple of different routes. It gets so boring quick racing the same few tracks over and over again. Get your wallet out and pay for some track licenses.
If they can give us a better inclusion of top gear then GT5 does then I am there(shouln't be too hard)! Seriously though anyone who likes their cars and racing should get this, GT5 offers something yet lacks plenty much in the same way Forza has and will do in its fourth iteration. I don't think any developer has released a perfect racer yet but here's hoping the competition that seems to be going on with EA and its sim branch of the NFS series, Sony and their GT along with MS and Forza will result in better racing games featuring the things we want.