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post #721 of 728
I read somewhere that nurburgring might be released. I haven't seen anything official but I would love for that to happen.
post #722 of 728
I'm out until they bring back the Japanese mountain track (and a decent wheel.)
post #723 of 728
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Originally Posted by NoThru22 View Post

I'm out until they bring back the Japanese mountain track (and a decent wheel.)

+1
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Originally Posted by vorlen View Post

I read somewhere that nurburgring might be released. I haven't seen anything official but I would love for that to happen.

Well if they're smart they'll release it. I think it's just a matter of how they integrate it into the career. I'd take it as a standalone track though with no connection to your career. I just want to see it in the game. Nurburgring is almost a requirement for a Forza game by this point. The only Forza game I'm interested in that it wouldn't make sense for is the Horizon series. Other than that a proper Forza game should come with the Ring. I really think it was a timing thing. If MS could have delayed releasing the One until next year I think we'd see a much more complete Forza game.
post #725 of 728
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Originally Posted by NoThru22 View Post

I'm out until they bring back the Japanese mountain track (and a decent wheel.)

I am not too worried about a wheel since I have never used one, but am hoping to this gen since if I get one it will be early in the consoles lifecylce. That being said though I really like how the controller feels. It is far from sim but having the rumble triggers adds a lot to the game IMO.

Also, even though the game does seem light in the features, I think the graphics and driving are spot on and that's what keeps me coming back. Did FM4 have more to do, yes it did but I never really got into anything other than racing in Forza so...

Oh yeah, bring on the green hell...I am itching for that track.
post #726 of 728
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I'm out until they bring back the Japanese mountain track (and a decent wheel.)

I wish I had the link handy but apparently someone is making a USB dongle to allow other system controllers and they claim it will support the Fanatec you have.
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I wish I had the link handy but apparently someone is making a USB dongle to allow other system controllers and they claim it will support the Fanatec you have.

http://controllermax.com/

Jason
post #728 of 728
I don't see how that could work for a wheel, though. Wheels are so finicky that even generic drivers turn out disastrous.
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