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Initial post: Jun 13, 2013 9:54:23 PM PDT
K. Johnson says:
hands down.

Posted on Jun 14, 2013 12:15:30 AM PDT
tblomster says:
Personally Forza looks way better! But it's just a personal opinion.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 14, 2013 12:51:30 AM PDT
K. Johnson says:
to each his own my friend, to each his own. Forza looks pretty cool i agree. but theres just something about open world racing games...

Posted on Jun 18, 2013 4:51:10 PM PDT
Alex says:
Forza looks the best but it's a simulation game. The Crew and NFS Rivals are more arcade and open world which I prefer. I'm not sure about all the exagerated customizing in the Crew I'll have to wait for more info but I'll get either this or NFS.

Posted on Jun 18, 2013 7:41:23 PM PDT
K. Johnson says:
yeah, but the idea of being able to customize your car on your phone/tablet on the go, and coming back to it being ready on the game.. sounds AWESOME! but i guess things like that will prob become standard next gen.

Posted on Jul 6, 2013 5:29:04 PM PDT
Kirk Travel says:
I love how Forza 5 is shaping up but this I also gotta pick up. The Crew is awesome and reminds me of the ambitious goal that Burnout Paradise had. Except I know I'm gonna like it, I enjoyed Forza Horizon after all and this is coming form an old-school Grand-Turismo and NFS fan. It looks like a really fun game. :]

Posted on Jul 12, 2013 12:48:43 PM PDT
ReToM7 says:
Does this mean if I want to play with my friends I will have to drive to Virginia to meet them? I realize 200+mph on the highway I would make good time, but let's just hope I don't hit traffic around DC on 95.

Open world gets my imagination moving, but so far, I have been nothing but disappointed. It was this way with TDU, TDU 2, Fuel, Forza Horizon, etc. They always miss the marks and spend too much time on massive terrain and forget to include a focus on making the cars drive/handle like cars. They don't even hit the arcade driving/handling mark. Most times the cars float around and handle like Mack trucks. TDU 2 started off okay once I got used to the handling and flying off course with no notice. However, that was quickly ruined when I couldn't play the game online or use the features I paid for after their servers were broken for months.

I love the idea of this game, but I'm not sure if I want to preorder to wait to see the game actually works on day one and if it lives up to the possibilities in my imagination.

Posted on Dec 4, 2013 7:45:01 PM PST
CYBERXX says:
fm s*cks no 13 tracks and its getting lame cant wait till this game comes out

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 29, 2014 2:04:37 AM PDT
tblomster says:
K. Johnson, I was your firs reply on this post. I said " Personally Forza looks way better! But it's just a personal opinion." Well now I've changed my mind and definitely think this is going to be the beat racing game for the Xbox One!! Forza just wasn't doing it for me.
The Crews has so many more features in customization! And the map is going to be huge! I can't wait to see how literally they take the word "open world"!!
Forza was to blah for me. And the whole micro transactions was awful.
I can't wait for "The Crew" to come out! Plus, I love Ubisoft!!!
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