The New Forza 3 Rocks!
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With Forza 3 being released last month I thought it would be a good idea to talk about why it is easily the best driving game experience that has ever been made.
Forza 3 is the higly anticipated follow up to the Forza games and features way over 400 cars from over 50 manufactures as well as having 100 tracks. The car detail in this game has been heavily improved upon with 10 times more polygons been put into each one since Forza 2.
The New Bits
Well apart from the much improved graphics and a lot more cars added in, there are several other parts the game that have been added into it. The in car driving view is something that has been wanted in this game since the first Forza and is something that I am using a lot. Another great thing is the fact that you can have one button assisted driving and full vehicle rollover with heavy details on the undercarriages. Real simulation drifting and SUVs have been added into the series too. It is possible to paint all of the cars in the game as well as being able to create your very own videos to put onto the Forza Site.
The game itself comes with two discs but can be all be played on the first. The reason the second disc exists is because it holds a lot of different and new cars as well as holding a few extra tracks. The season itself has had some major improvements added to it in the form of a personal calender that you get to organise yourself and over 200 events are playable including oval, circuit, drift, drag and timed events. Apprently no two calenders will ever be the same.
Learn Some Basic Online Gaming Terms
Online gaming has been around so long that it has even developed it’s own sub-language, which includes various terms and abbreviations. Whilst this is no bad thing, and it is to be expected really, it can easily confuse newcomers to the world of online gaming. With that in mind, here are some of the most common online game terms and abbreviations…
P2P – This is an abbreviation of pay-to-play which is used to describe online games which you must pay the creator of the game to participate in. This payment can be for a set number of hours or, more often than not, on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis.
F2P – This term is a shortened form of free-to-play and describes those games which can be played online without the need for any paid subscription. The fact that they are free doesn’t mean that they are low quality though; indeed, some of the best and most popular online games are F2P.
Bots – Some people who want to level up even when they are not playing often use what is called a bot. A bot is short for robot and is a program or script that commands your character to do certain tasks, like kill others players in an area and pick up loots, to either level up by itself or to make money with loots that you pick up. A lot of games have outlawed bots but some games still allow these auto-players.
NPC – This term means non-player character and this pertains to all harmless and non-monster characters in the game. These are usually the characters you approach to buy and sell weapons and armors from in the game, get quests from and learn in-game tips from.
Mobbing – This usually means that a player is killing huge numbers of monsters in a certain part of the game map to level up.
Loots / Drops – These are what characters drop after they have been killed. There are different kinds of loots or drops and the harder a character is to kill, the better the drops or loots usually are. You will find that some games have what is called rare drops and these are often dropped by special characters that take a longer time to kill.
Farming – This term is related to mobbing and loots / drops, in that it applies to a situation where lots of characters have been killed in a short space of time, in a specific area of the online map, and, as a result, there are lots of items that can be picked up. So, a character that is farming is basically going around collecting lots of items from characters that have already been killed.
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