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The Forza 3 photo comp has come to a close and the winners have been announced! All of the entries were really really good.

Bushido Haku
1st Place ( 3 Million Credits + DSTROYR LE Car )

2nd Place ( 2 Mil Credits + DSTROYR LE Car )

AZT Dolan77
3rd Place ( 1 Mil Credits + DSTROYR LE Car )

I had the honor of picking the Owners Choice Award ( Wins A LE Car and a Tshirt from DSTROYR Clothing! )

Honarable Mention ( The judges’s Personal Favorite )

I just wanna say thanks again to ID Lowlife for taking the time to create the car and also to involve DSTROYR in the comp. And his continued support of DSTROYR in the Forza Community! Thanks to GEARBOX Tuning, and all the gamers who participated.

See all the entries here.

Come on Turn 10 Studios let’s finish the project we started at E3.

Forza Blog post



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Got this on tues and barely scratched the surface. I will try and get sometime in between everything else and get a review going on it soon.

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Not gonna lie these game modes look like super fun and gonna make blood boil over getting rolled up for your in game currency. Pretty sure the end of the year I will be glued to the sticks this holiday season. Call of Duty Black Ops 11.09.10

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The ability to customize your cars in Forza is truly incredible, the patience these painters have is mind blowing. I did the RPM logo in game and it took about 2 hours. And I was pretty much done after that. ID LowLife and Dis OldMan Tiger gifted me a few new DSTROYR vinyl groups a gnarly Ford truck and I’m super stoked!!!

ID LowLife hooked me up with this S15 and a tune that’s pretty killer, way different than the WT500 91 Camaro.

These vinyl groups and designs were created for the FMDA 2010 comp earlier this year. Wrecked Magazine and DSTROYR were sponsors for the event.

Dis OldMan Tiger sent over the DSTROYR Team Karnage graphic with the subbed FMDA 2010 on it. I flipped my lid when I saw this during the comp!!!

Thanks guys for taking the time to create these graphics in game!

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Sega Saturn

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I bought the Sega Saturn when it came out and actually was more into it than my Playstation 1. Ah the battle of 32-bit systems was pretty crazy it was going up against Sony Playstation 1 and Nintendo 64. But Sega just wasn’t catching the market as hoped and dipped out in 1999. Still love playing Fighting Vipers on the Saturn – PEPSIMAN!!!, perfect example of fun game play over graphics. Oh and you can’t forget Shenmue!!!

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I know this came out last week, just got around to download the demo. Thinking this could be a new game till Medal Of Honor and Black Ops come out… Maybe?

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So I was finally able to open up the Fanatec wheel that was a gift from Turn 10 Studios and The ID Agency. All I have to say is this wheel set up is hands down the best! Not just saying that at all. I was playing Forza 3 and getting my sweat on, it’s a work out to play the game now (but in a good way).

The wheel has a great feel and the shifter is pretty stiff but after several trips thru the gate it starts to easy up. The feedback is a beast! I was fighting the wheel and it’s real easy to forget you are playing a game. The pedal set up is right on in my opinion, clutch,brake, and gas pedals all feel great. Clutch kicking into a turn is really awesome and connecting a transition is mind blowing now. I pretty much only drift in Forza 3, and I’m no way master just straight up fun. Playing on this wheel is like having to relearn how to play. But after about an hour I was starting to get the hang of the wheel and pedal set up.

I really can’t find anything negative about the Fanatec set up. It’s a game changer for me, the experience is that much better. I just need to build a simulator so I can really smash.

Here is some facts about this wheel and pedal set up.

Full Features Porsche 911 Turbo S Wheel:

  • Limited to 3000 units
  • Original Porsche 911 Turbo S steering wheel design
  • Licensed by Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH
  • Authentic metal Porsche logo on wheel
  • Hand stitched leather wheel manufactured according to Porsche quality standards
  • Compatible with Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3 (all games which support Force Feedback wheels)
  • 6+1 Speed gear stick with realistic shifting feel
  • Additional exchangeable sequential gear stick included
  • Wired pedals with realistic clutch pedal with declining resistance
  • Diameter of steering wheel is 300 millimeters
  • Gear sticks are interchangeable and can be mounted on the left or right side
  • Turning angle can be adjusted in the wheel to 900°, 360° or 180° or in 1° steps by software
  • Play with table: Strong table clamps with quick release, special non-slip rubber pads, and Velcro strips on the pedals
    keep everything in place. Integrated screw inserts allows a strong fixation on a gaming cockpit
  • Play without table:  Fully compatible with the RennSport Wheel Stand which is available optional
  • Illuminated buttons switch automatically between Xbox and PlayStation symbols
  • Powerful Mabuchi RS 550 Motor as used in RC cars delivers extra strong Force Feedback effects
  • Additional 2 Force Feedback actuators in the wheel simulates motor vibrations.
  • Extra smooth and silent belt drive without mechanical dead zone
  • High resolution wheel sensor
  • TUNING functions with LED display
  • Saves up to 5 wheel set-ups
  • Adjust ForceFeedback strength during game play
  • Adjust sensitivity independent from the game

Cool detail in the packaging.

Thanks again Turn 10 Studios and The ID Agency!!!

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