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Forza Motorsport 4 vs. R3E – Comparison Video

The guys over at MotoGamesTV have put together a comparison video of Forza Motorsport 4 & Simbin’s recently released RaceRoom Racing Experience title.

The guys over at MotoGamesTV have put together a comparison video of Forza Motorsport 4 & Simbin’s recently released RaceRoom Racing Experience title.

The video shows a lap around Hockenheim in the Mclaren MP4 12C GT3 in both titles – How does Simbin’s newest free to play racer stack up against one of the console racing giants? Judge for yourself below!

  • Anonymous

    R3E wins by a mile in sound.

    • Charles Sami Amyouni

      Woah – yes you’re right, it is almost identical.

  • Charles Sami Amyouni

    RRRE also wins with the fluid animation. Since it is designed as a simulator.

  • 2013WW3

    why these console comparisons

  • somebody somebody

    Project CARS Build 402 vs R3E Beta – BMW Z4 GT3 at Bathurst
    Video by the same folks, MotoGamesTV, its just that VirtualR will never post it up because then everyone will then see how much pCARS is lagging behind R3E.

    • F1Racer

      Hehe, what nonsense. If that was true, your post would have been deleted 🙂

    • Markus Ott

      I lol’d.
      Besides the fact that pCARS is overbright and R3E looks warmer because of that, pCARS is superior in every way.

      • somebody somebody

        Dead FFB, “digital” sounds, I can go on forever.

      • Markus Ott

        Yeah, look at the FFB, you can totally see it 🙂
        Go on SMS, please say sorry to mr fakenameboy, your alpha version doesn’t feel like a released product!
        Apart from that I’d like yo to go on forver and name all the things you can see from that video where R3E is better than pCARS. Do it.

      • somebody somebody

        Oh look, another pCARS apologist that tries to silence all constructive criticism with “Alpha!” BS.

      • Markus Ott

        Oh, I missed your constructive criticism. Unable to find it anywhere. All I see is someone stuck in the past, cause everything you see in the video shows that R3E looks outdated. If you like modern graphics technologies that are in pCARS or not is irrelevant if you speak about one product lagging behind another. Not to say the real truth is that the small windows hides the graphical details of pCARS and hides the graphical mediocore of R3E. Even rF2 can not look like sh** in such a window comparison.
        And I am still waiting for your list.

      • somebody somebody


        Are you going to do some more of your trademark incoherent rambling? Look at yourself, crying foul and whining about someone else’s opinion.
        Looking forward to laughing at more of your drivel.

      • Markus Ott

        I see, now it’s just opinion.
        I guess we won’t see your endliss list, too.
        Bad troll is bad.

      • somebody somebody

        Your fallacy: Ad hominem

      • Mike Cantwell

        Race Room has go my vote because it uses nearly all the real sponsor names and the trees look much better than pCars.

        It is an Australian track. Put Australian trees etc in it and not the crap that is in pCars.

      • daz

        So if a game with superior physics was to use fictitious advertisers, you would say the game with real advertisers and less impressive physics was better?

        I only ask as you say RRRE is better because of the adverts, not because it drives better.

    • Holy Sword

      simbin win the gold medal in the sounds event in a landside

    • Leigh Ferguson

      If you have a comparative video of RRRE at roughly the same stage of development as this Project Cars car and/or track, please share it. That would be very interesting to see. I haven’t been able to find anything on the inter-tubz, sadly.

    • Joao Silva
  • Anonymous

    Why do ppl make these completly pointless comparisons? Comparing a year old console game on 7 year old hardware with a recently released PC game. You might as wel compare a car with a ship or something. It only feeds the fanboyz discussion like somebody somebody perfectly illustrates…

  • Markus Ott

    I think Forza is a really nice driving game, but that stupid position the hands hold the steering wheel is driving me nuts. Why, oh why, Turn10?

    • Anonymous

      Not to mention the tiny steering angle. The iRacing hands that only go about 90 degrees either way then stop is bad enough to stop me using it, if only the Forza ones could be turned off as well.


      Who the hell is looking at the hands while their racing? What’s wrong with you? As long as they’re not doing something completely different to what your hands are doing you should never notice them enough to make such ridiculously nit-picky comments. Plus, it’s a joke of an arcade game, who cares if the hands are inaccurate, that’s the least of the problems with forza.

      • Anonymous

        Forza is the best thing available on 360, unless I’ve missed some super game come out on that machine in the last few years??

        when you get immersed in game you spot everything, even little hand movements and some games have that all wrong!
        But I guess you wouldn’t know that from chase cam ;o)

  • gt3rsr

    What’s wrong with the R3E’s steering wheel? It should rotate much more. Feels really strange this way.

    • Leigh Ferguson

      The wheel rotation and lock can be changed to whatever you might desire. The default values gave me the same impression. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    Well to be honest and fair… FM4 is really a good game and lots of fun…. and on a console! If only they allowed for more race simulations…. with real fuel consumption and pit stops!

  • GMTchd

    Will we be able to turn off those GIANT direction arrows in R3E? I feel like we’re going to be stuck with those.

  • Roger

    At this resolution Forza textures and lightning looks better, but in real life at 1080p (or more) and most of all in 3D R3R looks 10 times better.

    Sounds in R3E are really impressive as well, not to mention the most important aspect, physics in R3E is far better!

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