Getting everywhere, even New York with fast cars

I could not help moving eightbar into yet another virtual environment. In this case Forza2 on the xbox 360.
Forza has a great custom paint application built in. You cant just upload images, you have to craft from clip art. I am by no means an expert, but I was quite happy with me representing eightbar and epredator in this styilized way. See what you think. The original 8bar logo is by Judge of course.
Below is the Lancia Stratos with custom spikey green hair, racing stripes and 8bar logo in times square New York.
This can of course be raced online. Also the 8bar decals are able to be applied from car to car and cars are even able to be put in an auction for other players to buy for game credits.
This shows the rise of user created content and creative freedom in a specific game type. The original Forza had this, but with next gen and HD some of the designs I have seen have been breath-takingly good.
Its not all posing either, this is about racing too, but with some style.
So we have a fantastic car physics model, focused on the racing experience but I am able to be in there as epredator and take eightbar with me. Which I think shows the benefit of specific virtual environments for specific things, as well as striving for a generic metaverse.
See you on the track, my gamer card is over on in the side bar.
And here is an F430 customed up too. The same car I got to drive last weekend in real life along with the murcielago

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  6. Thats one sweet ride. I was pretty sure it will fail way short of Gran Turismo, but it was an excellent ride, riding the Lancia Stratos. Can’t wait for the sequel.

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  7. Thanks a lot! I am just learning Information.
    Php and this was very easy to follow and helped a lot.
    You really took time to explain every little bit.
    Thanks again.

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