Forza 4: We are endangered species

via Autoblog by Jeremy Korzeniewski on 10/3/11

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Forza Aston Martin trailer

“What you are about to see is a fantasy. It has no place in the real world.”

That’s how the latest trailer for Forza Motorsport 4 begins, and when a video game trailer needs that kind of warning, you know things are about to get good.

And then Jeremy Clarkson’s voiceover begins, telling us all that we’re an endangered species. We, in this case, are those who consider themselves to be automotive enthusiasts. And there’s video to back up this assertion, as a man (in the back seat of an economy car, no less) sits in traffic seemingly on his way to work (All it’s missing is REM’s “Everybody Hurts” – Ed).

Fear not, petrolheads. Soon, a waiting Aston Martin DB9 is fired up, tires squeal and smoke and our protagonist finds himself wildly escaping the confines of the city and its traffic. But wait. What’s that? Uh oh, the local constabulary has caught on to our man’s actions, and they aren’t pleased. He’s trapped. Again.

The moral of the story? Get your kicks where it’s legal: in your living room, on your xBox 360, playing Forza 4. Thanks, Jeremy, for the friendly reminder. Check out the video for yourself after the break, where you’ll also find an accompanying press release.

In related news, Turn 10 has announced that the Forza 4 demo is available to xBox Live Gold members beginning today. Enjoy!

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