Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Forza Horizon 3: Star of the Goliath

Behind closed doors, this Centenario is going to have the sweet spots it deserves as well as its looks just to rise for the occasion. Take a guess, folks. I'm sure the Centenario I'm working for is well-trimmed for a very special occasion. So, what's it going to be for the Centenario?



Right here...







Surprised? There is a main explanation to that. You see, both the Forza franchise and THE IDOLM@STER franchise were launched in 2005. Their latest offerings such as this, Forza Horizon 3, and THE IDOLM@STER Platinum Stars came out in the year 2016 and what better way to honor such installments is by decorating the FH3 star car into something Platinum Stars-inspired and here is the finishing result you see fit.



With the 765PRO ALLSTARS-inspired Centenario in place, there's one thing I should do with this special kind of Centenario I made it myself and for that, the Centenario is preparing for the ultimate challenge yet as it will take on the Goliath Circuit which covers all four routes from Byron Bay, Yarra Valley, the Outback, and Surfers Paradise. That's like the whole New South Wales, Act, and Victoria combined to create the ultimate festival event ever dared to take on.

A select number of cars can reach the maximum class and the Centenario is one of them. With the car set to the maximum class, a class only attainable for some of the cars upgraded to the max and to handle such power, you need some bravery to handle that kind of power and for a ultra fast car set in an ultra long circuit event, you need to man up to take on the ultimate challenge.

Sadly, my filming equipment can only take ten minutes of footage and for a track this big, it's impossible to film such unless you have a powerful vehicle that can eclipse the Goliath Circuit's near-impossible sub-10 minute mark. Even in max class, the Centenario is not one of them so I have a plan to make sure this footage goes smoothly enough to savor the occasion.

Without further ado, get ready to witness the birth of a star in the face of Goliath.



At last, a star is born and it happened right here in Horizon Australia!


So, I managed to conquer a mammoth of a circuit event but this is not the best time to rest in our laurels because even with the Goliath Circuit conquered, there's still plenty of leftovers to deal with from all corners of the Land Down Under. I maybe the star who dominated the Goliath Circuit but the journey is only the beginning because no matter how many events you conquered, there's still time and place to revisit some old events if you want to practice your skills when the opportunity arises.

Looks like I want to stay here just a little while longer because Australia is...kinda feels like home to me but which Australia?

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