If you enjoy driving Porsches in any video games other than Shift or Need for Speed, don't get used to it. Electronic Arts, which makes Shift and NFS, has decided to play a bit dirty in an effort to take from sales away from other, bigger video game franchises. Turn 10, the makers of the Forza games, found this out the hard way when they were forced to drop plans for 35 Porsche
models to appear in the upcoming Forza Motorsport
4, due out October 11th.