An excellent game that continues the Forza tradition
Amazon Customer "Profdl", Amazon
14 February 2015
Summary: An excellent game that continues the Forza tradition. It is a terrific race simulator with levels, races and options that seem to never end and will keep both casual (me) and serious gamers engaged.
Summary: The graphics are excellant, the driving is realistic, and there are many car options and ways to customize your vehicle. However, the damage during races is a bit unrealistic and I don't like that you have to select your racing vehicle before you are able to see the race course.
Summary: Forza 3 is a good game. It looks good, the control is tight and responsive. I only wish there were more multiplayer modes other than traditional racing. There are various tag variants and team-based races, but a cone challenge (like in Project Gotham games) or other non-traditional races would have...
Summary: The game comes in two discs, one is the game, the other an installation disc for the rest of the car lineup and other details. The good: There's very deep paint job editor which allows to save your work for a single car or for multiple cars. Buy a car of any color available from the manufacturer.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I am an avid racing fan. I played quite a bit of Forza 2 and have been anxiously waiting the arrival of Forza 3. Firing up this game the first thing you will discover is that to get all the benefit of the game you MUST have a hard drive.
Summary: This is definitely more accessible to casual gamers than Forza 2. I'm into more serious racing games (Gran Turismo 2 is my favorite), and the only downfall to this game is the lack of variety in the tracks. There's plenty of variety in the cars though.
Summary: You always want more from a race game: more cars, more tracks, features etc. But all in all I believe it's the best racing sim for a console system out there. I have a lot of fun. You have career mode and online racing against people as well.