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: I love simulators and this is a pretty good one, but it takes too long to move along with this game. I often have to reset my driving attempts and the lag between the retry and actually starting off again takes too long and I have found myself falling asleep at times. JK but it is bad.
Summary: I put in at least 50 hours of racing before I started over from scratch. Why? First of all, this is a great game, but this being the first time I've ever owned a racing game (no Gran Turismo or anything else), combined with a very slim "manual" for Forza 3, I didn't understand everything that was...
Excellent game, but can become boring for the casual player
K. Hook, Amazon
6 July 2011
Summary: First let me start by saying this is a phenomenal game. Amazing graphics, excellent customization options, and the sheer number of race-able cars put this game ahead of almost any other racing simulator out there.
Summary: I'm one of those guys that likes racing game but has ADD and get tired of racing the same tracks & cars over & over again. It's a huge issue with me & I end up putting down the controller & tucking the game away never to be brought out into the light again after a few days of hardcore driving.
Summary: Forza was a great game. Forza 2 was a good one that should have been great. It had amazing graphics and physics, no arguing against that. But it made the same mistake Ferrari F355 Challenge on the Dreamcast did. It was too dang hard.
Summary: An excellant racing simulator, the driving physics are spot on. The graphics are first-rate and would look even better if I had an HDTV. It still looks superb on my CRT. I also purchased the Prima guide for this game and it really helps with tuning and painting.