Summary: Need For Speed series is much better for the buck. Vehicle control is exaggerated, over-emphasized. One would have more fun designing their vehicle than actually racing. I guess this would be okay for a child.
Summary: Instead of Horizon, this should have been called, "Forza: The Poor Attempt to Be Need For Speed." Good things: Only one. The scenery is beautiful. But it's not enough. It never really changes enough, and after five minutes you feel like you've seen just about all there is to see.
Summary: Horizon is alot of fun, but it should have been a $30 downloadable add-on rather than marketed as a full game. It feels far more like a Need for Speed title than anything close to a previous Forza.
Summary: I'm not really sure why, but this game would not play very well on my original Xbox 360. It freezes in the middle of the very first race, before the game really starts. I have to hard reset the whole system every time to get it unfrozen.
Great balance of simulation and arcade racing, flawed by F2P cash grabs
9 November 2012
Summary: Ill start out the review by saying they did a great mix of simulation and arcade racing to get a nice balance. You can purchase upgrades for your vehicle and the vehicle class system from the previous Forzas makes a return, but they removed the ability to fine tune the parts like the transmission,...
Summary: The Forza series of racers has developed a great reputation for solid physics, accurate driving experiences, and good (if not great) AI opponents. Forza Motorsports 4 is probably the premier racing game for this generation of consoles.
Summary: Not the product assured, it is in fact a bundle copy so not legit. The game is great but I installed it and it died - so the copy is faulty. Uninstalling the game fixed the issue but now I have to suffer longer load times loading from the disc every time!