Summary: When my step-brother moved out about a year ago, he left behind two games. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (for the original Xbox) and Forza Motorsport 3. He is a really cool guy, and I missed him. But these two games kept me occupied when he left. I've never been really into racing games. When I first got my Xbox 360, I played Project Gotham Racing 3 and Test Drive Unlimited. For recreational use, these games were okay.
Summary: Forza Motorsport 3 is a great driving simulator, with many diverse cars and tracks. This is the first in the franchise I've played, and it kept me entertained for a long time. But, after a while, the fun dies down. That's because, while there is loads of content, it basically gives you faster cars, but on the same old tracks. I would've rather had more tracks and less cars to choose from.
Summary: Very realistic driving/racing game. a bit TOO realistic at some points. thats my only complaint. excellent graphics. excellent cars, wide variety and selection of ars, from classes D,C,B,A,S,U,R1,R2,R3, and R4. A lot of customization, with carparts tuning etc. Sometimes the turns can get a bit frustrating, u brake at the right point but the car drifts into the side of the track anyways. Can turn your lead into 8th PLACE. overall a great game though.
Summary: I love cars. I'm not quite old enough to have one, but through racing games I fell in love with them. The only racing games I ever got was PGR 4, and GT5. This was a new one. I heard it was easy, and ver customizable. I'm relativly good at racing games, so I wanted it to be easy so I could get good cars. For the first few weeks, I belived this was the greatest game on the planet, but eventually, it goes down.
Summary: We've all seen these types of games before, right? The high-speed races, the sweet curves, and everything like that. There isn't much more that Forza has more to offer, but what it does may make up for the downsides. The graphics are some of the best I have seen, and the rewind feature has helped me many, many times. Although you may lack the features that other games have, like police car chases and open world maps, this may be a game worth picking up.
Good tracks, good cars, so so controls, too much DLC
2 June 2010
Summary: I'm a fan of the Forza series, but I have to admit I'm a little disappointed in Turn 10 this time around. The new tracks are good, Amalfi is a huge challenge, and Fujimi Kaido will definitely appeal to all of the drifters. While I like the idea of now having a clutch, I hate that they have reversed the shift control on the thumbstick. Shifting up through the gears should naturally be an upward motion, but instead it's down and vice versa for down shifting.
Summary: The graphics quality is the best i have seen in a video games. The details of the cars are great, can't wait to get it and start racing!The tracks are abundant and the car selection is mind blowing to be honest. The gaming content is great and the whole interface is easy to navigate and comprehend. The development team has done an awesome job with this game.
Summary: Purchased from Seller: halo3forza3 Received as advertised and within 3 days of ordering. Brand New (never opened) with game manuals/instructions. The games are great and it was cool that the bonus disks were there too. I shopped everywhere, even Ebay and this company is selling it for $31.00 on ebay. Go to ebay and see their ad and how many they have sold for $3.00 more than the selling price on Amazon.
Summary: The game has far exceeded my expectations. The gameplay is excellent and holds up to the Forza reputation. The choice of cars is excellent. The tracks are expanded but I was hoping for a few more. The only quirk I am having is keeping a consistent connection with the Forza server but that my just be me.