Summary: Forza never disappoints with their games. Each one gets better than the last one. Forza 4 is a classic simulation racing game to improve your knowledge of auto parts and specifications. You can customize each part, down to the gear ratios. Graphics are above average.
Summary: Fun race game with a wide range of cars. Similar to Gran Tourismo. The graphics are very realistic looking. There are numerous settings to make the game harder/easier, with the computer even braking for you on the easy settings.
Really fun though when you get used to the controls of ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 February 2016
Summary: This game was hard to get used to. Its controls get funky if you burn out in any way, and it happens a lot when you first start. Really fun though when you get used to the controls of the game.
Summary: My only real gripe with this game is the physics engine is still a hair off from where it should be. Real life counterparts are faster than their in game counterparts, I don't know if the testers for the cars in Forza ever got to study some of the current race cars and super cars alikes hero laps.
One of the best examples of a game with mass appeal that still retains its hardcore-ness.
19 December 2011
Summary: Forza 4 is one of the best examples I've ever seen of a game that literally anyone can play. If you're someone who's never played a videogame before in your life? You can play it on rails with a Kinect sensor and just have some fun.
Summary: Forza Motorsport 4 Having maxed out my profile to level 50 in Forza 3, I was pleasantly surprised to see Forza 4 recognized this and gave me some goodies like free gift cars and 60,000 credits.