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In-depth Review: Forza Horizon - Electronic Theatre

Developed by Playground Games, Forza Horizon is a Forza videogame in name only. It’s clearly a case of developing to an already established audience rather than taking a risk on brand new intellectual properties (IP) this late in the console lifecycle (though one must wonder why Microsoft Studios choseElectronic Theatre Image Forza over Project Gotham Racing, which would arguably have been a more suitable franchise to brand this videogame with), but even then Forza Horizon provides enough visual clout, clever ideas and heart pounding gameplay to warrant commercial success whatever name graced the front cover. (Forza Horizon, Xbox 360) 87/100

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