Review Forza Horizon |

Force Review Horizon
A new racing game on the horizon.
Xbox 360 version tested.

What they have in common the Forza Motorsport series, Test Drive Unlimited, Burnout Paradise and Need For Speed ​​Hot Pursuit? Apart from the cars that dream you can fly, nothing gameplay very different driving style, ranging from accurate simulation all'arcade more carefree and rattler.

So it was that one day, Turn 10 decided to take under his wing some of the most talented programmers racing game from a variety of software house known to fans of racing games. We're talking about the likes of Codemasters SH, Evolution Studios and Bizarre Creations. From these brilliant minds was born Playground Games team, which together with Turn 10 has decided to develop a spin-off series Forza Motorsport mixing elements that characterized the games mentioned at the beginning of this article. So we welcome Forza Horizon.

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ironwolf2160d ago

Mine was delivered by Amazon on release day. I installed it on the hard-drive, bought the season pass, and brought the game up for a test run.
After getting it set up to run with my Fanatec wheel and pedals, and turning off all the driving aids, it proved to be an immensely enjoyable game. I personally think the music sucks pond water (that can be taken care of by turning it off or playing your own play list). The scenery is fantastic, the roads are interesting to explore, and the day night cycle is wonderfully done. With the driving aids off and the wheel settings properly dialed in, the Forza 4 based physics really shine, making the act of simply driving around feel far superior to the experience provided by the Test Drive Unlimited games.
The racing is enjoyable as well. The AI seems to be about as adept as that in Forza 4 (time will tell if this is true all through the game) and the fact that the racing is not taking place on a track and you often have to deal with random traffic, brings a completely different feeling of exhilaration from what you feel in a track based game.
So far, this game has to get a two thumbs up. Time will tell if the score needs to be adjusted, but for the time being, I would definitely award 100 points for brilliantly pulling off what many people have been ignorantly claiming to be impossible.