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Submitted by Limit760 657d ago | review

Forza Horizon Review | New England Gamer

Brett writes - "There seems to be a fine line between the racing genre these days. On one side you have super realistic games with the finest details all the way down to the locks on the doors of the cars while racing in sport events. The other is extremely opposite with cars getting in ridiculous police chases, doing front flips for style points, and in a lot of cases even fire weapons. It’s kind of the same thing for car people. You have “car people” and then you have car people. The latter will obviously flock to the first type of game. They order special racing sport channels and can’t live without knowing every fine detail of every car. Then there’s people like me, “car people.” Honestly we just like to watch a lot of Top Gear and read the Autoblog. Forza Horizon combines the best of both worlds and that’s probably why I like it so much." (Forza Horizon, Xbox 360) 90/100

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