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Submitted by splinter 703d ago | review

Forza Horizon review - The X Button

The X Button writes: "There are a number of complaints that you could level at the Forza franchise - none of them big enough to detract from it's stellar, pure racing mechanics, but complaints nonetheless. Chief amongst them might be that's it's just a bit too barren, a bit too stale, a bit too devoid of personality. Forza Horizon does an admirable job of addressing this complaint. It sometimes goes too far the other way, but hey, at least they tried. Oh, and it also just happens to be pretty much the best open-world racer we've ever played. " (Forza Horizon, Xbox 360) 10/10

rbailey  +   703d ago
Great review. I can't wait to pick this up next week during Black Friday.
ironwolf  +   703d ago
Love this game. I just hope they release some map packs, I've run out of roads to explore.

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