The Forza Motorsport series has had its fair share of ups and downs. The original was a revolutionary racing sim that raised the bar in many ways. It pioneered decal creation in racers and delivered a massive car selection that wasn’t quite on par with Gran Turismo in terms of quantity, but offered up a higher-quality racing experience. AI racers were more aggressive and a drivatar system enabled the game to learn how you raced and basically auto-race for you to aid in completing the campaign. It also featured the best-looking graphics for a racing sim at that time and made people salivate at the possibilities of the franchise on the 360.