Forza 2 delivers on nearly every aspect you'd want in a Forza sequel. It drives incredibly, it's wonderfully presented, and it's rich with modes and features.
The Good: A phenomenal driving model that's appealing to both beginners and experts; races just feel right, from the great car physics to the top-notch opponent artificial intelligence; framerate consistently holds steady at a brisk 60 frames per second; tons of cars to buy and modes to race them in; customization is ridiculously deep.
The Bad: Racing sound effects aren't as varied as they could be; could have used a few more tracks.
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