D+PAD: Forza Motorsport 3 Reviewed

You have to admire the enduring popularity of the racing genre. From the earliest beginnings of videogame entertainment, driving games have been omnipresent in the evolution of the medium. As it turns out, they tend to be a rather accurate yardstick when it comes to analysing the more technical accomplishments of modern gaming, and it's always interesting to see what grand new innovation is coming next – from the open world styling of premier smash-em-up Burnout Paradise to using the race track as a weapon in Black Rock Studio's upcoming Split/Second, developers are pushing the envelope harder than ever in an effort to achieve success in the market.

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JOLLY13276d ago

That was a weird little jab at the end of that review..