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Forza Horizon is a little bit different than previous entries in the franchise designed for the obsessive compulsive car collector, the biggest being that there is now an open world to explore.
Join Andrew Reiner and Forza Horizons' reviewer, Matthew Kato, as he explains in great detail what makes Horizon a different Forza experience, without straying too far from what fans love about the driving simulator.
Forza Horizon releases October 23, but our review is already online which you can check out by heading here.
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Huh, Replay and Test Chamber on the same day. Wynaut?
Eh. Not big on racing games.
Im not buying another racing game until NEED FOR SPEED: UNDERGROUND 3
I tried the demo, I liked it a lot, I have a limited edition pre-ordered and I can't friggin' wait. I've played Forza 4, too, and if you liked it, you will like this, trust me. Better yet, try that demo!
I haven't seen an Ascari in a while.
This just seems too much like Burnout Paradise.
IDK something about this does not seem to do the game justice. It seems like the game would be good better than average but watching someone else play it is not very appealing. I will still buy it once I am done with BL2, X-com and Dishonored.
I don't like the idea of open world racing games. I would much rather play a game like GTA where I can take full advantage of the world by walking around and interacting with everything. I'll stick with Forza 4 for my racing purposes.