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Forza Horizon - Xbox 360

by Microsoft
Xbox 360
Teen
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews) 13 answered questions 85 / 100

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  • COMPETITION MEETS CULTURE: rivalries and leaderboards baked into the world, online playground games like "cat&mouse" or "tag", never made more sense, and set in an automotive music festival, find multiple radio stations curated by Rob da Bank (BBC One DJ and festival promoter).
  • FREEDOM OF THE OPEN ROAD: race on some of the best driving roads in the world including pavement and dirt, explore reimagined Colorado with broad environmental diversity - red rocks, aspen reservoir, and small towns, and discover hidden challenges and collectables like barn finds.
  • THIS IS ACTION RACING: smash through fences and picnic tables or drift through civilian traffic at high speeds to gain fame, race against planes and helicopters in showcase challenges, and race at night with full 24hr light cycle for the first time in the Forza franchise.

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Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B0050SYDEQ
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 23, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #563 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Coming this fall for Xbox 360, Forza Horizon combines the automotive thrills that Forza fans expect with a gorgeous open-road world that begs to be explored.

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Forza Horizon is where cars belong
Speed, style and freedom on the open road
Forza Horizon is an action-racing game with authentic Forza feel, set on the open roads of Colorado with a lively music festival backdrop.

Key Features:

This is action racing
• Visceral, moment to moment gameplay with Forza authenticity, attention to detail and quality.
• Smash through fences and picnic tables or drift through civilian traffic at high speeds to gain fame.
• Race against planes and helicopters in showcase challenges.
• Race at night with full 24hr light cycle for the first time in the Forza franchise.

Freedom of the open road
• Race on some of the best driving roads in the world including pavement and dirt.
• Explore reimagined Colorado with broad environmental diversity – red rocks, aspen reservoir, and small towns.
• Discover hidden challenges and collectables like barn finds.

Competition meets culture
• Set in an automotive music festival, find multiple radio stations curated by Rob da Bank (BBC One DJ and festival promoter).
• Online playground games like “cat&mouse” or “tag”, never made more sense.
• Rivalries and leaderboards baked into the world.

Xbox LIVE Support:
• Season Pass
• Add-on Packs
• 2-8 player multiplayer
• Rivals Modes and Events

Kinect for Xbox 360 Functionality:
• Never leave the open road environment using voice activated GPS


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138 of 165 people found the following review helpful
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ill start out the review by saying they did a great mix of simulation and arcade racing to get a nice balance. You can purchase upgrades for your vehicle and the vehicle class system from the previous Forzas makes a return, but they removed the ability to fine tune the parts like the transmission, psi of tires etc. (unless Im just totally missing something, someone correct me if Im wrong)

There are less vehicles than in the previous Forzas and car damage seems to be lower and this time only cosmetic, but theres still a fair amount to choose from including Ferrari and Lamborghini.

The soundtrack is surprisingly not bad either with a lot of decent tracks added in.

The graphics arent bad, though not up to Forza 4 quality. However the environments are large and varied which is nice.

So why the two star review? The big complaint I have about this game is the horrible cash grab this game has turned into.

You pay $60 for the game itself, then they ask $50 additional for a season pack for more cars. The advertising is starting to get a little obnoxious too. Every time you get in game achievements you get a popup with a sponsor like Adidas or Oakley with their logo at the bottom showing your progress. Not only that, they added the token system where if you dont have enough money to buy in game cars, you can use real money to get them instead. You can also spend real money to uncover the map to find secret locations. This is such a horrible idea and a slap in the face to customers. Instead of doing races to build up your money it just makes you feel like youre wasting your time because you can just use real money and get what you wanted much faster.

Maybe you could get away with this garbage if you released this as a $10 Xbox Live Arcade game, but not a $60 release.

Shame on you Microsoft.
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64 of 77 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If Forza and Dirt had a baby... October 23, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've got to play almost 3 hours of Forza Horizon so far. Initial thoughts are that it feels like a blend of Dirt and Forza series in one. The menu's resemble Dirt, and the feel of the cars is a blend of both simulation and Dirt-like arcade feel. I love the handling, but it's definitely not 100% realistic. It is very easy to drift cars and that makes it a blast to drive. In real life, it's much more difficult than that. Unless you're drifting AWD in snow, that's easy! I've turned off all assists, and in doing so have doubled my winnings per event from the bonus you get for turning off assists and other difficulty settings.

All the upgrades are still there, the liveries, etc. The open-world is pretty awesome, but not even close to as big as I was expecting it to be. A good 2 hours of my playtime was spent driving around exploring, and I've already covered a little over half the roads in the game. If I hadn't of stopped so frequently for participating in the minor tasks I probably could have driven every road already.

The awesome part of this game is that it doesn't take long to get into some good cars, unlike most racers. You can choose between an '11 STi and an Evo X within the first 20-30 minutes of play. You have to choose one for an offroad race event early on. I chose the STi, as I owned an 08 WRX until recently, and loved it. I left it stock for the first hour of play. It sounds just like a Subie should! I found a golf course fairly quickly and proceeded to 2nd gear drifting all over that place for a couple minutes. Man that was fun! There are key areas all over the map where you can find good spots just to have fun drifting. There's also plenty of dirt-road sections to have fun on. The developers did a great job of making these surfaces believable.
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33 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What NFS should've evolved to October 26, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When I first heard about Forza Horizon, I thought the game was taking the wrong direction. The new Need for Speed: Most Wanted is basically Burnout Paradise 2, and I thought Forza Horizon was Turn 10's take on trying to be more Need for Speed to attract people my age (I'm 21), but aren't necessarily gearheads. Little did I know, it's basically a free-roam version of a Forza title, but less simulation. The release of the demo a few weeks before the game's released made me very excited to play the full title. Luckily for me, a local Meijer had copies of the game ready to go at midnight, so a short walk led me to having a copy of the game in my hands.

TL;DR version: I LOVE THIS GAME!!! If you like Need for Speed-ish games, but want something more realistic, grab it. Don't even think twice about it. If you're a die-hard Forza fan, play the demo first. If you're curious, again, play the demo first.

Forza Horizon is based on the fictitious Horizon festival in Colorado. The Horizon festival centers around a rave theme, which is appropriate considering that EDM has taken off in the States. Along with the theme comes the race events, which you'll take part in, with the goal of working your way through the ranks to take down the three-time champion, Darius Flynt. It reminds you of a friendlier version of the original Need for Speed: Most Wanted, since, although you are racing in the streets, the game does not center around illicit street-racing. However, there is an option to engage in illicit street races, and they also carry a hefty pot if you just so happen to win one.

From the beginning of the game, you're introduced to Scott Tyler, one of the three DJ's for Horizon's three radio stations.
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