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Forza Motorsport 2 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
132 customer reviews
Metascore: 90 / 100
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  • Lap the competition with truly next-generation features
  • Experience uncompromising physics simulation
  • Master real-world tracks from around the globe
  • Collect, upgrade and tune hundreds of cars
  • Create and share your masterpiece with the world
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Forza Motorsport 2, the sequel to Microsoft Game Studios' award-winning, fully customizable driving simulator Forza Motorsport, speeds its way onto Xbox 360 this holiday. With authentic simulation physics, bone-jarring damage, photo-realistic graphics, and licensed tuning and customization options, the franchise improves on the unprecedented features gamers enjoyed in its debut installment. Loaded with more than 300 of the world's hottest cars for you to collect, personalize and tune, Forza Motorsport 2 gives you a complete racing experience.

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  • ASIN: B000FRVCAA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 29, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,285 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Low-Ranking Reviewer on June 14, 2007
If you're looking for a great racing sim along the lines of the Gran Turismo series, with the in-depth customization aspects of your car's appearance found in the NFS: Underground series, and the online options of the PGR series...then Forza 2 comes highly recommended. It really is a nice combo of those games(ironically, i don't know how well it compares with its direct sibling Forza 1 cause i never played it).

Anyway, the graphics are quite good and more importantly the framerates are 60fps-smooth, which are very important for racing games(esp racers where you drive in a pack). The customization options are extensive and it has been amazing going to websites and seeing what everyone has accomplished by using these comprehensive tools to enhance their cars visually. By itself, this aspect of the game could keep you busy for hrs on end at a time (esp if you have an artistic touch). As for the racing, it's easy to get into as it allows you to customize the difficulty level at anytime during the game which makes it a more pick-up-and-play game than most other racing sims i would think. You can make the game as challenging or as easy as you want, but either way you can earn/access stuff pretty quickly.

Overall, i'm not much into the "GT vs PGR vs Forza" wars or "PS3 vs 360" battle, but if you enjoy racing sims(esp with all the options mentioned above and more) then i highly recommend you at least give Forza 2 a shot. It might not make you forget about all other racing sims, but it will definitely keep you busy in the long haul. All i know is i bought it, playing it quite a bit, and enjoying it quite a lot. (4 1/2 stars)
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Paul Mosier VINE VOICE on August 31, 2007
Being the only simulation racing game on the Xbox 360 and the closest thing to GT4 since 2004 it is going to be difficult to compare this game to anything currently played. Because of this I will compare it to the game it is quite obviously trying to steal fans from. Forza 2 is unique from any other racing game currently on the 360 simply because it is well executed. It has most of the features of GT4 and none of the problems that franchise had.

The actual racing is very simplistic in its approach. Making the car drive how you want it to is not, especially at the higher levels. At the beginning you can win without tuning the car hardly at all. Go and drive fast and you'll most likely win...on the standard difficulty setting. The difficulty setting unlike the driving is fairly complex and adds another dimension to the game. One is able to toggle on and off the traction control, ABS system and active stability management. Difficulty of the opponents is adjustable three ways. Also available is a suggested driving line which tells when to brake, let off the brake or hit the accelerator. This is adjustable as well. I really like this feature because it really eases you into the racing instead of making you take those ridiculous license tests from GT. Everyone remembers these; they are frustrating and time consuming. What prevents you from getting to the higher level races in Forza is your driver level which you level up by winning the purses from the races.

The graphics in Forza 2 are average at best. The cars look very dimensionally correct but everything just has that game feel to it. Not once would you confuse this for reality. In fact I'd say it is only about one step up from GT4 in graphics.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By R.M.F. on June 3, 2007
Up until this point, I had always considered Gran Turismo the best racing game on the market. Forza 2 has taken the crown.

There are alot of features I like about this game, I'll limit them to five:

- Simple controls

- Damage system (something Gran Turismo has never had)

- Brilliant UI

- Online features (career, auction house, car gifting)

- Car customization

Currently, I only have two minor issues with the game. One, it's pretty easy to upgrade your car to A Class or S Class after a few races while the computer continues to race D/C Classes. The other issue is that the tracks themselves are a little bland (of course, this is a tradeoff in order to create highly detailed car models and run at 60 fps).

Buy this game. Then buy a GTI and upgrade it to 700HP. Good stuff.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chewy5431 on February 18, 2008
...But it helps. First off this is the best racing game on the market to date. If you're like me and you thoroughly enjoyed Gran Turismo 3 and were thoroughly disappointed by GT 4, this is the game GT 4 should have been. As soon as I popped this into my disc tray I couldn't stop playing it until I had finished Career mode. Upon completion of Career mode I thought I was done and put this game on the shelf. When I popped it back in a few months later I discovered online racing and the online auction house.

Online racing: this is the game's forte. You can always outsmart the in game AI, but racing other people online is a true challenge. If you REALLY want to be put to shame, then sign up for an online tournament. If you thought you were a good driver, this will show you that there is always someone better. Also check out the online leader boards for each class and each track. If you want to work your way to the top this has replay-ability written all over it.

Modifications and tuning: this is where an engineering degree can be useful. This game is all about balance. If your car has more horsepower than it can handle you'll just smoke your tires and not be able to brake and corner. If you focus solely on suspension and brakes you'll get passed in the straights. Then comes the tuning: this is where the engineering degree comes in handy. You can spend HOURS tuning your car. Forza 2 really rewards those who spend a lot of time tuning. Make one small adjustment, and then run several laps to see how it affects your time.

Damage: this is what sets it apart from the crowd. This really forces you to drive just like in real life.
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