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Forza Horizon 2 for Xbox One

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  • Race through a massive wide-open world featuring dramatic weather and day-tonight cycles. Instantly connect with friends in the ultimate celebration of speed, style, and action-packed driving. Explore beautiful and exotic locations in more than 200 of the world's greatest cars, all created with precise detail in stunning 1080p.

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Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Day One

Race through a massive wide-open world featuring dramatic weather and day-tonight cycles. Instantly connect with friends in the ultimate celebration of speed, style, and action-packed driving. Explore beautiful and exotic locations in more than 200 of the world's greatest cars, all created with precise detail in stunning 1080p.

Explore a Massive, Living Open World - A world of beauty and freedom awaits.

  • The next evolution of the best-in-class Forza graphics engine delivers full day and night cycle with spectacular weather, lighting, and visual effects.
  • An epic road trip career mode adapts to your car choices with hundreds of events across a beautiful and diverse European landscape.
  • However you like to play, there is an endless variety of free-roam driving fun. Whether you're racing, hunting hidden treasures like exotic barn find cars, or showing off your customized rides at car meet locations spread across the world, the choice is yours.

Action-Packed Driving - Take risks and earn rewards for showing off your driving skills and style.

  • Smash through fences onto back country dirt trails, plow though fields of crops and dense forests, and discover new shortcuts on your thrilling, high-speed adventures.
  • Race against aircraft and trains in thrilling Showcase events.
  • Make your name at the Horizon Festival. Whether you're racing in traffic, catching huge air, or racking up skill points and combos with awesome stunts, your legacy begins here.

Instantly Connect with Friends - Only on Xbox One.

  • Jump between solo and online play instantly. No lobbies, no waiting.
  • Join friends online and free roam together, compete in races and team modes, or take part in fun co-op Bucket List challenges.
  • Join or create your own Car Club of up to 1000 members to expand your network of friends and rule the leaderboards.
  • In solo play, Drivatar technology fills your world with your friends even when they aren't online.

Your Ultimate Car Fantasy - Drive more than 200 of the world's greatest cars.

  • A diverse collection of amazing vehicles ranging from extreme off-roaders to modern supercars, classic muscle, and much more.
  • Every car and truck is recreated in obsessive detail, with full cockpit views, including functional windshield wipers, working headlights, and authentic interiors.

The Horizon Festival invites you to join its celebration of cars, music, freedom, and fun on the world's greatest roads. Get ready for the road trip of your life!


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Platform:Xbox One  |  Edition:Day One
ASIN B00KSR396C
Release date September 30, 2014
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4.7 out of 5 stars 211 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
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By Joseph Sayre on September 30, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Day One
!-Note this review is long, The last paragraph is a summary of all i've stated, Enjoy.-!

When someone asks me about Forza Horizon I'm overjoyed and apprehensive all at once. On one hand, I think it was a very fun game, a game I thoroughly enjoyed, the graphics, map, car selection and driving were all engaging, dare I say fun. It was all spoiled a bit by the monetization (seriously, pay to unlock where the barn finds and signs were?), the rather annoying trope of all racer guys being annoying rich bratty people that are generally irritating, and the rather small list actual cars to drive in comparison to Forza 4 at the time, and the inability to tune them. Of course, for a new IP, it was exceptional. Graphically speaking, somebody managed to perform witchcraft to make it look as good as it did, and the gameplay sort of just made itself fun on it's own. As in Forza 4, each car felt unique due to the import of the forza 4 engine for the physics, and this made playing fun on its own before you began challenges, races and exploration. It was a nice package. So how is FH2? Well, it'd be hard to mess up, remove what the public disliked and give us more of what we did like. Did playground games listen? Surprisingly, in this weird 1 in a million chance, they actually did.

From the get go with the countdown, you know this game is different, the countdown scene is eerie to me, it's like this disconnect from the game, and it feels out of place, yet, it somehow gives you this idea of what this is about, The imagery used, the way she's talking, trancelike, serious, very dreamlike. Horizon 2 then injects you into its world via the Lamborghini Huracan, The replacement for the Gallardo, and you're off to the festival.
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Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Day One
As I've said in the past, I'm by no means a core racing fan (Mario Cart counts right?), I've played the occasional Forza and Gran Turismo game in the past but traditional circuit racers have never really caught my attention long term. I'd been hearing good things about this game for a while and I certainly had my doubts, but after playing the recent demo on XBL (which was excellent by the way) I readily admit this is a dang fun game! It helps that the game is beautifully rendered with lots of pretty colors and expansive vistas, as well the sounds and visuals are all top notch. There's also a pretty good selection of in-game music to pick from.

Racing along cliff sides or tearing through a vineyard is good clean fun; personally, the best feature for me is finding short cuts or new ways to navigate the existing maps. Not being limited to just the road is an excellent change of pace. Making a daring cut through rough terrain is a risky move in some instances, but most often you'll be thrust full force into unfamiliar terrain. For those looking for a more hardcore racing experience you'll be happy to note there are a mass of options to tweak not just the settings and difficulties but also the way is which the car drives (very expansive with many options - too complicated for me). At a glance the game can be tuned to be very sim-like and I don't think most motor heads will be disappointed. Admittedly I'm pretty terrible at the game but the softer difficulties are still very fun albeit with a strong arcade feel once the difficulties are tuned way down (which isn't necessarily a bad thing).

There's a wealth of micro events and challenges to keep you entertained and a variety of non-standard races (i.e. racing hot air balloons and jets - somehow it works and is awesome).
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Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Day One Verified Purchase
This game is pure racing fun. Nothing feels better than being able to take a Ferrari off-road just to see what will happen. The open world aspect of the game also means there is plenty to do to keep you busy as you race through Horizon. There is never a dull moment in this game and as someone who does not play racing games very often I can easily say this: All the extremes of a need for speed game, but with the perfect controls of a Forza game. This is one of the best racing games of the year. If you're looking to have fun for hours driving hundreds of different cars, this is the game for you!
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Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Day One
Update (10/3/14): My original review was about five hours into the game. I've now played close to 20 hours. There are several things that have come up that I wanted to share.

1) I love how different cars handle on different surfaces. I was driving an upgraded Audi TT and that thing was so difficult to drive off-road, hated any races that required me to leave the street! I then bought a Lancia Stratos (have loved this car since Forza Motorsport 4). The Stratos is AMAZING off-road. This thing is an absolute blast! Every moment I can, I take detours through the forests. Most cars are pretty easy to handle on the road, but I love that once you take a shortcut, you better hope your car was made for it!

2) The bucket lists are pretty fun, not amazing. Every now and then you'll do one that puts a huge smile on your face. I recently did the one with the Lancia Delta (pretty sure it was the Delta), where it was night time and you had to cut through a forest to get to a checkpoint in time. This race was pretty difficult, took me a few tries, but WOW was it intense and exciting! There have been a couple of bucket lists like that, so I'm glad they're in the game.

3) I really like the physics in this game. Of course its not a full on sim like FM5, but it sure is close when you use a wheel with sim steering. I'm glad that they added a small arcade feel to it, keeps the game fun and exciting, instead of having to use X to rewind every time you came into a turn slightly fast and messed up your lap time by a second or push the gas a little too hard causing a spin out.

4) Slow credits. That's one of the painful things about this game. Its taking me a really long time to save up credits to buy some of the more expensive cars.
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