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Forza Motorsport 4 - Xbox 360

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  • Genre-defining.
  • Controller-based racing.
  • The power and freedom of Kinect.
  • Content from leading brands like Top Gear to create an automotive experience unlike anything before it.

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Product Description

Forza Motorsport, the highest rated racing franchise of this generation, makes its return to the race track in Fall 2011 with Forza Motorsport 4.

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Forza Motorsport, the highest rated racing franchise of this generation, makes its return to the race track in Fall 2011 with Forza Motorsport 4. The definitive racing game of 2011, Forza Motorsport 4 brings together genre-defining, controller-based racing, the power and freedom of Kinect, and content from leading brands like Top Gear to create an automotive experience unlike anything before it.

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Forza Motorsport 4 takes innovative leaps forward in the racing genre, delivering stunningly beautiful graphics, a robust variety of cars, tracks and challenges with ground-breaking social interaction all while allowing players to revel in their car passion like never before thanks to the power of Kinect.

Get a head start on the competition with "Profile Import":

  • Autovista: Explore some of the world’s greatest cars in the virtual showroom of your dreams. Step inside the cockpit or listen to Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson give his unique take on this unique collection of automobiles.
  • Rivals Mode: Brand new for Forza 4, Rivals Mode allows players to test their driving skills online against players from all over the world in a variety of automotive challenges. Challenge against friends and strangers alike, on a schedule that works for you.
  • Car Clubs: Car clubs let Forza fans band together around a shared passion for cars. Create your club, share cars in the club garage, and work together to move your team to the top of the leaderboard.
  • 16-player online racing: More cars online means more wheel-to-wheel action than ever before. Circuit racing, car soccer, cat and mouse, and so much more—this is the biggest and best Forza online experience yet.
  • Kinect integration: Look into the corners with Kinect-powered head-tracking or explore elite supercars in Autovista mode. Kinect in Forza 4 helps you experience cars in an entirely new way.

  • For those who have invested tireless hours in "Forza Motorsport 3", Turn 10 Studios is pleased to announce a unique "Forza Motorsport 4" feature called Profile Import, which rewards fans for their time. Based on your player level and the cars in your garage in "Forza Motorsport 3", gift cars will be automatically added to your "Forza Motorsport 4" garage and you'll also receive bonus gifts and credits. And for those who spent hours creating intricate layers and liveries in the "Forza Motorsport 3" Livery Editor, you will be able to import those layers, so your time isn't lost!


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    Edition:Standard
    ASIN B003O6E986
    Release date October 11, 2011
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    4.5 out of 5 stars 723 customer reviews

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    Best Sellers Rank #687 in videogames
    #31 in Video Games > Xbox 360 > Games
    Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
    Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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    By Joseph Sayre on October 11, 2011
    Edition: Standard
    Finally, the game is out. The third Forza this generation, better graphics, more cars, and better physics were promised in this iteration of Turn 10's Driving sim. Did they deliver?

    Oh god yes.
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    This review will have a few sections, this table of contents will help.
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    **1** Game mechanics
    ---Graphics
    ---Damage
    ---Menus
    ---Career
    ---Community
    --------Auction House
    --------Storefront
    ---Autovista
    ---Freeplay
    ---Marketplace
    ---Driving
    **2** Online
    **3** Customization
    **4** Difficulty & A.I.
    **5** Sounds
    **6** Cars
    **7** Wrap Up

    **1**Game Mechanics:

    ---Graphics:
    Great, they do occasionally look surreal, but the gloss textures are excellent, the drive by graphics are decent and the cars themselves are great. The lighting in this game is what really sells the realism, the cars interact with the environment and look like they are supposed to be there. Comparing this feature to the occasionally underwhelming tracks in GT5 and Forza 3 where sometimes the car was better animated than the track, the cars in Forza 4 look right in place on the pavement. Graphical hangups are nonexistent, and animations are fluid. In a word, Forza 4is beautiful.

    ---Damage:
    Damage returns more or less exactly as Forza 3 had it. The car has prescripted crumple zones and damage is animated cosmetically if you set it, but also internally and performance robbing if you set it as well. The cosmetic damage leaves a lot to be desired, but with see-able damage on 500 + cars i can't complain. Though the damage is weak, it is better than it was in Forza 3.
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    If you're a fan of the Forza series, or of cars and/or car racing in general, chances are that you will love this game.

    PROS:
    - Absolutely stunning graphics
    - The Autovista mode is gorgeous, it really does look as good or better than real life at times
    - Career mode is more engaging
    - Choices for reward cars make the game feel more personal, more choices mean you can either stick to a certain brand/style or hoard everything possible
    - Control is excellent and very responsive
    - The assists have more choices, allowing you to cater the difficulty level from brand new beginner to hardcore simulation player
    - Excellent variety of cars available, all are extremely detailed and a joy to look at
    - The Top Gear inclusion is excellent and Jeremy Clark adds a lot of character to the game
    - The Music score is good and very fitting for the game's theme

    CONS:
    - No weather effects or night driving is a real shame
    - More new tracks would've been great, only a handful of new ones added on
    - No Porsches available due to the EA contract, really lame move from EA. The rights are said to expire later this year so hopefully that means Turn 10 can add them as DLC or what-not

    Overall: This game is not only extremely enjoyable, but a work of art in terms of graphics and sounds. A must-have for car-fanatics and racing fans alike.

    9.5/10 HIGHLY recommended.
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    This review is not for the game, but for amazon(only related to this product).

    When ever I need to buy something online, amazon is my first priority. There was/is no where mentioned that this product is an essentials edition, but they only send the essentials edition which does not have many cars. I do not like returning the stuff, cos I do not want the seller to bear the loss of shipping charges. May be the seller thought that I asked for essentials edition only. Amazon should have had separate links for different editions. You cannot sell essentials edition in the name of full game without mentioning it. PLEASE double check if you are going to buy a full game or just an essentials edition. SO DISAPPOINTED with Amazon.
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    Forza 4 is one of the best examples I've ever seen of a game that literally anyone can play.

    If you're someone who's never played a videogame before in your life? You can play it on rails with a Kinect sensor and just have some fun.

    If you're someone who likes videogames, but only plays them casually, you can adjust the in-game driving aids and other difficulty options to make the game as much of a breeze or as challenging as you like, while maintaining a simple, arcadey control style and feel.

    If you're a little more experienced and want more of a challenge, you can turn some of the driving aids off, while leaving others turned on.

    If you're a hardcore gamer who wants the game to be as close to the real thing as possible but aren't a petrolhead/car enthusiast in real life, you can turn off most of them but leave the braking line on and so forth.

    If you're a hardcore car afficionado, you can turn them all off and purchase a simulation racing wheel and pedals, use the Kinect's head tracking and run the game on a 3D TV (2D-3D upscale... no true native 3D support in this game, but on the right set it still looks amazing) for a true simulation experience that in my opinion successfully rivals and in some areas exceeds what GT5 offers you. (Though that's a fantastic sim, too.)

    Bottom line: literally anyone can play this game, and Turn 10 (the developer) achieve this without "dumbing the game down" one iota. An example to be followed by other developers and publishers in my opinion.

    The game is rewarding and shows it more frequently than GT5 does. This is much less of an RPG style grind, and much more of a fun, accessible game. The challenge to be found here lies where it should: in the actual driving and racing.
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