The wheels keep spinning in one of the most acclaimed racing simulation games available. Forza 4 increases the immersion with compatibility with the Kinect motion control camera. Through the power of Kinect, players will be able to step through the TV screen and jump into the driver's seat while the engaging controller-based experience will let you take on the bone-jarring physics, unparalleled levels of customization, and rosters of dream cars and tracks. Offering gameplay that will electrify racing fans and excite car lovers and novices alike, the popular racing franchise returns.
It’s hard to believe that two years have passed since Forza Motorsport 3 has made the rounds. That’s what kind of staying power Turn 10 Studios’ product has, I suppose…which is more than what could be said about Forza Motorsport 2. Not that it sucked, mind you, but Forza 3 went leaps and bounds over it in terms of quality and attention to precision driving. The difference was like night and day. While those differences may not be that vast this time around with Forza Motorsport 4, there’s still enough significant changes here to consider this the ultimate game in the series. Like Forza 3, this fourth chapter is all about accessibility. Those of you who fear being routed by opponents (like in Shift 2: Unleashed)... Read Review