Forza 4, like any racing game, has a massive selection of cars that can be raced, admired, and customized. There’s more to it than numbers, however. The types of cars made available are also important. Let’s look at what Forza 4 adds.
Forza 4 has most of the tracks from previous games and adds on a number of brand new additions. Let’s talk about some of our favorites.
So, you want to play multiplayer in Forza 4? You want to be good at it? You run around with the title “The Next Stig” under your name? Let’s see if we can get you in shape for real racing.
So, you’ve heard about this Forza thing, and you’ve picked up a copy. But now are you’re not sure where to begin. Jump online? Career mode? What do the assists do, and how should you drive to receive the best track times? In this guide we’ll review all that and more.
There are a lot of cars in Forza 4, and honestly, most of them can be made extremely competitive with proper upgrades and tuning. That said, some cars stand as particularly easy to drive fast. Let’s have a look at some of the best.
Forza 4 has been released, to the excitement of racing fans and car enthusiasts everywhere. After Gran Turismo 5 disappointed many gamers, the racing simulation genre is ripe for a new king. Can Forza 4 place the franchise in the throne?
Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo are the greatest racing games in the world, and they are in fierce competition. Which racing series is the best, and why? This article takes a close look at both before coming to a verdict.
Forza 3 includes some of the world’s rarest and most exciting supercars. These A-class cars have huge power and large amounts of grip, but their sheer speed can make them a handful. This list of Forza 3’s best supercars gives recommendations of great A-class supercars.
One of Forza 3’s most popular options is the ability to tune the cars you purchase. There is an overwhelming number of tuning options available, and many are important. This basic tuning guide covers Roll Bars, Shocks and Springs, and Gearing. Don’t tune another car before you read this!
Racing simulators have come a long way in the past ten years. A decade ago good racing games might have 20 cars. Forza 3, by contrast, has 400 cars, not to mention a plethora of tracks and race modes. But has this expansion added or detracted from the core values of racing simulators?