Forza Motorsport 4 - Xbox 360

Also known as: Forza 4', 'Forza Motorsport 4 Limited Collector's Edition', 'Forza Motorsport Preview

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Viewed: 3D First-person / Third-person Genre:
Racing: Car
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Turn 10 Soft. Co.: Microsoft Game Studios
Publishers: Microsoft Game Studios (GB/GB)
Released: 14 Oct 2011 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Accessories: Kinect, Headset, Steering Wheel
Connectivity: Live Online Enabled


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Forza Motorsport 4 brings Kinect support and new social features through Xbox LIVE to the car racing series that appeals to both hardcore and aspiring hardcore console driving fans.

Forza 4 has more than 80 manufacturers represented, and tracks from all over the world including the famed BBC Top Gear test track in which the gamer can indeed by a Star in a Reasonably Priced car.

Starting with the graphics, the game from Developer Turn 10 runs at at 60 frames per second, providing not only clear and clean environments, but driving conditions to enable both beginners and advanced gearheads to experience the multitude of cars, driving views and replay options in rich detail.

Forza Motorsport 4 brings the Create a Car Club to enable gamers to share their own custom created cars into competition with other online clubs and players.

This is joined by the new Rivals Mode; this enables gamers to play against online friends. However, challenges can also be laid down to pals even when they are not online. This is achieved by presenting a track challenge that can be picked up as soon as the other player comes onto Xbox Live.

Another addition to the franchise is the World Tour Mode which enables the player to travel the globe from England to Japan and the USA to Australia racing super cars or classics.

Autovista Mode enables the player to walk around cars in a virtual showroom. This is where Kinect comes in. The player can “kick the tyres” of one of a huge selection of cars from Audi to Zonda examining details, opening doors and even looking under the hood – all with Kinect using Head Tracking to pan and move the in-game camera. The gamer can even use Kinect voice control to easily navigate the game’s menu.
No Kinect is no problem as the tried and tested Forza controls are all back in place.