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- Forza Motorsport 2 burns rubber at 60 fps with 4x full-screen anti-aliasing
- Motion blur, and high-dynamic-range lighting in crisp 720p high-definition glory
- Feel every nuance of your car and the road thanks to support for the official Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel
- Master real-world tracks from around the globe
- Collect, upgrade and tune hundreds of cars
- Create and share your masterpiece with the world
- Compete in a vibrant online community
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Forza Motorsport 2 (Xbox 360)
Coming out towards the end of the original Xboxs life, the first Forza Motorsport was a sadly overlooked gem that was as realistic as Gran Turismo but far more exciting and accessible to the average player. Despite being close to release, surprisingly little is known about the sequel, although it has been confirmed that it will include over 300 licensed cars with everyone from Nissan and Volkswagen to Lamborghini and Chevrolet having a presence on the track. All of the cars feature realistic damage; this can range from tiny scratches on the paintwork to almost splitting your car in two during a particularly devastating crash. If youre the type of driver that likes their car damage-free, you can set the realism of the modelling to whatever you want.
The final game is expected to include over 70 different real world tracks, including Suzuka Circuit in Japan and Sebring International Raceway in Florida. There are also many fictional tracks, some inspired by real world locations. The game also supports multiplayer via Xbox Live, split-screen and system link. Every vehicle is customizable via the in-built decal editor, and you can trade cars and liveries with other players via Xbox Live. If you fancy the ultimate driving experience, then grab the official Xbox 360 Wireless Steering Wheel that has been developed specifically for the game. And to really impress your mates, you can setup multiple TV screens for an almost 360 degree view of the game. Any more realistic and youd need a driving license to play. - HARRISON DENT
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Actually it's a good game in it's own right and better than I expected. The graphics and physics aren't up to today's Forza standards but it's still fun to play. The game punishes you for putting a wheel off the track in quite a clumsy way but you soon learn not to cut the corners. And the lack of rewind starts out being a pain but soon becomes a challenge and perhaps even makes the game better.
Worth a couple of quid for the hours of enjoyment.
I recently needed a pre-1975 American muscle-car to enter an amateur series. I bought a '68 Pontiac GTO and entered the race without modifying anything (not even tyres). What a race! The feeling of weight was dramatic and really authentic, with the brakes and associated inertia incredibly accurate. You can't cheat the physics, if you break heavily at the wrong point in a turn, you'll just carry on and understeer, or slide and miss the apex. The whole feel of the races was really dramatic and tense, I'm now looking forward to `modding' this car and taking it out again. The feel was similar to the amazing GT Legends on PC, in which I loved racing big old Jaguars from the 60's.
All in all, this is proper next-gen console racing, and as such has to be the best driving game I've ever played. Superb!
This game has as mutch depth as an Ocean, a truly brilliant racing sim and another reason to own an xbox360 the best games machine to date, who needs gran turismo when you could own this.
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