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The fourth behind-the-scenes video focuses on Forza Horizon's extensive competitive features.
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I have the game and love it however, the music isn't my generation. I grew up listening to Led Zeppelin, Rush (still listen to this stuff as I'm a drummer of 37 years on and off ). Boston, and Deep Purple, all great driving music.
I love the soundtracks this game offers!!!
I hope they continue with the variety of this music throughout the rest of the forza games still to come...... ;D
Racing down the road looks awesome at high speeds and plays fun. Fun game so far and is more geared towards arcade racer. I expected a little more from Forza; in fact I would have believed this was some other race game. Streets seem very sparse when you are looking around, not much to destroy, not a lot of cars on the road (which is good when you are over 100 mph down a small road). More cars in free roam and more stationary objects would have helped immerse the player, like buildings and shortcuts and jumps. If you are going to do more arcade then go all the way.
its the best driving game
@buccomatic Not sure where you live but in SA, Horizon's launch price is R535, I paid over R600 for Forza 4 when it came out! Not bad considering the amount of development that's gone into it.