Forza Horizon 3 has us pretty fired up over photorealistic graphics and its extensive list of cars. But to get a really direct comparison of how it visually stacks up to other driving games, you’ve got to try the same car and conditions in each virtual world back-to-back-to-back.
Unless the coma you’re in is a really top-notch one, chances are you’ve been hearing an awful lot about Pokémon Go, an augmented reality app that makes people run around chasing invisible monsters without the use of pharmaceuticals. There really needs to be a version of this sort of thing with cars instead of…
One of the joys of fatherhood is sharing the thing you love with your child. If you're a car nut, it's never too early to have them practice on a driving simulator.
It's really no surprise that on this list of the 99 most-raced vehicles in Forza 3, the pole position goes to the Bugatti Veyron and its 1,001 virtual horsepower. Right behind it? The Datsun 510, a 40-year-old compact Japanese car. Why?
A new study conducted by Continental Tyres has found that players of driving video games are better at passing their drivers test than non-gaming drivers. Unfortunately they suck at everything else.