Do you have a game you regularly return to, just because you like how it feels? For me, that game is Forza Horizon.
Fast & Furious is coming to Forza Horizon 2 next month. According to the AP, a new standalone expansion called Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious won't require the main game. The $10 add-on will have a storyline that has players trying to acquire a bunch of new F&F-themed cars for the film franchise character…
With Forza 5's Drivatar tech and player-controlled clubs with up to 1000 members, along with dedicated servers for smooth multiplayer connectivity, Forza Horizon 2 is arriving to Xbox One and Xbox 360 on September 30.
I move through the stages of difficulty in a sports video game like the stages of grief. Expert, Pro, Hard, Medium and Easy might as well be named Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. In the past, I've started somewhere between anger and depression before moving on to acceptance.
Forza Horizon's latest batch of new cars—the Top Gear Car Pack—arrives on Tuesday. It offers six more rides for $5.
Six new rides arrive Jan. 1 in Forza Horizon's Recaro Car Pack. The lot is 400 MSP/free if you have the season pass.
The "Bondurant Car Pack" for Forza Horizon arrives on Nov. 6 and offers six new rides: The 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante; the 2012 Shelby 1000; the 2010 BMW M3 GTS; the 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C, the 1993 Nissan 240SX SE, and the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. It's 400 Microsoft points.
How good is the Xbox 360's impersonation of the Wii U? If you have Forza Horizon, a Windows Tablet, an Xbox 360 and-oh yeah, power in your home and Internet (not guaranteed in times like these!)-you can find out. The game's SmartGlass support just went live. Full press release below. And note how this works: they're…
Forza Horizon, which released yesterday, introduces a "car club" concept to the game, and it isn't just a leaderboard of your friends. You may share your best rides with anyone else who joins up, and they may take those cars out on the open road of Forza Horizon's Colorado.
I have a confession: I hated Forza Horizon when I first played it. Something about the tone, from Axe Body Spray sponsored races to the presence of terrible dubstep on the radio, just kinda rubbed me the wrong way. But then something happened as I was driving around.
There are no adequate words in the English language to describe how bad I am at racing games. "Laughably untalented" comes close, but more often it's phrased as a question, like, "What, you crashed so much that your car is on fire again?"
The next Forza game is set in an open world. Wait, what? Yes, it's an open world modeled after Colorado. And smack in the middle of the game's setting is a racing festival that you will partake in when Forza Horizon releases October 23 for Xbox 360.
Total simulation racers are not something I've played much at all. I've got nothing against them, but I tend to drive like a maniac and a lot of the detailing and physics are like pearls before swine with a guy like me. Reflecting on my preferences makes the existence of a spinoff title like Forza Horizon apparent.
I got an e-mail over the weekend from Microsoft public relations: "I have some sweet rides available to take you to the Halo Showcase, courtesy of 'Forza Horizon' if you're interested. We're going to have four cars around for E3: a Ferrari California, a Lamborghini Gallardo, an Audi R8 V10 and a BMW 6 Series."
Forza is one of the few first-party franchises Microsoft bothers maintaining these days, at least for more serious gamers, so you can bet they were showing off a Forza Horizon trailer during the company's E3 presentation.