Okay, I suppose someone might share or pass down this limited edition Forza Motorsports 4 watch from Level Up Wear, but with only 500 total being made available in the U.S. and UK, but with only 500 being made they might be better off just hanging onto it.
Twice has Best Buy lured commenter I.Q.1 to its door with exclusive preorder goodness, and twice has he been denied. A cautionary tale, courtesy of Speak Up on Kotaku.
We can't write about Forza Motorsport 4 until next week when the review embargo lifts. But I thought some of you might want to see what the fancy review copy of the game looks like.
Look, you might be considering spending $60 on this fall's Forza Motorsport 4, if you're a racing fan and you've got an Xbox 360.
Not content with throwing some Kinect support into Forza 4, Microsoft is also releasing a wireless, motion-controlled racing wheel for the game. It didn't sound too promising when it was first announced. And doesn't look too promising in action, either.
One of Australia's most iconic muscle cars is coming to Forza Motorspot 4. In Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, it was the Pursuit Special, a tuned and customized 1973 Ford XB Falcon GT.
Because EA is evil, that's why. Kidding! See, EA has the license for Porsche cars, thus, making them available only via a sub-licensing deal. The cars did appear in Forza 3, and featured RUFs, which are tuned, unmarked Porsches.
The people over at Turn 10 Studios give us another sneak peak into how and why Forza Motorsport 4's tracks are chosen and created. In this video, they show off the historic Hockenheim track in Germany. The location seems appropriate considering our continuing coverage of Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. Check out the…
Turn 10 Studios, the people behind the Forza Motorsport series, have a rough job. In order to make a top-shelf racing game, they had to go to one of the most beautiful places in the world and hike, examine, and photograph the landscape. They have our sympathies.
Forza Motorsport 4 will change car culture forever. But before that, it's getting an E3 trailer.
Three hits of news on the Forza 4 front today. First, Turn 10 Studios has revealed the official shot of the game box art. Second, they've announced that the "Hero car" for the game is the Ferrari 458 Italia. Third, they've announced the five pre-order cars — along with "showroom" shots of each. I can't tell you more…
We've known that Forza Motorsport 4, when it releases later this year, will support Kinect as a control method. A marketing survey now hints at what some of those features might be, such as head tracking to move the game's camera, and a casual mode that allows players to steer with their hands, similar to last year's…
What happened at today's Spike TV Video Game Awards? New game announcements, first look trailers (some with actual gameplay), release dates, and Neil Patrick Harris. Catch up on the most important news and videos right here if you missed anything.