Marty brings our review for Forza Motorsport 4
It took Polyphony Digital nearly six years to produce a sequel to Gran Turismo 4, yet Turn 10 has managed to meld its follow-on to Forza 3 in a little less than two. The result, pertinently named Forza 4, boasts over five hundred cars, twenty-two tracks of various configurations and as much car tuning as you could wish for. Forza 4 is automotive epicness and it hasn’t lost its showroom shine.
Rather annoyingly, for those desperate to get their petrol fume fix, there are a few preliminaries to get through before proceeding to the track. An optional install of the second disc is…
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