Forza Motorsport 7 is here at last. Forza is a series I’ve been playing for years now, Since Forza Motorsport 2 to be more precise. Before Forza I would play the Gran Tourismo series, Toca, Grid as well as others. It’s fair to say that I quite like racing games although in more recent years I’ve tended to stick with just Forza, mainly because it’s been the best racing game to be had with a control pad in my opinion. So what does Forza Motorsport 7 bring to the table? Read on and I’ll give you my thoughts. Continue reading Forza Motorsport 7 Impressions
Before I start, I’d just like to say, it’s been a while since I’ve broke out the laptop and done this, so chances are I’m not going to be up to the usual standard that 4-One Gaming likes to present. However, given the biggest Xbox E3 conference of our time is currently live streaming in front of me, I thought now would be a good time to make a return and lend a hand.
And so far, they haven’t disappointed. Premiering alongside the awesome new Porsche 911 GT2 RS, Forza Motorsport 7 has been given a full reveal.
The Xbox One version of Forza Horizon 3 is probably the best looking game on the console but in a year where PC ports have yet again seen some disappointing releases, how does Microsoft’s latest racing game fair?
When you live in the civilized world there’s certain things in life that are pretty much unavoidable. Social media, talent shows on TV with talentless contestants, people telling you that you shouldn’t do stuff and then this guy, Ken Block, professional rally driver and internet extraordinaire.
One of the biggest reveals of this year’s Microsoft E3 conference was of course the announcement of Forza Horizon 3 set to follow the ongoing tradition of bi-annual releases for the open world spin-off from the Forza Motorsport series. The third game in the series will be based in Australia and while the official release date for the game is just a matter of weeks away, fans will first get to experience a small portion of the game well before the full game releases.
When it comes to making a decent racing game, there are a few boxes you need to check in order to ensure that it resonates among its competition. First and foremost, you need to feature fast cars, and they really don’t come much faster than that of the German Sports car brand Porsche, whom you may have heard of. Unfortunately, there’s a problem with that, a costly one, EA possess exclusive rights to the brand.
Poor old Microsoft/Turn 10, they really aren’t having much luck keeping Forza Motorsport 6 a secret. Earlier this week, details speculating the latest addition to the Forza Motorsport series were inadvertently leaked by Xbox Japan who were quick to take the details offline. Unfortunately the vultures were circling, and the information was snapped up by pretty much every video game news outlet on the web. Now however, Amazon France, who’re famous for leaking information early, have posted a potential release date.