If racing games have served any didactic purpose, that purpose has been to teach Americans about obscure variations of Japanese wagons (ahem Nissan STAGEA 260RS AutechVersion). Forza 5 eschews any claim to breadth in exchange for stunning detail and a desire to teach all you monkeys how to not drive like assholes.
The nice folks in Gawker's advertising department like throwing parties and they've decided to throw one for Jalopnik readers who are in or near San Francisco this Saturday. They'll also give you all the chance to win an Xbox One and a copy of Forza 5. Details below.
We've been watching Kotaku all day for the launch of the new XBOX ONE, waiting for some news that might relate to the racing games we love to play. Alas, the first glimpse of a game they showed was a McLaren P1 in what we now see as Forza 5 with two key easter eggs.
As you may have heard, we've gotten together with our fellow car nerds at Turn10 to create a Jalopnik DLC for Forza Horizon complete with the wonderfully batshit mix of cars you'd expect from us.
If you're like us you've been playing a lot of Forza Horizon in those hours when you're not sleeping or pretending to work, but perhaps you've felt something was missing from the experience. Specifically, you've felt like you've been deprived of the retro Japanese, vintage Italian and classic American wagon-y…
I was able to slither into E3 this year, thanks to my friends at IndieCade, and, following all of your unconscious mindbeams, I made straight for the Forza Horizon booth. After waiting in a long, sweaty line I was finally able to try it out firsthand, and, even better, talk to the head of the studio about the game.
The no-longer-Dodge 2013 SRT Viper has slithered out more than a day ahead of its New York Auto Show debut, revealing every angle of the gorgeous new America supercar. The feds may insist on giving it traction control, but they can't take away its voluptuous snakeskin, seen here courtesy of what appears to be Forza 4…
We asked our readers to design a wrap for the DeLorean Motor Company's new supercharged Stage III car in Forza 4 and more than 75 of you answered the call with a stunning array of wraps that range from brilliantly colorful to deeply disturbing.
Want to join the Jalopnik Forza Motorsport 4 Car Club? First, you need a copy of the game. Second, leave your XBox Live Gamertag in the comments below and we'll add you to the club. Well, at least until we run out of space in it, anyway. Then we'll just take the people with better cars than us.
We understand the grueling agony of not knowing how much free moolah you're getting from the reward cars you get for leveling up in Forza 4. Well suffer no more – here's a full pricing guide to all of the game's free cars.
If your hands are already soaked with sweat in anticipation for the release of Forza Motorsport 4 on October 11th (in North America, Oct. 14th in Europe), we've got some good news.
A 1965 Pontiac GTO, '69 Shelby GT500 428CJ, '71 Plymouth GTX 426 Hemi, '70 Buick GSX. They're all in your dad's fantasy garage, and they're among the cars included in a free DLC pack Forza 4 Season Pass holders will get if they pad Microsoft's cash-flow up front.
The team at Turn 10 Studios tried to design the best road race course ever for Forza Motorsport 4. The result? The all-new Bernese Alps track. Here's a first look at the track and how they made the magic happen.
As part of the tie-up between Microsoft's Turn 10 Studios and the BBC's smash-hit motoring show, Top Gear, Forza Motorsports 4 will include a number of single-player and multiplayer modes ripped right from the TV show. Yes, it will include "Car Soccer."
With Forza Motorsport 3, Microsoft's Turn 10 Studios tried creating the greatest racing game of its generation. Arguably, it was. On October 11th, when Forza Motorsport 4 is released for Xbox 360 they're setting their sights higher — creating the next generation of car enthusiasts.