Today on Highlight Reel we have close finishes, aquatic landings, FIFA invisibility cloaks and much more!
Forza Motorsport 6's $20 VIP upgrade gave players exclusive cars, special online events and, best of all, double credit earnings for races. Forza 7's $20 VIP upgrade swaps the always-on double credit bonus for five limited-use “mod cards.” Boo. Update: Big changes coming in response to player feedback.
I just couldn’t do it. I couldn’t catch Forza Motorsport 7’s simulated driver. He threw his Porsche 918 Spyder around the corners so well, his lines so perfect, that I just could not close the gap between us. But then, it started to rain.
If you’ve been following along with our Fast and Furious coverage, then you’ll know that I will die defending those movies. I love everything about them: the bad acting, the science-bending stunts and the bullet-proof plot lines. And now Turn 10 Studios has announced a The Fate of the Furious car pack for the upcoming …
As Forza Motorsport 7's Oct. 3 launch date draws nearer and nearer, I’m running out of more and more reasons not to tell my friends and family goodbye for a week (or weeks), turn my apartment into a racing simulation cave and exclusively survive on delivery meals. Now there’s an awesome new trailer and a demo to deal…
Hyper-realistic graphics and mechanics have always been Forza’s big selling point and it doesn’t look like the upcoming Forza Motorsport 7 will disappoint.
Not at an auto show, not a special event, not at a concours: E3 is where Porsche dropped the 2018 911 GT2 RS, an absurdly ferocious-looking machine touted as the most powerful 911 ever. Why E3? Because it’s the cover car for the new Forza Motorsport 7.
Cars and video games go together like peanut butter and jelly. Indeed, it’s one of the ways us common folk can experience something as exotic and rare as a Lamborghini without owning it. But, in the game developers’ zeal to always deliver to us the freshest and most exciting cars, did Forza Horizon 3 accidentally leak…
One of the ways that developers keep video games entertaining for us is by periodically releasing expansions. And it’s about time for the Forza Horizon 3 expansion. Perhaps snow and ice will alleviate my boredom.
It’s been a little over a month since Forza Horizon 3 came out. I’ve been playing it pretty consistently since then. I’ve gotten better at some things and really started to appreciate others. But after about a month of playing it nearly every day, I find myself asking: is this it?
Is the new Ford GT the main protagonist in a first-person shooter now?
Today on Highlight Reel we have drifting Pikachu cars, bad driving, slams, boxes, and much more!
Forza Horizon 3 is officially available to the public today, so I expect to see a lot of you online and playing this game where rules aren’t real and gravity is only marginally a factor so you have no excuses. There are over 350 different cars to drive and explore, and here are all of them.
Forza Horizon 3 gives you the freedom to roam like you were never allowed to roam in previous Forza Motorsport games. It’s exhilarating at first, to be allowed to go anywhere, do virtually anything. In races, you’re allowed to do insane things like launch cars off cliffs and dodge trains. That’s the best part—that…
If you’ve ever wanted to virtually track a racing truck, Forza 6 is now giving you the opportunity. As part of the Turn 10 Select Car Pack you’ll have access to the 1080-horsepower 2015 Mercedes-Benz #24 Tankpool24 Racing Truck.
I know Elon Musk thinks that we’re most likely living in some advanced simulation, but if that’s the case, why can’t we all tear ass across a beach in Australia in an unreleased Lamborghini like a deranged billionaire? This suck-ass simulation we call “reality” won’t let most of us do that, but it looks like the new …
Turn 10 Studios has announced that it will bring the next installment of the Forza driving/racing video game franchise to this June’s E3 expo, and the brand new Lamborghini Centenario, unveiled just this week at the Geneva Motor Show, will be on the cover.