Forza Horizon, the XBOX version of what goes on in your head when you’re procrastinating at work, is taking the fourth installment of the franchise to Great Britain later this year. Being a UK native, and having driven around a large chunk of the actual UK, I have a decent idea of what the game will be like, so here’s…
Announced for an October 2nd release, Microsoft dropped this Forza Horizon 4 official trailer during the E3 conference today. And like the other entries in this beloved it series, it’s gonna be an awesome car vacation.
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?
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.
From time to time we like to toot our own horn around here. This is one of those times. And that's because this video rocks.
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…
You know what are cooler than regular road cars? Road cars turned into all-terrain race cars. Now you can get them in the new Forza Horizon Rally pack.
My Corrado isn't fast, but it's mine. If I drive it right, If I cross the yellows to straighten the road out and keep my speed up, it feels quicker than it really is. I need to be mindful of oncoming traffic but when I turn he music up and let it rip I manage to beat the faster cars.
Forza Horizon, which released yesterday, introduces a "car club" concept to the game, and it isn't just a leaderboard of your friends. You may share your best rides with anyone else who joins up, and they may take those cars out on the open road of Forza Horizon's Colorado.
I have a confession: I hated Forza Horizon when I first played it. Something about the tone, from Axe Body Spray sponsored races to the presence of terrible dubstep on the radio, just kinda rubbed me the wrong way. But then something happened as I was driving around.
We have been amped about Forza Horizon here for a few weeks. It may not be a sim racer in the truest sense of the word, but does that matter when a game is this much fun?