Forza Fronts A New Broad Horizon
September 30, 2014, shall forever be a day all gamers will remember. It marks the latest installments to the Forza franchise of many accredited and decorated games that have hit the shelves of stores nation-wide, “Faster than a New York minute,” as I would say. You should buckle up and prepare for a new experience of racing!
Indulge In Greatness
The massive and forever expanding Forza franchise reached new heights with their latest game, Forza Horizon 2! You’re centered in modern-day southern Europe, driving through vast landscapes and coasts based off of southern France and northern Italy. Geographical locations in the game are Castelletto, Saint-Martin, Níce, San Giovanni, and Montellino.
Leave Your Limits
The Forza interaction in this new ground breaking game just astonishes all whom may be granted the gift of enjoying its gameplay and emersion in this brand. New installments, which are new to most people, such as “Car Meets” which you drive to enter, showcase your cars, and meet new diverse gamers across the globe. The stunning vistas you will see every time you’re behind the wheel are just a breath-taking display. It’s very interesting to me to be able to roam the vast roads, coasts, and hills of southern Europe. It really gives a small town guy a great opportunity to experience these things virtually as well as having fun with your friends, racing, drifting, free roaming, and even finding some of the most sought after car relics in barn finds. You can drive upwards of two hundred cars; there’s endless opportunities to master the roads. So put your helmet on, gloves tight, camber mint, and get your clutch and E-brake steady! FORZA IS CALLING YOU!
As seen below, you can tell in the 1st photo, Turn 10 Studios showcases the mass weather display and inclement weather which will alter your driving skills as well as aids you may have on.
As seen below in 2nd photo, these are a few of the many super cars which will be included in the full game to all users. Also seen are the streets in southern europe. There are no middle lines like we are accustomed to on our actual roads. Notice banners on the buildings and the great structural designs are showcased.
As seen in the final 3rd photo, you can see an inside view of the so-called “cockpit.” Many things can be seen inside the car, such as the speedometer, the wheel, functional windshield wipers, mirrors to reflect your surroundings, and your headlights do come online with ample time to see before the time changes into midnight. Illuminated gauges help your sight. Also, the big plane happens to be a showcase race. If you beat the mystery vehicle, which can differ from hot air balloon, train, jets, etc., you win the car you race with. You can’t choose the car, but rather it is just provided for you to drive. The rain caused this race to be more severe. The rain effect really has a great simulation to high speeds, turning and the rain hitting your tires.
It makes me think when I actually drive in real life in real situations. I think back to when I hit a turn in a R34 and kicked my back out. It makes me actually slow down to prevent fender benders and be more cautious.
Overall, this game is just exhilarating. It deserves its accommodation in a high-ranking game, setting the bar high for it’s competitors.
A highly decorated gamer source know as IGN, rated this game a grand 9/10.
I give it a 10 out of 10.