- Publisher: Microsoft
- Genre: Racing
- Release Date: October 11, 2011
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At first glance, if you’ve never seen a game like Forza Motorsport 4 then you’ll be blown out of your seat at the graphics and gameplay and options.
The developers at Turn 10 Studios are setting this game up for the Xbox 360 Kinect and there are definitely a lot of gamers drooling at the mouth awaiting this game that is due out on October 11, 2011.
Now, there’s an addition to this game as it will be the first in its series with the Kinect sensor which goes hand in hand with the traditional controller. This allows for one’s head movements to be independent of the controller and for inspection of various parts of the vehicle and environments.
The game has a career mode so that you slowly expand in your experience and the AI allows for configuring your moves to make your experience more realistic.
Now if you’ve played the previous Forza Motorsport 3, you’ll be glad to know that the latest version will allow you to import some of your game data so that you’ll start the newest version on a pretty healthy basis.
You’ve got the teamwork options still going where you can team up with other car clubs and wreak havoc on the tracks as you travel around the world engaged in all sorts of racing fare. Add to all that a reported 500 cars from around 80 different manufacturers and you’re talking one hefty game you couldn’t possibly play in just a year’s time.
So basically the game has the works. It’s like trying to launch a Space Shuttle mission. You have content from BBC’s Top Gear TV show and that means the shows announcers, tracks, inside goodies, and authentic camera angles.
The head-tracking in Forza Motorsport 4 is really cool feature will give boost the level of realism and practicality of the in-car view in Forza 4; giving the game that real driving feel.
Just imagine racing all over the world with state of the art graphics and controls and over 500 cars to choose from including some models you know they’re going to stash away a secret surprises.
The only thing this game doesn’t have are giant robots attacking as you’re racing through the alps.
Or does it?
Who knows, the bottom line is the game will be out in October 2011 and the demos so far and trailers show a Kinect title that will be something to keep fans happy and the press and public astounded.
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