We haven’t seen a deal for Forza 4 in a little while, and although we’ve seen it for less Sainsbury’s current offer is the best around, made all the more sweeter by the voucher code above. Not only that, but because a number of retailers are currently out of stock it means that the next best price is currently at Asda, providing a saving of over £8.50.
Forza 4 managed to provide accessibility to newcomers and veteran petrolheads alike, and all without dumbing down the experience. It may not be the most authentic driving game out there, but it is definitely one of the most enjoyable. Thanks to Syzable @ HUKD!
Microsoft have announced that announced Forza Horizon will release on October 23rd, with a new trailer that showcased the game's emphasis on the open road shown at their E3 press conference.Click here to watch the Forza Horizon E3 trailer...
Turn 10 and EA (who own the rights to using Porsche's vehicles in games) have teamed up to bring Xbox 360 racing fans a Porsche-themed expansion pack for Forza 4 which drops today on Xbox LIVE. To mark the occasion, Turn 10 have released a new trailer stuffed with German sports car excellence.
Check it out above.
UPDATE: Unbelievably, this is happening.
Microsoft has been haemorrhaging information faster than Ubisoft over the last 24 hours (impressive considering the wealth of leaked intel for Assassin's Creed 3) - and a new trailer may have outed a Forza title entitled Forza Horizon. The video, which notably features no gameplay footage whatsoever, ostensibly dates the racer for "Fall 2012," and implicates UK newcomer Playground Games as the primary developer.
The jury is out on whether this video is legit or not, and there's a compelling argument for the latter. The strangely simple typeface, poor production values and easily-edited party footage suggests that this trailer might well be a fake, and we'll soon learn whether the truth of the matter since Microsoft is set to make a number of major announcements this week. Check it out below and let us know what you make of it.Click here for the Forza Horizon reveal trailer >>
We haven’t seen a deal for Forza 4 in a little while, but Play have unleashed a price cut that drops the title below the magic £20 mark. Not only that, but because a number of retailers are currently out of stock, the next best price is currently at Base and its affiliates, meaning the price margin is almost £7.
Forza 4 managed to provide accessibility to newcomers and veteran petrolheads alike, and all without dumbing down the experience. It may not be the most authentic driving game out there, but it is definitely one of the most enjoyable. Thanks to danhufc @ HUKD!
If you love cars, you need Forza 4 in your life. It's really that simple. Gran Turismo 5 might offer a marginally more realistic, authentic driving experience (if you can afford the necessary rig to make that a difference), but for petrolheads of every age and all abilities, this should be your first port of call. ShopTo have the cheapest price at the start of this month and their official eBay outlet just knocked a further couple of quid off of the price. Thanks OldEnglish at HUKD!
If you're a petrol head then you need to get hold of a copy of Forza 4 because it provides you with some truly heart pumping high speed racing, plus staring at a range of amazing super cars never gets old. On the downside it's not exactly a 100% accurate and the Kinect features aren't great, then again that's hardly a surprise! ShopTo have dropped their price for the game down to £27.85, which'll save you £2 on the next best offer coming in from Simply Games. Thanks to zeppelincoda @ HUKD.
If you're a petrolhead then you need to own this game because it's very, very close to driving perfection! What's great about this instalment of the series, other than the heart pounding high speed racing in ridiculously expensive super cars, is that it builds on the previous games to provide gamers with a superior experience. Grainger Games are parting with copies of the game for £29.99, which'll make you a saving of almost £5 on the next best offer coming in from Asda Direct. Thanks to DanTheManc @ HUKD.
Let's not beat around the bush here, I want Forza Motorsport 4, which shouldn't really come as a shock to you, after all who doesn't enjoy tearing around a track in ridiculously powerful super cars. This is definitely a game for petrol heads and the driving is thoroughly engrossing. The voucher code listed above can be used over at Asda Direct to lower their price down to £31.47, which'll save you £3.50 on the next best offer coming in from Amazon. Thanks to DEALofaLifetime @ HUKD.
Have you ever stood at the side of the road, watched a Lamborghini or Ferrari or, as was once the case with us, a TVR that looked like it had been designed by a cartoon illustrator, zoom past to leave you jaws wide open, with a slight look of longing in your eyes? Have you ever been trotting along a pavement, minding your own business, only to find yourself doing a double take at the R8 you only just noticed. Your girlfriend's talking to you, you can't stop to carees the car, you can only crane your neck to catch one last glimpse for a mental gallery of car pornography.
You don't have to be the world's best driver, or most technically-minded engineer to appreciate a nice car. Since we were tiny we were making 'vroom vroom' noises, blissfully unaware of the differences between understeer and oversteer, unperturbed by variable differentials and optimal tyre pressures. We just wanted to go fast.
As much as it is a game for petrolheads and garage enthusiasts, Forza Motorsport 4 is also a game geared toward those of us who just never quite let that young innocence go. Put simply, if you love cars, whether or not you're a hardcore racing gamer or not, you're going to go absolutely nuts for this.Click here to read more...
Forza 4 is looking good. Really good. What little we've played of it has our fingertips quivering in anticipation. You may have blinked and missed Gameplay's fleeting £32.99 pre-order prie, but Blockbuster is still offering a deal a couple of quid cheaper than the nearest mainstream competition at £34.99. Thanks to Mr. Lee for the email tip.
Forza 4, Turn 10's latest installment of their Xbox 360 exclusive racing franchise that would have probably been titled 4za by a lesser studio, is on course to be gaming nirvana for petrolheads. We rated its predecessor as being numerically superior to Gran Turismo 5 on merit of the dynamic singleplayer campaign and sense of unabashed fun that underpinned the entire game... and after enjoying plenty of hands-on time along with expert commentary from director Dan Greenawalt, we're rather impressed by how the sequel's shaping up. By which I mean that our tongues haven't fully retracted yet.
The Forza series prides itself on being "hardcore sim that a six-year old can play." Physics and driving mechanics are all painstakingly modelled from raw data that's then completely scalable for players of different abilities and tastes. The familiar range of driving assists including auto-braking, ABS, racing lines and even steering make a welcome return; allowing gamers to enjoy a ruthlessly hardcore simulation or a drift-heavy arcade racer. As well as anything in between.
However, Turn 10 decided that Forza 3 had taken their artificially approximated tyre mechanics as far as it could go... and proceeded to axe it in its entirety. A new deal with Pirelli means that raw data from countless road and laboratory tests (on a range of tyres attached to various cars) has been directly plugged into Forza 4's DNA, making for what promises to be one of the most authentic and realistic simulations of road/car interaction to have ever been coded for entertainment purposes. After all, realistic is a bit of an understatement considering that it's powered by reality. In practice, this does lead to a much greater loss of speed when driving over a rumble strip or uneven surface, making staying on track much more important this time around.Click here to read more...
We've already had the glorious feast of brilliance that was DiRT 3 this year, and Codemasters' F1 2011 is shaping up to be another winner too - you can't count out the racing genre just yet. On top of that, it would appear that Turn 10's Forza 4 is coming along very nicely indeed as well. Unfortunately we simply didn't have time to check it out at E3 (though you can bet that's something we'll be rectifying at Gamescom) but the devs have just dropped a sparkly new trailer showcasing some of the new content, updated community features and Kinect support.
Forza 4 will be out October 14th on Xbox 360. We can't wait.Click here to watch the trailer...
Are you an Xbox 360 owner? Are you looking for a racing game? If so, then why not pick up THE racing game for the Xbox 360 from Zavvi and The Hut for £9.85, which'll save you a penny over £5. Every car in the game looks stunning and there are quite a lot of them to drool over before you start tuning them up, or taking them onto the track where you can check out the vehicles' superb handling. Unfortunately, you do have to sit around looking at loading screens for a fair amount of time, but it's just a minor issue.