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There are a lot of high expectations for Forza Motorsport 6 on the Xbox One. Turn 10 Studios has to prove that this newest game isn't just going to be retread of Forza 5 and they also have to push the game forward in some capacity. Well, they're definitely aiming to push boundaries with the rain.
Forza Motorsport 6 is said to have over 450 cars for players to drive. If true, this would mean that the Xbox One exclusive has more vehicles than any other racing game released this generation.
Xbox One owners will be able to try out Forza Motorsport 5 for no charge in a few days. Today Microsoft announced a free weekend for the racing game.
Microsoft decided not to wait until E3 2014 to announce the next Forza. Today they revealed that Forza Horizon 2 will hit Xbox One and Xbox 360 in Fall 2014.
There are a lot of gamers out there looking to get into the new generation of gaming, but feel like they need a game to truly justify their next-gen purchase. Despite some critical acclaim, Forza 5 quickly went from the game many felt exemplified “next-gen” to a game that felt like it was the epitome of what this new generation of gaming should not be about.
Forza 5 received major backlash for its increased grind, lower payout and higher cash shop prices. Turn 10 was put under the media spotlight by gamers and various forms of furious fanboys trying to keep the gaming industry from turning into an equally corrupt culture as the housing, banking and political sectors. Turn 10 has listened and they are rectifying the problem.
You just bought a $500 console. You just bought a $60 game. You played through a couple hours and realize you really want that fancy Formula One car, but it'll set you back by $50 in microtransaction tokens, and you can't get there the normal way so you pay out an additional $10 for extra XP. Congratulations, you just paid $120 to buy the game and then pay extra to skip through its content and then pay extra to access content that was already on the disc.
Accompanying the recent release of the Microsoft's third-generation console and the moderate selection of launch titles, is a visual walkthrough guide for Forza Motorsport 5, courtesy of GamesHQMedia. The video series is already jam-packed with content and a variety of visually informative cues from Turn 10's latest outing.
Today the first reviews for Forza Motorsport 5 began to roll out across the Internet. Thus far the racing game is the best reviewed launch title for the Xbox One with a Metacritic average of 82.
Power left untapped? Hidden specialties to be uncovered? A hidden ability that only Zordon can unlock? Nope. The Xbox One is apparently maxed by 100% according to Forza Motorsport 5 developer, Turn 10 Studios.
New gameplay footage has emerged for Forza Motorsport 5 featuring the game running in real time on an Xbox One, no high-powered Windows 7 computers or supped up kits running Nvidia GTX 780s... nope, we're looking at actual footage from the Xbox One and you can too.
A new direct feed video trailer was released for Turn 10 Studios' Forza Motorsport 5, the latest high-end racing title launching exclusively for the Xbox One on November 22nd. The trailer is short, snappy, decent looking and boring.
The first exclusive announced for Xbox One was Forza Motorsport 5, the latest installment in the Xbox exclusive racing series. Turn 10 has released a new trailer on the eve of this year's E3.
Forza Horizon will be adding six new cars its collection this week. The April Top Gear Car Pack features vehicles selected by the development team as well as staff members of auto mag Top Gear.
Forza Horizon's next DLC, the January Recaro Car Pack, features flashy sports cars like the 2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR and 2012 Lotus Exige S. A couple of the other vehicles in the DLC are a bit unusual, though. The 2012 Cadillac ESV will let players feel like a rapper or someone else who doesn't care about gas mileage.