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Forza Motorsport was released for Original Xbox in 2005.
Forza Motorsport 2 was released for Xbox 360 in 2007.
Forza Motorsport 3 was released for Xbox 360 in 2009.
Forza Motorsport 4 was released for Xbox 360 in 2011.
Forza Horizon was released for Xbox 360 in 2012.
Forza Motorsport 5 was released for Xbox One as one of the launch games in 2013.
Forza Horizon 2 was released both for Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014.
and Forza Motorsport 6 was released for Xbox One in 2015.
The Forza games i have and played were Forza Motorsport 2, Forza Motorsport 3, Forza Motorsport 4, and Forza Horizon! The Forza series is developed by Turn 10 Studios and published by Microsoft Studios only for the Xbox consoles of Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One!
Finally picked up my brand new 500GB XBOX ONE for christmas with FIFA 16 pre-included this afternoon @ Tesco's Extra in Bridgend, along with Forza Motorsport 6 and Project Cars, l then called over to my local branch of Tesco's in Maesteg pricing the XBOX ONE games there, and l then came across F1 2015 for £36.00 and bought it. I can't wait to get a good look at it when Christmas Day arrives.
I've been a fan of the Forza series since original xbox, and watched the game improve. The only area which hasn't is the paint/design feature.
Isn't it about time that it becomes an app or something you can do on a PC/laptop?
It just seems dated that's all.
i love racing game, my preference goes to GT and forza, but forza evolution is going so fast compared to GT one , i still like both , but with the addition of forza H on xbox 360 which was gorgeous and fun and awesome music and forza H 2 on xbox one which was even better , now i prefer the forza series, keep up the good work, im so impatient to see the location of the next forza horizon 3 game which should be released next fall .
and by the way Forza 6 is amazing, the 5 was good but on content point , was dissapointing, but it was a launch game...so i forgive turn 10 for this.
I got Forza Motorsport 3 with my Xbox on Christmas 2009. From then I fell in love with the franchise. I then decided to see what previous games in the series were like and bought Forza 2. I didn't enjoy it as much as 3. Then Christmas 2011 I got Forza 4. This my favourite game in the series, luckily I had purchased a Kinect Sensor in the Summer of 2011, 1 week after the E3 announcement, and couldn't wait to try Autovista and race the cars without a controller. Forza 5 will be the first game I buy for my Xbox ONE when I buy one
What about Forza 6? FM5 isn't that great tbh. The lackluster amount of cars and tracks REALLY make the game feel repetitive and boring fast. You can't sell cars. You just remove them out of your garage and thats it. The storefront is poorly made, and theres no auction house. You can start private lobbies like in Forza 4, but can't set them public. The Drivatar Feature is cool but not really noticeable (Much better in Forza 6). You only get a 30K credits for leveling up. If you don't get any extra money at the start (Because of playing older Forza Games), it will take extremely long to complete all championships. In Forza 4 you could chose a car from a small selection and you got it. I think when you reached level 100 you got 100K Credits and each time you leveled up again you got a bit more money than last time. There are no clubs in this game. You can start private matches but don't set them to "open for everyone" like you could in FM4.
Great video. I love Forza, have done since the beginning. Still don't understand why they keep removing popular features and in game sales and gifting. I know some people abused it, but once it was gone i had to stop running the Community Rescue Service, and now when people lose their saves, there's no way to help them out. It's really sad. The weather and night looks really good, but they need to bring the community focused features back.
+mitchyk Oh, and my favourite memory was making a real world difference using Forza. During Forza 3 while i was running the Forza Community Rescue Service which helped people out with credits and cars if their save was lost or corrupted. People donated credits, we then kept them to run competitions, or to help people out. It was great, and during this time a player approached me, and asked if i could help him get a Shelby Daytona as he was mentoring kids through the big brother program and promised them he'd get it in game if their grades improved.. I basically spammed the Forza forums for weeks, did special paints, ran competitions, and got people to donate to the Shelby fund. We ended up with enough credits to buy two Shelby's and another one donated outright! Back then 10 million credits for that car was months of work. And we ended up with three! The way the community pulls together for things like that are what always makes me proud of our community over there.
Video games can have positive impact on the real world. It helped those kids learn about maths and physics, and improved their grades in doing so. The Forza community is the best one i've ever been a part of. Long live forzamotorsport.net!
I cant remember which track it was but I was in the lead on the final lap. I had 2 corners left, Suddenly theses 2 guys came up behind. One was in a Lamborghini Aventador. The other was a Aston Martin Vantage. I was using the Nissan Skyline (Brian's Skyline).They both pass me on the final corner but they started to fight for the lead . One of them crashed into the tire wall, smaked in to the other. The first car flipped into the air while the other was heading for the grass. Mean while I drifted under the car that flipped into the air. I drifted across the line.
While Forza 4 is still the paramount title in the series, I have to say my experience with FM6 so far has been head and shoulders above FM5, which I regret purchasing to this day. If Forza 6 were to see the return of the many features it lacks compared to FM4, I'd readily regard it as the best installment to date.
Thank you for the mention! I absolutely love Forza and it's community. I know how supportive everyone can be especially if you're going through some hard times like I did. I'm loving Forza 6 and can't wait to see what's next for the series!
My favorite Forza memory would have to be when i played Forza Motorsport 3 so much that i ended up getting all of the achievements in the game, which is kind of rare for me since i usually don't go that far out of my way to get 100% completion on most games, but Forza 3 wasn't like most games. It set the bar for the overall massive scope of the racing game genre, and one that the Forza series has improved on with each new entry. I loved the Forza 6 demo, and i cannot wait until the 15th for the north american release of Forza 6, along with the Forza edition Xbox One console that I preordered months ago. Looking forward to it!
+00AssassinOfkings000 London or New York for me. Mainly London though, tight streets would mean mega fun racing, ducking onto and off the kerb to avoid cars + lots of alleys / tight turns for drifting as well as big, open roundabouts for some drifting fun. Tokyo is a good shout too, for similar reasons but most roads are straight there with 90 degree turns... All London roads are always curved and zig zagging.
+MuscledRMH Forza 4 was the tip of the series. Forza 5 had a pathetic car list and felt (visual upgrade aside) very samey. I don't blame them though - look how fast they pump these games out.. they pump a game out for every 2.5 Gran Turismo's released and thats just the main series, not even gonna start on Horizon.
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