Forza Motor Sport 6 Review : Personalised Gaming Experience

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Most of the car racing games that choose to have a genuine style are infamous for hard-hitting controls, a sharp learning curve, and general aloofness with concerns stretching from poor menu design, to no details of vital features.

Forza Motorsport 6 tries too hard to make you an enthusiast even if you are not in to car racing. It even comes with a tutorial that describes all the vital features of gameplay. The user interface is entertaining and easy to grasp. But most of all, Forza Motorsport 6 is a delight.

Tons of gameplay alternatives neatly organised for utmost visibility allows you to fine-tune and toggle every feature of the game. From selecting the difficulty level and car damage, to how destructive the AI should be, it has everything to keep you attracted to it. Fused with quick to respond, tweaked controls, the result is that it will take some time to get addicted to it.

A long-awaited add-on you can control how aggressive you want your computer-controlled opponents. This efficiently stops them from try to knock you off the road. While some of these selections have been around right from the beginning of the genre, they seldom come together.

If you are new to the game you can turn on the assist feature which will make the game stress-free. Whereas old-timers can turn off all the help to have a wholesome experience. It will make the game more stimulating.

If you play the single-player mode, you will get 70 hours of gameplay. It includes various kinds of races right from street racing with ordinary cars to racing through exotic locations in best cars. To make it really simple, you will have to be in the top three in every race you play. But we doubt if you will be with the difficult tracks and weather conditions that the game offers.

Forza Motorsport 6 has really messed up with its presentation as the cars or the tracks lack detailing as they look very clean and prepped up. It does no justice to real world of racing. It is not as captivating as Forza Horizon 2. There is an option for the arcade racer to have a casual environment while Forza Motorsport 6 is targeted at car racing enthusiasts, it lacks the natural car racing look.

If you are keen to play a multi-player game, it does have a 24 car racing game available online.

Ignoring few technical goof-ups, there is no reason why you should not buy this game. It is packed with awesome content and offers you lot of control to personalise your skill level and preferences. This delivers the experience you desire. Forza Sport 6 will do a great job getting you hooked to it.

Picture courtesy- gamespot.com


by techtalks @TechTalks October 9, 2015 11:30 AM UTC

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