Forza Motorsport 4 refines and improves upon its predecessor in a number of ways, but also feels just a little too familiar.
Caters to drivers of all skill levels Rivals mode is a great addition Cars and tracks look better than ever New multi-class races are a lot of fun Immediate feedback on your driving technique encourages you to improve.
No variable weather conditions or night races Only five new circuits.
Circuit-based racing games are repetitive by nature, but the deja vu you experience when playing Forza Motorsport 4 is especially pervasive--at least if you're familiar with its superb predecessor. You can't help noticing that the majority of the cars and tracks in Forza 4 also appeared in Forza 3. They look noticeably better now, which is no mean feat in itself, but early in your new racing career you could still be forgiven for wondering if developer Turn 10's latest offering might more appropriately have been titled Forza 3.5. Thankfully, that feeling dissipates as new features and improvements reveal themselves, and ultimately there's no doubt that this is a worthy sequel to one of the best racing games in recent memory.