Forza 4 is less of a game, and more of an experience. It encompasses every racing fantasy that you've ever had, and presents it to you with both gorgeous graphics, visceral sound bites and the raw 'feel' that all proper racing games need to have. Forza does a bit better than pull it all off, it nails it, making it the best of all worlds in the racing genre, and my personal new favourite sim.
+Ultra-realist graphics that help pull you into the world.
+One of the best feelings to a racing game.
+Autovista feature allows you to get up-close and personal with a wide-birth of vehicles.
+Insane amounts of customization.
+Expansive car list.
+Race viritually every major circuit world-wide.
+The addition of the Top Gear track and Jeremy Clarkson make it huge win for fanboys.
-The uncanny valley on the cars' dashboards can get a bit annoying.
-Navigation of the games massive list of features can be a little wonky.
-The Kinect features feel a little tacked on/useless for the most part.
I'm going to be completely honest. I've never played a Forza title. Well, at least not for any significant amount of time. As someone that grew up with a family of automotive enthusiasts, I love cars and the idea of getting to tool around with vehicles that will never be within my price-range has always been an intriguing one, but I honestly didn't think anyone could do it better than Gran Turismo. As far as realism goes, that has always been the game that defined racing simulation for me.