Forza Motorsport revs up Xbox gamers who are passionate about cars and racing. Forza Motorsport is the ultimate car-lover’s playground, letting gamers buy, sell, trade, tune, modify and race their customized car collection. On the track, players experience an impressively accurate simulation, putting their performance-tuned creations to the test against the best the online world has to offer on Xbox Live.
Xbox Backwards Compatibility list update
Written by Adam Woolcott on 03/30/06
Baby steps, then.
Xbox 360 Backwards Compatibility list
Written by John Scalzo on 11/12/05
The results are in, these are the Xbox games you'll be able to play on your shiny new 360.
Look inside the Forza Motorsport garage
Written by John Scalzo on 01/17/05
Now sporting a car collection that would make Jay Leno weep like a baby. Maybe Forza really will be the Gran Turismo-killer.
EA announces Live support and Microsoft's E3 2004 Lineup
Written by John Scalzo on 05/11/04
Microsoft has plenty to talk about at E3 as Halo 2 has a release date, EA announces Xbox Live support and a whole slew of games are listed for the show floor.
Written by Troy Matsumiya on 05/31/05
The "Gran Turismo Killer" is finally here and Troy tells us how it fared during his reviewer's test drive.
Written by Troy Matsumiya on 04/08/05
Like it's mentor, Forza Motorsport has been delayed a bunch. This isn't good news, but it gives us a chance for a new preview.
What If the Gaming Industry Stopped?: 52 Games From 2005 We'd Still be Playing (The Second Ten)
Written by GT Staff on 01/17/06
What if Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft all went bankrupt at the same time? What would you play? Like us, you'd still be playing these 52 amazing games from 2005.
Get Your Drive On: Forza Motorsport
Written by Leigh Culpin on 10/01/04
The Killer App. You want it on your system. You don't want it on the other guy's. Forza Motorsport is looking to be the Gran Turismo-killer and Leigh gets his Drive On one last time with this preview.
E3 2004: Microsoft Press Conference
Written by Matt Swider on 05/19/04
The only company out of the big three not announcing a new handheld at this year's E3, Microsoft still had plenty of surprises as Matt gives us a rundown of their press conference.
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