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Game Description:Forza Motorsport allows gamers the ability to showcase their garage work with the best the online world has to offer. Compete simultaneously with up to eight racers or trade your "tuned-up" and "tricked-out" creations over Xbox Live. Beyond head-to-head racing, Forza Motorsport encourages gamers to build car clubs of up to 100 different Xbox Live gamers for worldwide car communities and competitive team racing.
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  • Xbox Live: In Memoriam

    Microsoft plans to pull the plug on the original Xbox Live service at some point today, but already we can't help but miss our good friend. Back when we were young, it taught us how to play socially with others yet allowed us creative freedom to sound like robots when we wanted to verbally assault someone in-game with impunity. You were good...

    Posted April 15, 2010

    Xbox Live: In Memoriam
  • Turn 10 Planning Project Natal Support For Future Forza Games

    Microsoft has already shown off Burnout using their motion-control technology, Project Natal, but it appears that Criterion Games’ arcade racer isn’t the only racing franchise gearing up for Natal. According to a job listing discovered by Total Video Games, Forza Motorsport developer Turn 10 Studios is looking for a business...

    Posted January 19, 2010

    Turn 10 Planning Project Natal Support For Future Forza Games
  • Forza Motorsport 2 Review

    Posted: July 23, 2007

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