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Forza Horizon 4’s Lego Expansion Is Gleefully Absurd

Lego is awesome. Driving the super realistic vehicles of Forza Horizon 4 is awesome. Driving the super realistic vehicles of Forza Horizon 4 through a brick-dotted landscape in the game’s Lego Speed Champions expansion increases the awesomeness exponentially. Read More >>

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Forza Motorsport 7 Might Just Be My Favourite Racing Game Ever

Forza 7 opens with a demo that takes you through a sand-swept track in Dubai, with the new Porsche 911 GT2 — a car announced at E3 — sliding around from corner to corner under your control. It's fun. It's fun without being too hard, it's fun without being too easy. The driving dynamics are a little bit arcade, a little bit sim. And that's the newest Forza game in a nutshell — not too cold, not too hot. Just right. Read More >>

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Forza 6 Will Let You Race Formula E Cars (But Will Anyone Want To?)

The developer of Forza 6 has announced that the forthcoming Xbox One racer will feature ten new cars, drawn from the teams that take part in Formula E. Read More >>

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The Most Obscenely Expensive Gaming DLC Ever

You like games! We like games! But does anyone like games enough to pay this much? Time was, when video games were released, developers frontloaded them with the best possible content they were capable of producing. This is because back in the pre-online days, once a game was finished, it sat on a player’s shelf gathering dust. Read More >>

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Why This Next-Gen Driving Game Wants to Look Worse, to Feel Better

When Forza 5 was released for the Xbox One, there was a huge amount of fanfare about how "real" everything looked. Perving on gorgeously-lit cars in the Forzavista mode made it the must-have launch title for the Xbox One. Driveclub wants to be the next "most-real" driving game on the market, this time for the PlayStation 4, but to achieve that the developers are actively trying to make it look "worse." Read More >>

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FIFA 14 Free With all European Xbox One Pre-Orders, 49 More Games in the Pipeline

Microsoft has published a list of 50 games it says are on the way for Xbox One, covering everything from mysterious way-off Triple-A guaranteed smashes (Halo Xbox One) to the entirely predictable filler that'll also appear on Xbox 360 and every other console currently viable (Madden, NBA, FIFA, Call of Duty). Read More >>

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What Does Microsoft’s New E3 Xbox One Teaser Tell Us?

Microsoft's busted out a teaser trailer for its E3 event next week. While we saw a lot about the hardware at its official unveiling, arguably the most important bit, the games, were left for E3. So, what does the video tell us? More Gears of War, Forza and Halo, apparently. Read More >>

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A Street Cleaning Simulator For the PC Is Your “Because GTA’s Just too Rough For a Neat-Freak Like Me” Deal of the Day

Today’s top deal is one for those of you who are put off by the high-speed driving and terribly bad behaviour inherent in games such as the GTA series. It also helps if you’re an obsessive-compulsive tidier. Read More >>

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Six Months Of LoveFilm Streaming For Just a Tenner Is Your Sod the “Great” Outdoors Deal of the Day

Not going out is the new staying apparently, and as such, we all need to find stuff with do with our eyes and ears instead of avoiding being knifed in ‘The Great Outdoors’. Or something. Read More >>