- Oct 27, 2016
- Reaction score
- Durban, KZN
The problem with Forza is it's as directionless as it is amazing. Granted the new Horizon improved that quite a bit but it's still there. A gajillion cars but no real reason to use more than 20 of them. To further muddle the lines after tuning them to levels they should have never been able to achieve they all handle more or less the same.I'm not a nfs fan, well not since the rebooted hot pursuit at least, I did enjoy that game. But honestly with the quality of arcade racers out there, forza horizon and dirt for example, the nfs games have seriously not been good at all. Like the series simply cannot compete with something like horizon. Do people really get excited to spend money on another nfs game when horizon and its ridiculous amount of content and lifespan is out there. Just my opinion though
And if you come back to the game all semblance of order has vanished. It's just an endless string of races with no reason to really do anything beyond the weekly challenge.
Forza needs more structure, like grammar Nazi levels nitpicking amounts of structure. And that's where NFS still has a place because it offers you the structure (or used to anyways).
It's a bit like comparing Skyrim to The Witcher 3 or Dragon Age 3.