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Forza Street

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Fun, fast-paced street racer is welcoming to all players.

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If you're looking for an easy to get into racer that takes cars to the streets, look no further. While the console versions of the game are detailed simulations, Forza Street is very much an arcade game. It's fast, furious, and not at all complicated. There's no gear changing or steering. It all comes down to knowing when to let go of the gas and when to stomp it again. That "dumbing down" (as critics would label it) actually makes the game much more accessible, though. It's a title anyone can pickup and learn in minutes, but spend hours honing their skills.

The races are short enough to be played on the go. It's definitely a beautiful game to look at. And the storyline, while it's not a critical part of the game, is solid enough. The biggest issue is that your enjoyment of this street racing game will very likely tie back to your enjoyment of this franchise on console games. If you're really into simulation racers or realistic sims, this probably won't appeal to you. It might not be the Forza game you're expecting (even if you can tie it to your Xbox Live account), but for a mobile audience, it's a terrific experience.

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