Racing is an underrated genre in the gaming world, most games are not that exciting to gamers and often seem tedious. “Forza Horizon 4” brings that “tedious racing” and turns it into an all out amazing experience, with a huge map, jaw dropping graphics, and cars that gamers will love to race over and over again. “Never thought I will like a "cars game", but this is really amazing, not only racing, buy-sell cars in auctions, unlocking perks, explore large map, etc,” said Tariqalardah (MetaCritic). “Forza Horizon 4” is a open world racing game with many things to do, dirt racing, winter racing, danger zones and much more. Forza will always have something to keep gamers on the wheel and focus on making it to first place to earn the freshest car for their garage. Earning currency in the game is straightforward and entertaining. The game gives players a good plentiful of credits to save up for cars. The main factor of the game is the racing, but the seasons of the game change every week. For instance, there is summer racing which is good for fast paced road and dirt racing with skies as clear as glass, and the sun shining bright as ever. Gamers will have an amazing experience driving on the dirt and smooth roads with their McLaren Senna. The next season is winter, when roads are slippery, and players are going to need cars with some traction, as drifting and going fast will not be a favorable as players will just slide of the track. Racing in autumn is soothing and fast paced, with the rosy atmosphere and leaves falling on the track, players will definitely want to bring out a car that will make the leaves soar behind them. The last season is spring, where it is raining and the roads have become muddy. Players will love racing in an environment where it is pouring down, and getting off the track will leave gamers cars with mud all over it. Mud racing is also available in the spring season, so gamers should be sure to choose a vehicle that can handle the mud. “Forza Horizon 4 is fantastic fun and it looks stunning. Some people will moan that it's just Forza Horizon 3 set in the UK, but when you factor in the seasons, the visual improvements and the new team modes, it's plenty good enough to recommend,” said Tech Advisers (Tech Adviser). The car variety is endless, players can choose from over 100 cars, they range from Lamborghinis, Jaguars, McLarens, Bugattis, and much more. Customization is limitless, players can choose from a variety of colors, manufacturing labels, and designs to show of their cars in style, players make designs right when they buy their car, so that way they can be amused by the sight of that Golden Lamborghini. Players can race each other online, whether it be a normal race, drag race, or seasonal race, players will not get tired, nor will they back down from earning that first place medal. The open world of “Forza Horizon” is breathtaking. There are so many sights to see and so many trails to drive on, unless players want to drive in the grass and get hit by a tree, with graphics that are close to real life and cars that can reflect every angle of sunlight. Who would not want to see such a beauty, sights, open world, racing, and cars? “Forza Horizon 4 is a prime example of a complete racing title, and although the racing genre is not as popular as it once was, Horizon 4 still manages to raise the standards and present itself not only as the best entry in the Horizon series, but as one of the best racing titles of all time. What we see today in Horizon 4, including both superb offline and online sections, is incredible sound design for every single vehicle, and amazing visuals that are mixed with a beautiful change of seasons. All are examples that other developers can use for their future titles,” said BaziCenter (MetaCritic). Overall “Forza Horizon 4” is an amazing video game for any Xbox or PC gamers and they will definitely not be disappointed with the package that comes in this 2018 game. “I mean just because it’s an Xbox exclusive doesn’t mean you can’t play with other people, It’s only exclusive to Xbox and PC, I would definitely recommend it as far as Microsoft games go,” said Ruben Rivera, sophomore.