Sony’s Gran Turismo may be a the best racing simulation ever but Microsoft has come up with a racing simulation which has almost subverted the Gran Turismo regime called the Forza Motorsport 3. Forza Motorsport 3 is real racer but what really pushes this game is it accessibility, making a hardcore simulation racing title playable by most of casual fans. If offers a pretty easy career mode but filled with enormous challenge. Set the tuning as you desire or you can auto-tune your car, all depends on you and speaking of depending on you, you can start either from simple point-and-go system or from most physics-driven sim.
For a Motorsport 3 offers more than 400 vehicles and the funny thing is all of them are unlocked although you have to earn enough credits to purchase them still you don’t have to do a hectic job of unlocking vehicles. Forza 3 sort of goes antithesis to racing game conventions, normally you start off with a carped slow paced car and then work your way to upper class but that’s not the case with Forza 3.
And even if you are to drive lower class cars still they are so much fun to play with. After playing Forza 3 endlessly I still sometimes go to class D or E cars for some races. And that is largely because of the enhanced physics of this game.