Classic Game Room HD reviews FORZA Motorsport 3 for Xbox 360. Forza 3 is the huge sequel to the immensely popular Forza 2 which was released in 2007. This CGR review of Forza 3 has gameplay from Forza 3 showing game play of cars in Forza 3 on Xbox 360 in HD. Numerous makes and models, dozens of tracks and car customization "Forza" style, Forza 3 packs a lot of content but differs little from Forza 2. Visually the game is a bit disappointing with stale graphics, sloppy backgrounds and stereotypical weather effects. This is 2009 and they can do better. Need for Speed Shift did better and I expected more from Forza 3. As CGR is an avid Forza 2 fan there's a bit of hair splitting disappointment with Forza 3, but it's still an amazing game packing hours and weeks of gameplay. The graphics creation program is relatively similar except this time you can design on a white clipboard rather than just on the hood of the car. Numerous new cars are in the game like the Nissan 370 Z, numerous old cars are in the game like the old school Chevrolet Camaro. Most of your favorite tracks from the previous game return, a nice cockpit view is added and collision damage is as much fun as it ever was. A crappy rewind feature was inserted to make Forza 3 more casual and I felt it was generally easier all around. Fans of the series may feel like they've seen it all before, others may not care and soak up the cockpit view and new tracks. In any event, Forza 3 delivers a lot of driving on Xbox 360.