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20/10/2012 FGTV: Forza 4 Reviewed Review
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Forza 4 (360) is a favourite with Dad alongside F1 2011 for the 3DS. In this week's Family Gamer TV we talk to a family about their current gaming loves, to see how Forza 4 is a dream title for car obsessives, Kinectimals is still going strong, Air Wings provides a great family distraction without competitive arguments and App Mates 2 mixes toy and videogame play without damaging the iPad's screen.

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Previously on FGTV...
Episode 2.1: Kinect Rush Review


Forza 4 Reviewed 360 Kinect Review

FGTV: Forza 4 Reviewed

Format:
360 Kinect

Genre:
Racing

Style:
Competitive

Other reviews:
Race Gamer (360)
Reporting Gamer (360)

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In This Week's Show

Forza 4 (360) is a favourite with Dad alongside F1 2011 for the 3DS. In this week's Family Gamer TV we talk to a family about their current gaming loves, to see how Forza 4 is a dream title for car obsessives, Kinectimals is still going strong, Air Wings provides a great family distraction without competitive arguments and App Mates 2 mixes toy and videogame play without damaging the iPad's screen.

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Andy Robertson appears in this podcast. "Videogame reviews for the whole family, not just the kids. I dig out videogame experiences to intrigue and interest grownups and children. This is post-hardcore gaming where accessibility, emotion and storytelling are as important as realism, explosions and bravado."


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