If there's one word that Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios thought best described Forza Motorsport 3 five separate times, it was "definitive." As in Forza 3 will be the definitive racing game of this generation.
Turn 10's competition Polyphony Digital may take issue with that, should it ever get Gran Turismo 5 out the door, but looking at new screens of Forza 3 in action, the "real driving simulator" folks at least have to agree that the Xbox 360 racing game looks damn good.
Forza Motorsport 3 packs in more than 400 "fully customisable and tunable" cars from 50 manufacturers and 100-plus real world tracks, which are big numbers. New locations include the Montserrat region in Spain, the rugged Amalfi Coast in Italy and the American Southwest.
Also new is the single-player season mode, which puts players through "a completely personalised racing calendar that includes more than 200 different events, including Circuit, Oval, Drag, Drift and Timed Events." Another big number! Better yet, here's a big helping of screens.