Forget about the rest of the year — the biggest Xbox One game of 2018 just arrived: “Forza Horizon 4” is now available.
Like “Forza Horizon 3” before it, “Forza Horizon 4” sets a new standard in the racing genre. It’s more attractive than the last game, it’s got a better flow than the last game, and it’s got the same excellent driving that “Horizon” fans have come to expect.
It is, in many ways, more of the same — but it’s more of something really good.
Whether you’re a fan of games like “Need for Speed,” “Burnout,” “Gran Turismo” or even “Mario Kart,” there’s something for you in “Forza Horizon 4.” That’s because it’s not just the best racing game available — it’s also the most accessible. Better still: It happens to be a great game, regardless of the whole “driving” bit.
With its first iteration of The Frame, Samsung produced a television that rendered itself practically invisible when placed in standby mode, with its minimalistic design and ability to display a curated selection of artworks instead of the huge black rectangle that most tellies become when not in use. Now, Samsung is bringing an updated, second...
A rainforest is thriving in one of the most unlikely places: Amazon’s campus in downtown Seattle. It’s called the Spheres, and it’s a trio of massive glass domes that sit amid Amazon’s business center. The Spheres are intended to serve as a space for Amazon employees to work and collaborate with their colleagues, all while...