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Forza Horizon 3 Logitech G Car Pack Review

Posted on December 7, 2016 by Rectify Gaming

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Forza horizon 3 recently got a December DLC Car Pack “Logitech G Car Pack” being its official title, and given the clues this month it wasnt easy to make guesses on what the potential DLC cars could of been. You can read what i believed were the next dlc cars linked here ( and judging by my answers, you can tell it was a tough decision on choosing what i honestly felt were solid answers. That being said, im surprised with the decisions of cars chosen for this DLC pack and happy to say that they finally have brought back one of the most underrated cars in Forza Motorsport 4 released way back in October 11th, 2011 The 1992 Toyota Supra MK3 (Being a different year and motor) But still the same chassis i was ecstatic to get my hands back on the magnificent car it was portrayed to be all these years. That being said, Here is my Small, to the point review of each car without full detail, and if you want abit more detail you can watch the Review i did for the DLC pack and get a visual representation of all the cars and abit more detail on how i feel personally about the cars. The video will be located at the end of this Typed up, Shorter version of this review.
2014 Morgan 3 Wheeler
The Morgan 3 Wheeler, Nothing like the reliant robin it is very stable for a three wheel car (stock) and can be swapped with a motorcycle engine for more power. It is a very unique feeling using a car so small and out of the ordinary, and i look forward to the creativity of Playground games Car choices and branch out of there comfort zone. Overall its a unique car to have in your collection just to be diffrent, Fairly stable for a 3 Wheel car and very fun to throw around the desert for some good old fashion fun.
1965 Pontiac GTO


The 1965 Pontiac GTO, oh how a classic car can make you feel classy using. Stock 4 Speed transmission, Decent amount of horsepower, but if you try to corner at high speed you will not make it out alive. The GTO is a fantastic looking car, and its visually stunning, but its an old classic car so its best purpose is cruising, and drag racing. Who doesn’t like a high horsepower classic car?
2015 Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept
A Bentley concept car, it doesn’t get any better than this for visuals. Oh how beautiful this car looks inside and out, the interior is futuristic and it shows what Bentley is capable of. The sound of this beast of a motor is one of the nicest, smoothest sounds when cruising but when you go full throttle it wakes up and sounds like a beast.
2017 Jaguar F-Pace S
Jaguar has made an suv that feels like a sports car, yes its very heavy and not super fast but it has the cornering of a sports car, it sounds amazing and can also be turned into a Rallycross truck and speed through the dunes.
1996 HSV GTS R 
Visually, its definitely an old spec car from 1996, the HSV GTS R Sounds better than it looks, but it can for sure be a sleeper drag car, or even a rally car since it is well planted and actually fairly fast. It’s appearance can make you question the capability of the car and be astonished at the capability of it.
2017 Mercedes AMG GT R
The best sounds car of the pack for sure, definitely a power hungry vehicle and looks gorgeous going down the long mountainous Australian roads. Winding roads, A loud Mercedes, and your buddies terrorizing the streets can lead to a fun, yet destructive mayhem. One of the most grip based cars in the game, making it feel like it belongs on a Forza Motorsport Game.
1992 Toyota Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo
Now on to my favorite car, The holy grail of the pack personally. The Toyota Supra is such an iconic name when its heard around the automotive community, its everyone’s dream car and just stunning to look at and drive. Its a great all around car, drifting, grip racing, drag racing, Even rally cross. Probably one of my favorite DLC cars so far just because i am so attached to it.
The DLC pack is a solid pack, There is a variety of cars for many different types of play styles, in general the DLC is well worth the money, it’s solid but rough on the edges i feel like some of the cars will become untouched sooner than most because there isn’t alot of use for some of them.

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