It isnt perfect,but for what it is this game is right on point. They really tried to bring a bit of the nfs world or midnight club feal to the Forza stable,and I give them credit for that. The game does lack the depth of roads and tracks and cars that a normal Forza title brings but again,this one was meant to be more of an arcade style departure,you know that right away when you find you cant custom tune the car for the race,sure ya add the parts and paint it and design it as crazy as most other forza games but the lack of tuning lets ya know this is something different. The thumpy techno music gets old but like in most racing games I insert my usb jump drive with my music and just play that over the games sound effects and that works just fine for me. It does suck not having the huge stable you usually get with a forza title and it is also annoying at how many of the cars are dlc cars,but,if you have played other entries you do get a nice boost in inventory from your previous saves from forza4. So,this game wont be liked by most people expecting a true forza game,but what you do get is a beautifully crafted arcade like experience with an almost complete sim polish to it,and in my book isnt bad. If you dont like what they did there are always the nfs games or forza4 and im sure forza5 will be coming out with the new xbox.
There could be more vehicles to choose from but the dlc will make up for that. Took me just under 21 hrs to complete everything besides the rally portion, since you gotta buy it to play it. I would buy that only if i buy the game but i'm not gonna get because it's not that fun once you beat the game, besides online fun but i can do that in FM4.