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The game has cars in it. Cars are awesome. That's basically all the game has going for it. The drift zones are a nightmare. The speed traps and zones could be fun, but since the game has roads that are basically shaped like a roller coaster, you can't do much. Graphics aren't an improvement from Horizon 3. The environment of the map is either a giant mountain, dense forest, or a grassland. Multiplayer is a glitchy sad mess that was barely put together properly. The wheelspins are the worst thing about the game. About half the time you win flamboyant nonesense like boots, hats, gloves, emotes, horns, and other useless garbage. Truly, I probably could have left some random review about nothing, and Turn 10 still would never look at a single review or change anything to include things that people ACTUALLY want in the game. You still can't sell cars. Unlike in Horizon 3, there is zero discount on buying cars or upgrades. The auction is still a stupid mess with people sniping bids at the last moment, but the game is too glitchy to bid fast enough to prevent this from happening. The menu is a confusing mess. I hope Horizon 5 (if there ever is one) will be better, otherwise I don't see things franchise going anywhere. Most people on the reviews dislike some major aspect of the game. However, on the Xbox Microsoft store, Turn 10 has tampered with the reviews to make the game sound amazing, when it isn't.