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Forza Motorsport 7 review

 

I will play Forza Motorsport 7 for years, but I will never drive all of its 700-something cars. I won't drive every circuit under every possible weather condition, or during every night and day variation. I won't ever turn off all the driver-assists or know how to properly homologate vehicles on my own, which is an actual thing. Instead, I'll continue my quest to catch them all (the vans, specifically), tricking them out with anime liveries and critiquing their intricate dashboard designs.

Forza Motorsport 7 is so vast and all-encompassing that not only can I turn it into a stupid game about vans, I can also make it a game about conquering my van obsession and finally learning how to drive cool sports cars. It's simultaneously a goofy car toybox and a semi-serious driving simulation. It'll rock your expensive wheel controllers to and fro and teach you about physics, inertia, and sweet shiny chrome. Or you can treat Forza like Mario Kart, bashing into every veh

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