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Disability Game Review: Forza Motorsport 5
Forza Motorsport 5 has received mixed reviews since its launch alongside the Xbox One, but has finally been patched up and now offers an experience that feels far more definitive than it did prior to the patch. The initial version felt a bit like Project Gotham Racing 3 did on the 360's launch – a half-baked affair that wasn't bad, but it simply didn't feel complete. It also used a business model that wasn't very fair to players. Instead of gaining a new vehicle for each level gained with XP, you gained a paltry amount of XP that required a far greater investment of time to get a car – and gifted cars were a thing of the past. Instead, you were strongly encouraged to purchase vehicles using real money, which seems a bit nutty for a full $60 product.
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