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Submitted by dotarray 466d ago | review

Forza Motorsport 5 Review [Player Attack]

Jonny Robot writes for Player Attack:
So, the next generation of gaming machines is upon us and with it Turn 10’s race bred pedigree, Forza Motorsport 5. When I popped this into my Xbox One, I recoiled in fear, expecting my senses to be assaulted, nay obliterated, by the screeching of tires and heavy, tub-thumping beats but I was wrong. It starts not with the roar of engines or with the whine of superchargers but instead a delicate orchestral score, showcasing beautifully rendered locations and historic tracks, intercut with spectacular marvels of engineering... that I will soon most likely be writing off in spectacular fashion! (Forza Motorsport 5, Xbox One) -

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