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Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition

by Microsoft
Xbox One
Everyone
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (226 customer reviews)

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  • Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition includes the Limited Edition Car Pack, VIP membership, Day One Car Pack, Car Tokens, collectible Limited Edition packaging, SteelBook Blu-Ray case, and decal sheet.
  • Never Race Alone: By learning how you and your friends drive, the power of the cloud delivers real human behavior
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  • Fast and Fair Multiplayer: With Smart Match and trade; matchmaking and Xbox Live dedicated servers, experience epic, fast and competitive multiplayer perfectly suited to your skill and style
  • Unprecedented Visual Realism: A new graphics engine recreates thousands of physically-based materials at a level of precision never before possible; the play of light on a perfect coat of paint, the texture of handstitched leather and brushed metal, the history written onto scratched rotors and worn concrete. A world of speed, beauty and danger real enough to touch

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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00EN1IF7C
  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 22, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (226 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,915 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Where Dreams are Driven

Forza Motorsport 5 is a cinematic automotive journey starring the world’s greatest cars and tracks. Built from the ground up to take advantage of Xbox One and the vast power of the cloud, no game better delivers the wide-eyed thrill of racing.

Never Race Alone

By learning how you and your friends drive, the power of the cloud delivers real human behavior. Drivatar technology creates an ever-evolving network of opponents who are always ready to race. Real tendencies, real mistakes, real victories.

Unprecedented Visual Realism

A new graphics engine recreates thousands of physically-based materials at a level of precision never before possible; the play of light on a perfect coat of paint, the texture of hand-stitched leather and brushed metal, the history written onto scratched rotors and worn concrete. The definitive next-generation graphics engine delivers stunningly realistic visuals in 1080p resolution at 60 frames-per-second. A world of speed, beauty and danger real enough to touch.

Your Ultimate Car Fantasy

Own and race the cars of your dreams. Truly feel what it’s like to own the world’s most exclusive cars in an experience that brings you closer than ever to the history, craftsmanship, and potential of every car in the game. From purpose-built race cars to classic sports cars to modern tuners, every car features a customized career true to its heritage.

Fast and Fair Multiplayer

With Smart Match matchmaking and Xbox Live dedicated servers, experience epic, fast, and competitive multiplayer perfectly suited to your skill and style.


Limited Edition

With multiple car packs, VIP membership privileges, and packed-in content, the Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition is the ultimate package. The Limited Edition features the all-new 2014 Audi RS 7 Sportback in addition to three digital content packs. Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition owners will receive a custom Steelbook case; Forza Motorsport 5, Xbox One, and Audi window decals; and 1,250 car tokens (a $9.99 value) that will allow Limited Edition owners instant access to any car in the game.

The cars featured in the Limited Edition Car Pack and the Day One Edition Car Pack have been customized with unique Xbox One liveries and feature custom tunes designed by the developers at Turn 10 to improve performance above their stock counterparts. The stock versions of these cars will also be available on disc.

Limited Edition Car Pack
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This five-car pack features new cars that are already destined for legendary status. Each car in the Limited Edition Car Pack will feature a Limited Edition livery and will be tuned to the top of its respective class.

  • 2011 Audi RS 3 Sportback — More than a mere grocery-getter, the RS 3 Sportback marries performance with practicality. The result is a 340-horsepower grin-generator that will paste your head to the back of the seat and not crack a single egg in the process.
  • 2012 Aston Martin Vanquish — As comfortable on the track as it is on cozy country lanes, the Aston Martin Vanquish is equal parts refined style and snarling, road-taming grit.
  • 2013 Ford M Shelby Mustang GT500 — While the GT500’s aggressive lines suggest raw power and straight-line speed to spare, the sound of that big 5.8-liter V8 simply screams, “Get out of the way!”
  • 2013 McLaren P1 — The successor to McLaren’s legendary F1, the McLaren P1 is an automotive highlight reel: technological innovation, gorgeous contours, and pure, unapologetic performance. Epic, legendary, astounding – words tend to fail when describing this car’s limitless potential.
  • 2013 SRT Viper GTS — The return of the Viper has been celebrated by automotive fans worldwide. With an 8.4-liter V10 that’s capable of pushing the GTS to a top speed north of 200 mph, the 2013 Viper GTS has once again firmly entrenched its spot near the top of the American Muscle hierarchy.
VIP Membership

Forza Motorsport 5 VIPs enjoy exclusive benefits, including double player reward acceleration, access to exclusive multiplayer events, an exclusive in-game player card badge, and in-game gifts from the Forza community team.* VIPs will also have access to the VIP Car Pack featuring five amazing cars.

  • 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C — Marketed as “the fastest streetcar in the world,” the 427 S/C is the most desirable of all the Shelby Cobra variants. Out of the 100 that were planned only 53 were built. They are nothing less than a purpose-built race car converted at the last minute for street use.
  • 1987 RUF CTR Yellowbird — Dubbed the “Yellowbird” by journalists during a test drive event, the 1987 RUF CTR Yellowbird earns its name thanks to the canary-like chirping of its twin turbo blow-off valve. Just 29 of these cherished classics were built.
  • 1991 Mazda #55 787B — One of the most beloved race cars of all time, the 787B holds the distinction as being Japan’s only winner of a 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Featuring a brash green and orange livery and an unmistakable screaming Wankel rotary engine, the 787B continues to inspire more than 20 years after its debut.
  • 2011 Ford F150 SVT Raptor — Say hello to your rear view mirror's worst nightmare. The Raptor is essentially a factory-built pre-runner race truck with suspension to match its under-the-hood muscle. Slide it, jump it, whatever you like — it just begs for more.
  • 2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport — Even among hypercars, the Veyron Super Sport stands alone. After all, this is the car that currently holds the Guinness record for “World’s Fastest Car” at speeds approaching 270 mph.
Day One Car Pack
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This three-car pack features amazing cars from Lamborghini, Audi, and Ford; each with a Day One-themed livery and custom tuning package.

  • 2010 Audi TT RS Coupe — Stuffed stem to stern with modern tech, the TT RS is the first TT model to carry Audi’s famed RS badge — a distinction that’s earned on the track from the moment you step on the gas.
  • 2013 Ford Focus ST — Debuting with the same 247-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine from the much larger Ford Explorer SUV, the new Ford Focus ST packs a serious punch.
  • 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera — Like great sculpture, the Superleggera’s chiseled form is carefully considered for maximum impact. That’s where the similarities end, however, because this work of art is best appreciated when it’s moving at top speed.

* Requires paid Xbox Live Gold subscription for online multiplayer features.


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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Microtransactions... sigh November 27, 2013
REVIEW UPDATE: 4/9/2014
I have updated my review from 2 stars to 4 stars. This is because Turn 10 has actively listened and responded to fan feedback, and has made changes.

These changes include:
- Adjusted career winnings.
- Reduced car prices.
- Increased "Forza Rewards" money.
- Road America track download for FREE.
- Long Beach Circuit track download for FREE.

As a result of these changes, the game required much less grinding to build up your garage. Buying tokens now feels like an optional shortcut instead of a necessity. It feels less like the "free-to-play" business model that it did before.

I'd like to give the game a 5 star rating, but the microtransaction monetization scheme is still present... even if it much less obnoxious now.

ORIGINAL REVIEW:

Turn 10 and Microsoft are charging $60 - $80 for Forza 5, depending on the version you get. However, despite the full price tag, they are treating this like a "free-to-play" game. As it aggressively pushes for microtransactions.

You might hear a lot of players say "Oh, you don't need to buy tokens!" And they're right, you don't NEED to, but the game has been designed from the ground up to milk extra cash out of you.

Proof:
- The storefront is gone
- The auction house is gone
- Gifting cars to your friends is gone
- Sharing your cars in a Club is gone
- Earning cars as level rewards is gone
- Affinity bonuses don't get you free parts anymore
- You can't sell cars back for money anymore
- You can't sell parts back for money anymore

The end result of these changes is this:
Getting new cars is a LOT more time consuming.
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203 of 237 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Forza Motorsport 5 = GREED November 26, 2013
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Do NOT buy this game! Yes, it looks great. BUT, this time around, it's all about microtransactions. All those cars that are listed that you're going to get for an extra $20 as part of the limited edition...you can't touch them until you BUY them in-game. Remember how in FM4 you could just hop into any car in Free Play and blast it around the track? That feature is gone.

So how do you "buy" them in-game? Two ways:

1) You win races and earn credits. However, they have severely tweaked the payouts from previous titles in the series. Most races will net you 3,000-5,000 credits. That shiny Lotus F1 car you want to drive? It cost 6,000,000 in-game credits. At that price, you'll have to drive 1200 races to be able to afford just that car!

Or

2) You buy them with "tokens." How do you get tokens? You buy them. With real money. So sure. You can just buy that F1 car right? Yup. For 10,000 tokens. No problem, you say, the LCE comes with 1250 tokens! And, it says right there on the amazon page that people (suckers) who buy the LCE will get "1,250 car tokens (a $9.99 value) that will allow Limited Edition owners instant access to any car in the game." Well, turns out that that is a COMPLETE LIE. As you can deduce, spending 1250 tokens on a car that costs 10,000 tokens leaves me OVER 8,000 tokens short. Gosh, stop whining, you say. Just buy the extra tokens so you can buy your silly F1 car. Price for those 8,000 in-game tokens in real world dollars? $99.

Yup. You read that right. $99 for 8,000 tokens. But wait, there's more!

You said the car costs 10,000 tokens, right? Sure did.
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178 of 212 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this stripped money grab. November 25, 2013
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I have been a huge fan in the past and this is the only reason I bought an Xbox One. I have multiple copies of each release in the Forza Motorsport series. I bought all the DLC, usually multiple time to use on multiple Xboxes. Never again.

This is a huge rip off compared to previous versions of the game. I knew going in the cars and tracks had been gutted compared to previous versions, but figured DLC would make it up. Microsoft and Turn 10 are not getting another dime. Many of the social aspects have been cut: no storefront, auction house, gifting or car clubs. There are more things missing than are offset by the improved graphics. Forza 5 is a shell of what it should have been.

Micro-transactions are everywhere and the racing winnings are such a trickle I doubt I'll ever be able to buy the most expensive cars in the game. Forza 4 had microtransactions for buying cars and I was okay with that. 3 tokens bought the most expensive car in the game, and the tokens only cost a couple dollars. The rate went up a little in Forza Horizon, but this time it's skyrocketed. The most expensive cars in the game will cost you $80 in real world currency each. I find this insulting and I'm voting with my wallet. I got suckered into buying a preorder, before these issue became apparent don't make the same mistake.

I find this bad enough I bought a PS3 and am now waiting for GT6 in a couple weeks. Turn 10 has it's work cut out if they expect me to buy the next version.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Racing good, menus bad. November 26, 2013
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This is a difficult game to rate and review. I could try to sum it up with "Racing good, menus bad," but that doesn't quite capture everything that needs saying.

First off, the good is good. Racing is a joy. The graphics in this game are downright beautiful. It makes Forza 4 look a little flat. The new opponent system with drivatars is a welcome change to the mechanical AI that always took the line or every so often made a blatantly scripted mistake. At lower difficulty levels the drivatars are pretty poor drivers, but they get better as you go up in difficulty. This adds a much more dynamic feel to the game and makes passing something more of a challenge as you determine how the car in front of you acts. The feedback in the triggers makes playing with a controller enjoyable. You can tell when you are on the throttle too hard and ease off until things smooth out. It's more like the feedback you get in a real car.

There have been a couple noticeable improvements to parts that aren't strictly racing. In rivals mode, you no longer have to end your lapping session to get a new rival. If you beat a rival the next rival gets set automatically, saving you from having to do another launch lap just to get up to speed. The use of liveries is also much improved. Buy a car and it will suggest a bunch of liveries you can use, no searching the storefronts required. Change them when you want. Oh, and the drivatars all pick out a livery to race with, so it isn't a field of manufacturer color cars anymore. It's a nice touch.

Outside of the racing, the rest of the game is a half cooked mess. Want to know which cars you own when you're buying a new one? Hope you wrote that down, because the icon showing it in your garage (that existed in every Forza past) is gone.
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