2017 marks one of the biggest and most exciting years from video games, and that extends to the racing genre specifically. In addition to a new entry in the Forza Motorsport franchise, one that supports the latest and greatest in console hardware (the Xbox One X), there’s a Project Cars sequel, a new Gran Turismo game, and after a year off the market, EA and developer Ghost Games have brought back the Need For Speed series with Need For Speed Payback.

Given the mixed reactions to the PS4 exclusive Gran Turismo Sport, the awful progression system Forza Motorsport 7 is killing itself with, and the niche nature of Project Cars ...

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