I love the Forza games, and I haven't really played other racing games since I first played Forza Motorsport 3. In FM3 and FM4 I play with simulation damage, but in this game, since the damage is purely cosmetic and doesn't affect gameplay, I turn it off. To me, this seems counter-intuitive to the way someone would normally play these games, in which you wouldn't mind damage that was cosmetic but would mind damage that affects your driving. My thought process is that if it doesn't matter, I'd rather my car look good, anybody else think like this?
I noticed something about the way I play these games with damage.
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