This is your racing game on drugs

E sports. 

Drugs and driving don't go together. Unless you're blissed out in the passenger seat of a Citroen Saxo listening to Spacemen 3 while the glorious English countryside rushes by. Generally, though, it's best to keep the two well apart.

When they do collide, though, it can be a joyous mess, as evidenced by the beautiful chaos that happens when someone discovered Forza Motorsport 6: Apex on PC doesn't play nice with Intel integrated graphics. The results are sublime, like the dying moments of 2001: A Space Odyssey fused spectacularly with Vanishing Point.

My God, it's full of cars.

I would play this game. Unfortunately, a recent driver update fixed the issue, meaning all we're left with are these wonderful hazy memories of what once was.

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