EarlyGame is here to bring a smile to your face by showing you this 93-year-old Forza player, that plays the game like he's a young pro. Watch him play Forza Motorsport 7 like he’s been doing it all his life… which he kind of has. More on that now.
The man we’re talking about in this article is Ryuji Urabe. He plays Forza Motorsport 7 like he’s been doing so all his life – and there’s a reason for that. Urabe is a former taxi driver… from Tokyo. So, you got a taxi driver + the streets of Tokyo = crazy driving knowledge. That's probably why he plays Forza Motorsport 7 like it's a piece of cake (and I'm saying this as a 20+ year old who can't keep the car on the racing track when I turn).
How did this even happen, though? How come we are talking about this?
Well, Urabe’s grandson figured that his 93-year-old racing grandpa could use some fun at home, and so he bought him Forza Motorsport 7, a racing wheel and a monitor. As one does. And because this is a scene that should be shared with the world, and we live in 2021 where everything gets uploaded on social media, he did:
You don’t have to be a fan of Forza. You don’t have to be a fan of racing games. Hell, you don’t even have to be a fan of gaming, but this video is bound to make you smile. Anyone that is close to someone that’s older knows how important it is to see them smile wholeheartedly every once in a while and that happiness that Ryuji Urabe is experiencing in this video will make your day.
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Anyway, check out Urabe’s grandson’s YouTube Channel for more wholesome content of the 93-year-old Forza Motorsport 7 pro. It’ll make any bad day a little better.
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