Gran Turismo 5: Prologue
Hard type of the game.
For what u do in the game is easy and at certain times . Most people like to run around on the car many times. In this game it gives u many penalty for what u do . To me the game is good on experience gamers.
When i bought this game, i thought is was the real GT5 but it wasn't. I played it and was amazed on how it was a short demo for what the real GT5 was going to look like. The Cars and tracks were good too.
stupid gt5 game ever!!!!!
its ok but their is no online we can waite for the new gt5 so this game is more cooler then gt5 prol
If you like customizing and racing waste of time.
There is no tuning or customizing your cars and that is just not acceptable.
Wanted more of GTPrologue
Good but tooooo short game, if I knew it first I wouldnt bought it. Very good graphics and its close reality but thats all
dont worry GT5 will be out on 11/24/10
yeah so i really got punk'd into buying this when it came out overall the graphics are good but we can all wait for GT5 to come out.
It's All About Details
First, I just want to say this game is extremely realistic. Detail is the name of the game. You can tell that Sony put a lot of work into this game. Okay, first the challenge is very hard; I don't know if I stink at this game, or it is how hard the tracks are. Next, the controls are just like any other racing game besides Need For Speed. For GT you simply just hold onto the X button. Third, the graphics are out of this world amazing. The cars look so real it is like you are standing in front of them. Also, the detail is amazing. The only bad part of the graphics, are the fans. They do not shine out in this game. Fourth, the interface is alright, although it could be better. Next the sound is great. For example, if you crash into something the sound will be just like you got in a car crash. Now the track variety ,is okay. There are not many tracks, but they have unbelievable detail again. Seventh, the vehicle customization is very good. Lastly, the vehicle variety is horrible. There are a little amount of cars and for each brand of cars, there is only 2 cars. Anyway, this game is extremely good, and I would suggest that you buy it. Also, look at the new Gran Turismo; it looks even better than this.
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
I’ve been reading some of the reviews for this particular product, and have noticed that some people have been tearing down Gran Turismo 5 Prologue based off of several factors; so I decided to write a review that should help some of those questionable people out there. To begin, one must understand that this isn’t the full game that the Gran Turismo team is working on, but rather it should be treated something more like a teaser, showcasing a variety of awesome qualities that will be expanded and pounded out to perfection in the pending Gran Turismo 5 release (which I’ve heard was in the fourth quarter; December twenty-ninth, though I’ve no way of knowing if this is true). What Gran Turismo has always done is give a good variety (though this is only a showcase type, the variety isn’t as vast) and also give you astounding beauty of the courses, cars, and other minor details generally over-looked. The tuning features have also been amplified to now include drift settings, so for those wishing to bridge this gap, tweak your car to match those conditions. Like most of the franchise, you’re given a very small amount of money and sent out to buy a car before beginning racing; unfortunately, there are only forty different events (the challenge is pretty high in the later events), so the game can be pretty short. This is the gameplay, but in actuality it’s not. Where the joy and beauty of this game truly shine is the realism of driving the cars; each is different and now the different quirks are more noticeable than any previous title, and from what I’ve seen, any other top racing game to date. Also, the cockpit view is the most accurate and well-designed piece that I’ve seen from any racing title; you get the sense that you’re in the car which they somehow get across through your television screen. For instance, your Ford GT will handle much more different than your Nissan Skyline; trust me, there’s no mistaking it either. For those wishing to “amp up” their game experience, go out and buy yourself a good racing wheel type of controller (if you’re uncertain about what’s out there, I’ve written a review over the Driving Force GT; a fine place to start). Overall, the game’s short due to the nature of the title, but the gameplay is highly enjoyable due to the realism and the focused priority of displaying different personalities of each car on the tracks given to you. Satisfactory, and preferably, I’d rather have this sitting in my archive than Dirt, Grid, or Need for Speed Undercover. Yes, despite it being short, the racing aspect is just that great.
good game but not excellent
This game is good for a racing person but when i saw the game was goin to come out i was excited but when i got it it was good but not perfect. I like the car selection a good amount of cars ...i mean a great amount of cars. the sound is excellent but the problem came to be the online and the dislike interest of little tracks not that much tracks but the tracks that were given were good. Overall the game to me was a good investment because know i know that i should try the demo for the next gran tourismo thats coming out which is Gran tourismo 5. I hope this time the game is going to be better because i have gran tourismo 3 and 4 on my ps2 and they were really good and i dont want to stop buying these games because im a fan of gran tourismo. Like i said the game is good but could be better but i still like it. (:(:(:
Well, let's be straight: Not enough cars, not enough tracks, let's treat it like a demo. Graphics: Stunning, simply put ! The models are nice, and the textures are vibrant. Except for the grass but, look at the cars ! The scenery and background are also equally stunning, just like GT4. You can see that Polyphony puts ALOTS of effort into the game. Sounds: Well, It's OK. I prefer the sounds of Gran Turismo 2. (yes, youve read that right). It sounds way more realistic/ like real cars. Since Gran Turismo 3, It feels like all the cars have "electronic" sounds. Gameplay: Speed run, Lapping, Drifting... You can do it all !! It's quite impressive. The cars handles well too. I didnt tried the steering wheel, However. Vehicule Customization: Good choices of parts, but lacks tuning and swap engine. Overall, this is a great demo. I'm sure Polyphony will offers way better stuff when the real GT5 will be released.