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Gran Turismo 3: A Spec (PS2) - PlayStation2

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The most eagerly awaited PlayStation 2 game of 2001 is finally here. It's about motor ... more

racing, it's called Gran Turismo 3: A Spec, and
it's utterly superb. Much has been made of the
appearance of Sony's flagship title on the PS2.
Detractors have complained it has fewer cars than
GT2, it only has a couple of extra tracks and it's
really no more than an update. But then it's easy
to knock it before you've tried it. To be fair the
detractors have a point and for the seriously
hardcore driving fan "only" 183 possible vehicles
might be a bit of an issue, but to the vast
majority of racing gamers GT3 will be a fabulous
gaming experience and will really prove what the
PlayStation 2 is capable of. In essence, GT3 is a
series of sub-games combined by a motoring theme.
There are driving licences to gain which open
access to racing events, which in turn provide
cash to buy bigger and better motors. There's a
full arcade section in which it's possible to
choose from a pre-determined selection of cars and
tracks on time trials, first-past-the-post and
free-run races and there's a huge section of game
time devoted to tuning and maintaining your garage
of racing machines. Graphically, this is the
best-looking PS2 title yet. It's crisp, smooth,
frighteningly quick and there's no invisible
scenery in evidence. Lighting effects are truly
awesome--wait 'til you see the setting sun of
Laguna Seca--and the engine sounds are
ear-burstingly impressive. Control is smooth and
precise; the DualShock controller is used to good
effect but playing with a suitable steering wheel
adds a whole new dimension to things. A number of
top-name bands have their musical wares shoehorned
into the soundtrack so expect the company of Ash,
Feeder and others to keep you company during the
long hours of gawping at

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The most eagerly awaited PlayStation 2 game of 2001 is finally here. It's about motor ... more

racing, it's called Gran Turismo 3: A Spec, and
it's utterly superb. Much has been made of the
appearance of Sony's flagship title on the PS2.
Detractors have complained it has fewer cars than
GT2, it only has a couple of extra tracks and it's
really no more than an update. But then it's easy
to knock it before you've tried it. To be fair the
detractors have a point and for the seriously
hardcore driving fan "only" 183 possible vehicles
might be a bit of an issue, but to the vast
majority of racing gamers GT3 will be a fabulous
gaming experience and will really prove what the
PlayStation 2 is capable of. In essence, GT3 is a
series of sub-games combined by a motoring theme.
There are driving licences to gain which open
access to racing events, which in turn provide
cash to buy bigger and better motors. There's a
full arcade section in which it's possible to
choose from a pre-determined selection of cars and
tracks on time trials, first-past-the-post and
free-run races and there's a huge section of game
time devoted to tuning and maintaining your garage
of racing machines. Graphically, this is the
best-looking PS2 title yet. It's crisp, smooth,
frighteningly quick and there's no invisible
scenery in evidence. Lighting effects are truly
awesome--wait 'til you see the setting sun of
Laguna Seca--and the engine sounds are
ear-burstingly impressive. Control is smooth and
precise; the DualShock controller is used to good
effect but playing with a suitable steering wheel
adds a whole new dimension to things. A number of
top-name bands have their musical wares shoehorned
into the soundtrack so expect the company of Ash,
Feeder and others to keep you company during the
long hours of gawping at the TV. Playing GT3, you
get the feeling that the PS2 is finally starting
to show its worth. This is professional games
software of the highest quality. Buy it now. You
know you want to. --Chris Russell

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The most eagerly awaited PlayStation 2 game of 2001 is finally here. It's about motor ... more

racing, it's called Gran Turismo 3: A Spec, and
it's utterly superb. Much has been made of the
appearance of Sony's flagship title on the PS2.
Detractors have complained it has fewer cars than
GT2, it only has a couple of extra tracks and it's
really no more than an update. But then it's easy
to knock it before you've tried it. To be fair the
detractors have a point and for the seriously
hardcore driving fan "only" 183 possible vehicles
might be a bit of an issue, but to the vast
majority of racing gamers GT3 will be a fabulous
gaming experience and will really prove what the
PlayStation 2 is capable of. In essence, GT3 is a
series of sub-games combined by a motoring theme.
There are driving licences to gain which open
access to racing events, which in turn provide
cash to buy bigger and better motors. There's a
full arcade section in which it's possible to
choose from a pre-determined selection of cars and
tracks on time trials, first-past-the-post and
free-run races and there's a huge section of game
time devoted to tuning and maintaining your garage
of racing machines. Graphically, this is the
best-looking PS2 title yet. It's crisp, smooth,
frighteningly quick and there's no invisible
scenery in evidence. Lighting effects are truly
awesome--wait 'til you see the setting sun of
Laguna Seca--and the engine sounds are
ear-burstingly impressive. Control is smooth and
precise; the DualShock controller is used to good
effect but playing with a suitable steering wheel
adds a whole new dimension to things. A number of
top-name bands have their musical wares shoehorned
into the soundtrack so expect the company of Ash,
Feeder and others to keep you company during the
long hours of gawping at

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Community Level 5ndf9876

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She drives me crazy....

AdvantagesEasily accessible yet complex enough to appeal to a wide audience

DisadvantagesNot enough cars, too few tracks, can get repetitive

"GT…two little letters that, some might argue, separate the normal, humdrum, everyday motor car, from the elite, the pinnacle of engineering, the most tub-thumping driving experience you’re ever going to have. A ‘GT’ badge on the back of your car symbolises something, it makes a statement about your car and, more importantly, its owner…. GT actually stands for ‘Gran Turismo’. The publishers, Polyphony Digital, ..." Read review
09.03.2004

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This Gran's still rockin'...

AdvantagesLooks divine, faultless game-engine, incredible speed and smoothness, fantastic track-design and huge lifespan

DisadvantagesStill too much emphasis on licence tests, less cars than in previous instalments, only two new circuits, A.I still a bit suspect

"The original Gran Turismo, released back in 1998 on the PSOne, was a remarkable piece of software. Not only dwarfing Namco’s brilliant Ridge Racer franchise, it dragged the racing genre back to the very forefront of console gaming. With its now-trademark glossy visuals, incredible depth and design, it became an instant classic. Gran Turismo 2 continued the good work when it hit our shores in early 2000, but by this point people were immediately ..." Read review
25.01.2005

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Community Level 7stuleg

stuleg

GRAN TURISMO É MAGNIFICO Review with images

AdvantagesSimply the best console racing game there is

DisadvantagesNot one

" Maybe few of us gamers realised it at the time, but December 1997 was to mark a pivotal moment in the evolution of gaming as we knew it. An unknown game developer named Kazunori Yamauchi set about creating a different kind of racing game, a game where the cars looked and performed as they would in the real world and the scenery at the various race track locations looked lifelike and believable. This game was called Gran Turismo and was available on ..." Read review
28.02.2005

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Community Level 2hackedoff

hackedoff

Happy Bday GT3!!

AdvantagesEndless gameplay, a classic

DisadvantagesYou will never complete it!

"As I can hardly contain my excitement (no really i can't I've had to install a piss bag! Sorry!) waiting for GT4 I thought I'd write a review for the best driving game ever (NB: change at Xmas for GT4). And at the end of this month my beloved GT3 will be 3 years old. So Yey! Anyway for those that don't know GT3 is the outstanding driving simulation game from Polyphony, which follows on from GT and GT2 originally on Playstation original. It was ..." Read review
09.06.2004

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Community Level 2Xander24

Xander24

Driving into the Sublime

AdvantagesRead op

DisadvantagesRead op

"Now I would class myself as a cynical gamer. I scoff at the Canadians releasing FIFA 2008, and even laugh in derision when Peter Molyneux keeps the gullible populace on the edge of their seats waiting for a glorified Pokemon game. But for some reason my appitite for Gran Turismo never wanes. Admittedly GT3 is technically just an update, but to paraphrase Carly Simon, “Nobody does it better.” Countless man hours are lost, relationships are stretched ..." Read review
13.07.2002

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