Summary: At the time it got out it was really amazing. Now the graphics had gotten old, but the gameplay is still golden. I still tend to think it's a bit overdone as far as difficulty goes. But a truly golden game, with memorable league races.
Summary: a true classic racing sim. physics are a little outdated, but the modeling of the vehicles is still the best i have seen.the retro interface and cool music are a plus. if Steve Mcqueen were alive today, he would play(and love)Gt Legends.
Summary: Do not try to run this using any Windows 7 operating system. This game has unassigned drivers and is not compatible with Windows 7. This game is old and no longer supported by its manufacturer.
Summary: I did not purchase this game for myself but for a friend, but I have seen it in action, the graphics are not class leading, and playability might not be to everyone's liking, but it has genuine feel, and is a far more realistic game than most modern Driving simulator games. The add on content, and downloadable tracks takes it over the top. All in all great value for money.
Summary: This is an excellent simulation very good graphics, car adjustability and realism. The only drawback is theat you must advance in levels to try out other cars. No-Grip Racing has a fix(cheat) for this at no charge. No-Grip Racing also has tons of tracks and car skins downloads available. Need for Speed-Shift might have better graphics but you need a very fast computer and graphics card to play it. GTL does not require that fast of a machine to get decent game play.
Summary: I play this game on Dell inspiron1520 T7250 2GHz 2G RAM + GeForce 8600M GT 512MB. Controller is Logitech MOMO Racing Force Feedback Wheel(USB) and HORI ZEROTECH(type1 for PlayStation). I think that this is a real racing simulator. Especially,course rendering is better than S.C.A.R(Squadra Corse Alfa Romeo) and RACE 07. And,we can get a lot of the skins for the vintage cars from world wide wonderful builders on the internet. So,this is my best racing game now.
Summary: I love classic gaming. To me once Doom and Quake hit the scene then it seems as though a lot of originality ended. And while I think a lot of the latest 3D first-person games are quite pretty looking they all tend to look the same after a while. I grew up on '80s consoles and arcade games. It's where I found collections, such as Taito Legends quite appealing. To be able to buy a compilation on disc was too good to be true!