Summary: I've bought this game after reading a review in a magazine. I thought i'd give it a try. So Ok, the graphics are great, good sound, and nice controls. I liked it at the beginning, but then it gets really boring. It'll take you ages to upgrade to a proper car, and if you do, try and think of managing to drive it. It is a nightmare to get a fast car and win an tournament for instance.
Summary: This game is hilarious ! it is like driving an old astra around in the streets / countryside , or driving your car down the road . it is so uncanny , how did they perfect the experience , and you can choose between many cars so you can drive almost any clapped out 1.4 litre car you like .a bit like driving around all day in a small engined car and you dont spend any petrol .If you are looking for a speedy skillful race game , there are better games ...
Summary: Reading the reviews that some people have posted here would make you think that a) this games good b) this is an accurate simulation c) fantastic in the eye candy department For these peoples information and you the reader ....... ITS NOT. This is game is as the title suggests yet ANOTHER sequel of a game that should have called it quits after the first game. The original Gran Turismo on the playstation was boundary breaking and fantastic fun to play.
Summary: It seems to me as though that is what the playstation 2 is all about...Hype! and GT3 is no exception. This games is a carbon copy of the other two when broken down. The only things that are different are two tracks, slower game speed (my mum can drive faster), and the graphics. I admit the Graphics are amazing when viewed in replay but when playing there not breathtaking!... My advice would be to only buy this game if your a dedicated racing fan..
Summary: The graphics are unpolished and seem rough around the edges, and isn't a great deal different from previous incarnations, just fewer cars. If you only have a PS2, then I suppose you'll have to buy this. If possible, I suggest you get hold of a copy of Metropolis Street Racer for DC. It makes GT3 look like the rushed garbage it is. MSR may only have about 50 cars, but it's an absolutely awesome game!
Summary: This is quite a decent game, but besides better graphics, less cars and two extra tracks, it's not that different to the 2 previous games. I'm lucky enough to have a PS2 and a dreamcast, and basically the best racer is still Metropolis Street Racer. The graphics are just as good, the courses are far better, and the Kudos system is innovative. I'll stick with that.