Excerpt: Ever hear that expression, 'The devil is in the details?' Well, it means that usually the hardest part of anything isn't so much about controlling the big picture as it is managing little things. And, in the gaming world, it's safe to say that details often mean the difference between a smash hit and a good game. Or, between an average game and an instant bargain-bin offering. Why, for instance, do we like Syphon Filter but revere Metal Gear Solid?
Conclusion: Game modes are reasonably varied in LeMans. There is the Quick Race to pick a track and a class (GT, and Open or Closed Prototypes), there is Championship Mode to work your way through the ranks and win the cup, and there is LeMans where you can do the actual 24 Hours of LeMans, in real-time.
Excerpt: It seems like every racing game that follows the release of GT3 is anticipated to be a failure, which is by direct comparison to GT3. There is absolutely no doubt about it that racing enthusiasts, seeking for a console to satisfy their need for speed, owe it to themselves to purchase a PS2. Sony's 128-bit behemoth is the prime console for all racing officiandos. At the moment there are nearly 2-dozen racing titles on the Playstation 2! Two dozen!
Conclusion: Ceux qui connaissent déjà la version Dreamcast de Le Mans 24 Heures peuvent passer leur chemin, ce ne sont pas les quelques éléments ajoutés ici et là qui parviendront à relancer l’intérêt du jeu. Par contre, il conviendra parfaitement aux joueurs qui sont passés à côté de la version DC et même à ceux qui ont joué à la médiocre version PSOne.