Summary: I read some of the early reviews and it didn't look good for the PS2 version. But I bought it anyway. What sold me was the chance to drive Road Atlanta, never offerred on any previous title. At first, the game was a disappointment.
Summary: This game is a superior driving experience. I love it. I find the graphics to be impressive, but it's the game play that keeps me coming back. Let's just say you're playing with the AI set to "hard" and you qualify 9th on the grid.
Summary: The graphics are awesome, the handling is pretty easy and we found that the roads are challenging for novice players. A definite negative is the loading time-it does take longer than other games. All in all, we found the game to be quite entertaining and recommned it to any racing fanatic.
Bring the excitement and beauty of endurance racing home!!!
James M. Stafford III, Amazon
26 April 2002
Summary: I feel extremely fortunate to have been able to see fifteen of the 24 Hours of Daytona in February 2001, both because it was the first and only time NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt could participate in the event, and because it was my introduction to the beauty of endurance racing.
Summary: If you're into sportscar racing you'll enjoy this. The physics engine is good, and the structure of the game is well-thought out. It's not strictly linear, but does makes it pretty clear what you need to do at any given time. The tracks are well-rendered.
Summary: After the glut of poor racers on the PS2 (and I include Sony's F1 2001 in that), it's great to see a title like Le Mans finally showing us what it's all about. Though sadly this game will be overshadowed (and outsold) by the likes of F1 2001 and the imminent GT3 A-Spec, it should definately not be...