Summary: "150% satisfied with purchase from Packard's Video Games, my collection consist of 95% racing and this is by farrr my best game, very realistic with lots of fun. Also its like buying one game and getting 7: Off Road, Classics, Oval, 4WD Rally Cross, Touring Car, Open Wheel & GT.
Summary: i race a porsche so i think i know what racing a real car is like . i have played and completed every racing game that works with a force feedback wheel, games like all the needforspeed games , gt3 and gt4. i finished this game in 9 days and i was not very happy with it .
Summary: The best way to review this game is to draw comparisons with GT 3 & 4, since most people considering this game probably have these already; and of course, GT 3 & 4 are considered by many to be the best racers on the PS2.
Summary: The best way to review this game is to draw comparisons with GT 3 & 4, since most people considering this game probably have these already; and of course, GT 3 & 4 are considered by many to be the best racers on the PS2. To start off, I have only owned this game for three days.
Summary: the computer cars constantly push you off the track and into a spin, they don't wreck, you touch them and you wreck they touch you and YOU wreck. They take off the starting ine like a rocket while your spinning out as if you on oil. They stop on a dime, you brake fully and still shoot the corner.
Summary: I was expecting a lot from this game based on the reviews but the load time per track was horrific, the car handling was idetical regardless of which course was selected and the limited number of courses available to play without winning a championship made me retire this game for good.
Summary: GT 4 is the standard which all racing games are judged, and rightly so due to the amazing physics that have been reached with that 4th installment. Although you've heard "just as good as Grand Turismo" before (as with the woeful "Enthusia"), this one truly is a match.