Gets boring after a while, takes a LONG time to load
18 March 2014
Summary: I waited 15 minutes for the very first level of the first section of driving challenges to load. Once I finally got through that, I noticed the game kinda had a pattern and got boring after a while. It's not bad, but not the best thing either.
Summary: I played the first 2 Gran Turismo games when they came out (and I still play them to this day). I love them. This game however I do not love. Here is why. 1. The loading times are brutal. It feels like you wait 10 minutes just to get from menu to menu. 2.
Summary: There is no career mode in this game. It lacks structure. The only incentive to keep playing is to win one race at a time so that you can earn money to purchase more cars. There are limited tuning options, but car parts cannot be upgraded. The graphics are good.
Summary: I thought the driving was fine. But how in the world is there no career mode. The closest thing you get is single player mode, a mode where you pick a track and car that you have earned and race it.... how boring. So much potential wasted. Do not buy this game.
Conclusion: To me gran turismo is ALL ABOUT THE CAREER mode, so why when something had to be taken out of the game, be it for memory purposes or rushing to get it released, did they take out the career mode? ... id much rather have the career than the arcade mode.
Conclusion: Firstly, this is Gran Turismo, there is no mistaking that. The fine handling, sense of realism is all here and intact, they just left the rest of the game out, which is NOT the PSP's fault, if the Playstation1 GT games can have career modes, why can't this?
Summary: Big Fan of GTs... played all of them. I really enjoyed this one as well doing the licences etc... and then what??? Nothing really, you just go one single races. Also not all manufacturers are available, you have a daily list, which is terrible, when will I get the Ferraris???
Summary: Its a poor version of the playstation series, there is nothing to really work for, you just race in whatever car you want, on whatever track you want, and then you earn money to buy another car. Nothing to aim for
Summary: I bought a PSP not long after it launched due to the rumoured imminent arrival of Gran Turismo PSP. Years later and the moment has come and it is a big disappointment. Although there are lots of cars and lots of tracks it is missing something quite major which is an actual game.