Summary: if your into a racing game of some sort find a better deal with need for speed games this is fun to a poin then it just gets repetative and boring plus you can not link it with your ps3 system very well and use the cars there.
The lack of a simulation mode makes the game boring quick
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Superb visuals, lots of tracks and cars, simple interface The Bad: No career mode, no vehicle upgrades, no online play, iffy audio, slipstream is a bad idea, random dealerships Hate me all you want, but Gran Turismo on the PSP is a huge disappointment. Why? Well, first off this game has been floating around the vaporware bin since 2004 and now 5 years later we get a half done game. Where's the career mode? That's my biggest question.
Summary: Gran Turismo was a wierd game. But it had the best graphics of any game that i have ever owned and the best sound. And there is a huge selection of beuatiful gast vars. But thats about the only good thing i can say about this game. There is no career mode witch stinks. So you can never really finish the game.And you cant custimize any of the cars which is even worse. Thats why....This game is not worth buying.
Summary: For the price the game is a decent value. The game modes arent extensive but the physics are good for a handheld. It is nice to be able to play this on the road and add the cars in the collection to the PS3 version. If you are a racing fan and appreciate realism over flashy effects this is a good game for you.
Summary: First up I really tried to be patient with this game cause I didn't want to leave a negative comment. But I give up this game so boring and very unrealistic when you get to A & S levels. The cars are off the track on the grass in the gravel and still moving faster then your car, your car is the only racer in the game to me. You can't sell back a car after you buy it only four opponent no career mode the whole purpose of video game was forgetting by gran turismo.
Gets boring quickly due to lack of career mode and few competitors
Gadgester "No Time, No Money", Amazon
24 February 2010
Summary: While I appreciate the fact that with this version of GT I have access to all the cars and tracks from the get-go, the lack of a career mode really makes the gameplay get tiring quickly. Plus, in each race you have only three other components, one of which is really dumb but none of which is difficult to beat. The city courses in particular feel less than satisfying due to limited scene rendering and short circuits.
Summary: The graphics are impressive - it really shows off the power of the PSP. But sadly, beauty is but skin deep here. It appears that the game was geared entirely towards brief gaming due to the PSP platform - but its not what hardcore GT fans were hoping for. There is no career mode or customization is highly limited. Think of it as GT lite - Polydigital's take on an arcade game rather than a simulation.
A game that gets the fundamentals down but drops the ball in its execution.
Justin McBride, Amazon
21 February 2010
Summary: Originally announced as one of the flagship titles of the then yet to be released PSP, Gran Turismo Mobile quickly dropped off of the radar into vaporware territory. Well, imagine everyone's surprise when, at E3 2009, Sony and Polyphony Digital confirmed that Gran Turismo PSP was not only in active development but that it was also going to be released this year.