Summary: If you compare this to Gran Turismo's "sim" mode's you will be disappointed. If you let this game stand alone, it is very very rewarding. Over 800 cars to collect, and those cars SHOULD be able to transfer to Gran Turismo 5 for PS3 once its released this spring. So for something to do until Gran Turismo 5 comes out, a great game to play to collect cars for your PS3 garage!
Summary: First off, the item description for this game on walmart.com is actually a copy and paste from Gran Turismo 4. It is a little different, however it's actually pretty close. There is instead, 800 cars and 35 tracks. The graphics/physics engine is on par with the PS2 games, and the amount of time you can spend in it is unbelievable. There is no career mode.
Summary: The game is interesting, the basic operations were easy to learn about, there are different levels, different cars to choose from and different trucks you can race on. It is little bit hard to stop or to reverse.
Summary: Gran Turismo is simultaneously one of the most comprehensive portable video games ever made, and yet something of a let-down. Coming from a distinguished line of driving simulators long-revered for its pin-point driving physics, supreme track design and immense depth, the series' first portable foray has all of the above in spades, though its open-ended nature and loose structure are both a blessing and a curse.
Pros: Mammoth selection of superlative tracks and cars; great handling; incredibly smooth
Cons: A.I. still isn't up to much; occasional ugly visual moment; loading times; poor sound
Summary: A really great gaming series that has finally become available on PSP. Although not for the hard-core street racer, the game is good for those who want a more realistic idea of driving. A bonus that I found, and didn't realise at the time of buying, is that availability to drive on rally courses. This is something I have only had on games designed purely for rallying and is a nice extra.
Summary: This game is an absolute pleasure to play, and one you will find hard to put down. The opening movie emphasises the rich graphics and attention to detail that you can expect during game play, and it doesn't disapoint. There are plenty of tracks to choose from, including City tracks, Dirt & Snow, Original and World Circuits (which are replecated exceedingly well).