Summary: Ok, look, Gran Turismo in its PSone & PS2 forms were some of the best racing games you could buy. Even though I now have a PS3, GT4 on the PS2 is still easily my most played console racing game. Unfortunately, the 'modern' incarnations of GT, in my opinion, have been lacking.
Summary: I waited a while for the game to arrive and it wasn't as good as i had hoped. There is no career mode and all you do is choose where you race. you get given a lot of money to start with which ruins the essence of raising funds to buy better cars.
Summary: Like many others I've been waiting for this game for a long time after I first caught the GT bug with the original PSone version. So it is, perhaps, with this is mind that I've rated this game as lowly as 2 stars - like meeting your heroes it never going to live up to expectations.
Summary: Have to echo all the comments made in the other reviews. Graphics good, plenty of options but whats the point when no career mode? For me this has ruined the game so you have to decide if you want just a racing sim.
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.
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: Voila sora, enfin quelqu'un qui pense comme moi : énorme déception de bout en bout...niveau défi c'est vide, 800 voitures, mais pourquoi acheter une petite fiat qui roule à 120 km/h si aucun défi ne le demande? les défis sont rébarbatifs, mais bon ils apprennent à conduire mais pourquoi ?