Summary: it is ideal if you want o just mill about in your konegseggen(what ever its called) or race in a ford gt. huge map, good graphics and loads to do. the handling is easy and theres a mass selection of vehicles. only downside is the civ pop who appear out of no where .
Summary: I was going to give this 4, due to delivery being late despite me paying extra, but the item was dispatched on time, and the game is simply brilliant. It has a lower graphical quality than the PS2 version, but the experience is still the same to me.
Summary: It has good picture quality. You get to drive around the town freely. You can buy hundreds of cars. It enables you to buy houses for the cars to live in the garage. You get to do a variety of events and can chose the levels from easy to hard.
Summary: This is truly the most enjoyable driving game available for the PSP. This game has a great reputation and I was utterly blown away by the graphics which are so realistic. The sounds are equally good. The game play is excellent and the performance of the cars realistic as well. You can buy houses and buy tuning packs for your cars. There is traffic and cops and when you get arrested they fine you. I have completed the game and own all 65+ cars and 56 houses.
Summary: This game is great fun. The cars that are available are top notch. The gameplay is good and the graphics and sound are flawless. Two drawbacks (not really drawbacks but it would have been nice to have these): - no option for manual gear shifting - no Ferrari cars available You won't regret if you buy it
Summary: First of all you must buy a car, not the best obviosly because they cost a lot more, but a half decent one. Then you have to buy a house. In your house you get news from clubs challanging you to race them and different upgrades. You can see your statistics eg how many cars you have, how much money you have.You have a garage where you can store your cars and your living room is just for show.
Summary: Now this is serious stuff. This game is absolutely brilliant with so many great cars to drive, from Italian Supercars (sadly no Ferraris though) to Classic Musclecars. Now don't be put off by people stating the analogue stick is impossible to use; it just takes time to get used to and you'll soon become Stick King. You may get a rather sore left thumb though! The handling is very realistic, the power, speed and acceleration is all spot on. Every car is different.
Conclusion: this is a world class game that u should buy if you're looking for another racing car game. you can just drive around the island if you want to or you can race(which is slightly more intresting than being fined by the cops!). You can also get a really cool house aswell as tons of really cool cars.you don't actually have to buy cars; you can rent them or go to loads of shops and test them.GET THIS GAME:ITS BRILLIANT!
Summary: Test Drive is the best car game out on PSP by a long way. The graphics are incredably realistic and the car engines perfectly match their partners in the real world. There are over 70 top brands of car to choose from and some of the best in each brand. Join clubs and race to become the president of each club which is harder than it sounds with only 7 people to beat but the AI units are clever and on the hardest levels it takes skill to beat them even if you have better...
Summary: I kicked off my PSP career with Sega Rally but soon found it to be very 2-dimensional and limiting. I am so pleased to have moved on to Test Drive Unlimited. I just love the free-roaming aspect of this game; pick a point on the island and have the GPS navigate you there, or just explore the roads yourself. Either way, you will find yourself tearing down valleys, along freeways, through tunnels and along the beachfront in Honolulu.