Summary: This is the first game I played on the PSP and I was blown away by how good it is. Apart from the obvious slight drop in quality of the graphics, the game is a direct port of the PS2 version. The controls take a bit of getting used to, but once you are comfortable with the analogue "nub" its every bit as fun as the PS2 version. Like a lot of other reviewers I am stuck on 80 something percent as the ice race or truck race are seemingly impossible.
Summary: Ive had toca 2 for about 9 months, 88% complete, and just cannot get any further! The game follows a storyline that has a Scottish speaking talent scout giving you trials in an Aston Martin. You have to average 3rd place or better over 3 different races to catch his eye. After succeeding in that, you are then put into a formula ford car which seems at first completely undriveable and very frustrating but then you learn that each type of car you are required to drive...
Summary: I really, really do like this game. Yes, it's difficult. It's very difficult. You have to practice a track at least ten times or something before you're anywhere near racing on it competitively, and the AI of the other drivers is pretty good too. It looks sweet, and handles as any decent driving simulation should - realistically.... You can't expect to be able to tear into a hairpin at 100mph, you'll severely damage you, your car and demolish your chance of winning.
Summary: To be able to really like this game you have to be a specific type of person like me. You really have to love cars and racing. Now its not the typical need for speed arcade type of racing when they say it's a simulator it's a simulator. Some cars are harder to control at times and if youre not careful you'll skid off the track easily. Sometimes skidding is pretty hard to avoid and if you don't have patience you wont like this game.
Summary: BUY THIS! Its the best game i have played on the psp after gta. The game includes 51 worldwide tracks and 15 types of races. There are a huge variety of cars to choose from including, F1, Mustang, Nissan etc. But let me warn you, Once you played this game, you will keep playing it forever.
Summary: This game must be pretty near the top of any PSP driving fan's list of purchases. The hype from Codies insists that this is a direct port of the PS2 version. As soon as you boot it up, it's clear that it isn't. Certainly not in terms of graphics and frame rate, that's for sure. In game, jaggies dominate, scenery is basic and damage to cars is far more limited than the PS2 version.