Summary: well this has to be one of the best racing games on the x box. offeres quite a great variety of game play, and the handling is quite easy to adjust to, unlike the control system in project gotham. there are endless number of cars, and the power upgrading makes good fun, however the down side is you dont actually physically see any changes on your car, and there is visible damage aspect to it. can be reltively frustating at times, and slightly repetitve courses.
Summary: Ok, so its not Project Gotham Racing 2, but its still a damm fine game to get into. Ridiculous amount of cars, ludicrous amount of track and alot of BHP. Burn rubber in some of the most famous, not so famous and prototype cars, from Ford to Ferrari and lesser know makes like Koenesegg. You dont earn Kudos points, but you earn $$$$$. In a nutshell, buy a car, do it up, burn rubber, earn money = get better cars.
Summary: Great Start Great Music (apart from making u think your speakers are mashed) Great Intro Great Choices of Play Great Choices of car manufacturers Great choices of cars Great Graphics Great Play Great Controls Great Racing tracks Great Opponents Great online play Great offline play Great EVERYTHING Sega gt online is a great game and is too under-rated at the moment, even though it came out quite a bit ago it wasn't that popular, I don’t know how.
Summary: If you played PGR2 to death, and are looking for something fresh, this'll give you a change! Starting off with increadibly slow cars, and a wildly varying amount of difficulty, the accomplished PGR racer will find the sloppy controls and bizarre handling hard to swallow. Get past the first couple of racing series' however, and you're rewarded with cars that are driveable, and enough money to tweak them.
Summary: Sega GT 2002 was a cool game. I have spent the sort of number of hours playing it that I'd rather not admit to! GT Online is better. You get everything from GT 2002 with extras. I don't have broadband so I actually bought this 'online' game to play 'offline', kind of stupid - perhaps - but it's worth it. There's more parts with which to upgrade the wider selection of cars.
Summary: Now the brilliance of Sega GT is Live. After extensively playing Sega GT 2002 I can safely say that Sega GT Online is a must buy for any racing fan. The Online version features over 40 new cars and 15 new tracks. Plus 3 new modes. Buy this or Sega might have to close.