Summary: After playing Forza 3, this game sucks. Graphics are terrible. It's exactly that that stopped me from playing the game. To me, if the game doesn't look good, it's not worth my time. It's gotta attract me and this one totally turned me off.
It's 2013... The game is from 2005. Feels like it's from 2005
atrainfb "A-TrainFB", Amazon
10 January 2013
Summary: Odd physics, clunky racing, random drifting, hit-wall-spin-out-lose-three-place-last-lap style races, crappy car selection... Overall, I played the game for about 45 minutes before I got bored and frustrated. Remember Need for Speed Underground? Drifting was great there and well executed however unrealistic as it was. Forza just took drifting out all together and made the rest of the game flawless.
Summary: The game stands out for its improved graphics I must say. However, this particular game isn't the winning racer for me. The variety of luxurious cars was pretty good, however it was the game play that really bombed. The hits cars take from each other was a little bit too "weak" and unrealistic. When a car bumps into another it wipes out very quickly, which seems unrealistic again (unless someone can verify that realism by driving over 170 mph on the streets).
Summary: I think pgr project Gotham racing 3 is rubbish - it is the worst game ever. I was looking forward to getting the game. I put it in the xbox 360, I picked the car and then started the game. The graphics were terrible. You can't race anyone and can't play with your friends on the same console together. I would not recommend the game. The only good point is you can make your own map.
Excerpt: Before this game, I had Project Gotham Racing 2 for the Xbox Console, and I loved it. Unfortunately, this game lacked what I loved about the prequel. Before the handling for the cars was about as realistic as you could get with a games console, even with a normal controller. With this game the handling was far too loose. The problem with the handling in this game is that the slightest touch of the control stick can send your car reeling into the crash barrier.
A good game for independant challenges, but not ideal for racing.
25 October 2008
Excerpt: As a gamer who plays more or less solely racing games, I have to say I was a little dissapointed with this eagerly awaited game. This is less of an actual racing game, and more of an arcade type 'challenge' game. There is very little actual racing, with the bulk of gameplay made up with different tasks and challenges to complete, which I believe to not be the main point of a racing game. Another let down was the choice of cars.
Summary: PGR is more of an arcade style driving game than a driving sim. Anyone who has played GT4 will be disappointed by the way the cars handle, it's all gas and oversteer. The car selection is a little predictable and the cars are all really pretty similar. As a pick up and play driving game this is good fun and easy to use, if you want a big complex sim buy Forza instead.