Summary: OK , we get it , the graphics, bells and whistles are not the best in the world , however , if u want realistic driving and physics , this game is freakin awesome !!! highly recommended for true racing fans !!!!!
Summary: I prefer the realistic racing games, so I play this on Pro against Very hard AI in Championship and Single Race modes. The AI is faster in those modes while the Career difficulty is much lower no matter what you do. The game looks bad but is functional, the driving feels rewarding and well balanced even with a controller without any assists, the AI is challenging and there is good variety.
Summary: RacePro gives an meaty racing experience and with different levels of racing aids offers easy accessibility. If Forza 3 is steak, Race Pro is hamburger. Racing in Race Pro is super fun but the experience is dulled by the bland graphics not even close to those found in Forza 3. It has very realistic physics models and the cars handle really well but sacrifices in the area of menu presentation and track and off track graphics.
Summary: I normally like games you can just press the accelerator and go, like the original need for speeds. Esp when I'm trying to decompress at the end of the day. I find the ones where you have to constantly slow down or brake for cornering cause me to tense up. But I decided I really wanted a different game, and bought this one cheap.
Summary: I had low expectations for this game (maybe it was the title), but I have been very pleasantly surprised. I am very much in the "sim" camp (vs. "arcade" style racing games, e.g., that horrible pile of junk known as GRID), and was therefore looking for a game that approximates the actual feel of driving at high speed. Race Pro does a good job of that, and allows for a great deal of user-defined tuning to that experience.
Summary: I purchased this game for it's system link capability. The main problem is that you only get a couple of lousey cars to start with and the rest have to be unlocked. You do get to race on 13 different tracks though. We have a gaming group of 8 people which only meet once a week for a couple of hours. No one wants to spend untold hours to unlock cars for a quick system link game. They could have at least left one or two cars from each class unlocked for this purpose.
Summary: First of all, this game is fun. I read a review elsewhere that claimed the graphics weren't very good; I completely disagree - I think they're brilliant on XBox 360. The sim isn't as realistic as I expected. Now, I need to qualify all of this: I'm no Michael Schumacher and I know it! I'm not much of a racer, sim or otherwise. That said, I have a fair amount of sim experience (VirtualGT, GP Legends, GT Legends, et cetera, going back 10 years or so). So, I'm NO braggart!