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Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Member Review for the PS3

LifeOfAPirate By:
LifeOfAPirate
06/30/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Racing 
PLAYERS 1- 16 
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER Polyphony Digital 
RELEASE DATE  
E Contains Mild Suggestive Themes

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For the price of 39.99 they really only wanted to keep up salvating at the thought of GT5. This game is highly enjoyable but there is not much offered in terms of what they allow us to do besides race and race online. This demo could've been twice the experience had they given the option even if minimal to upgrade your cars and to adjust varies variables in terms of shocks and gear ratios and everything else that comes along with racing games. The graphics especially the in car view is stellar. The replays look almost lifelike and the simulation controls are amazing as well, even though I would have to say that some cars in the game can't do simple turns at 45 miles an hour without seeming to slow down to 15 but no one can be perfect. The demo might leave you stuck trying a few times on certain races but all in all proves to be no challenge getting through all the races. The online mode even though very minimal is very solid and it is fun to get on with friends and race around the courses to test your skills. I'll probably be trading this one in before it price drops down to a demo price but nontheless a fun play for the money I'd probably suggest renting this one but if your a solid fan of the serious and plan to play online more then a purchase is right up your alley. Fun thrills at a reduced prices but remember your only getting a taste of things to come.


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