Wrong on this one! The truth is, the game is similar in any number of ways to PGR2, but reminds me more of PGR, the original. Why? Well, the die-hard veterans of PGR2, like myself, who played for YEARS, played with Xbox live. And part of the Xbox live experience was not only the TVR and GT1 and the Radical, but also the Cooper and the GTO... These cars made Cat & Mouse and Last Man Standing what held that game in such regard for so long. The biggest flaw with PGR3, and the reason I never actually bought it for myself, was because it lacked the interactive gaming that PGR2 had. PGR2 had a depth. I made long-term xbox friends from that game. We would chat and race and chat some more. Now? Well, PGR3 is merely a good racing game. And considering the standard set by PGR2, they need to do some work before I ever become a fan again.