This is the most disappointing game that has come out from Sony, the load times are long the cars don't sound that good, I figured that after years of being developed that Sony would have done a better job, to sum it all up this game sucks, if you want to save your money I recomend getting NFS Shift. Sony you never cease to disappoint after all the claims that you've made.
Havent had a chance to play alot of it but so far its good, alot of cars, parts, tracks, stuff to do, i dont see a test track or a 1/4 mile track to see what your 1/4 mile times are yet, they had that in gt4 and it was great trying to see how fast your car was in the 1/4 mile and stuff, also the load times can be a little much, other that that awesome so far.
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GT5 is just flat out amazing. Prologue was indeed only a preview! The full version has more detailed graphics and environments that blows every other racing sim out of the water. With the many different game modes, it's like buying 6 games for the price of one. Weather and even daylight time elapsing with the sun (watch the sun set or rise while racing) adds a nice cool "wow" factor to the whole experience. 3D mode is available in the game for those who have the supporting equipment. I use 3D and a G27 race wheel for that extra step towards realism. Sound is phenominal (tested at 7.1ch PCM Surround) with exhaust tones that sound very much like the real car. After exploring the game and it's features, you'll begin to understand why it took Polyphony Digital and Kazumori to get the game to final production. This game is a definitely a 10 and will be the benchmark to beat for future racing sims.