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Duke Nukem Syndrom
hahah.. GT5 being delayed again in US and now it's confirmed in Japan too... bwahahhaahahah...
GT5 is Sony's Duke Nukem Forever fo shizzle :)
If I don't get a copy of GT5 before 2011 I will throw my PS3 out my window and buy a Microsoft Xbox 360
Wait this game is 3d too? Holy shit!
Awesome, only took them 6 years to finish it. I like when Kaz said that this was the videogame equivelant of the apollo moon landing.
They're already working on 6.
My guess is that'll be done by 2020.
well i won a copy of this game that i had no intention of ever buying, mostly because i feared the probability of some over-the-top sim experience instead of a more favorable arcade one. i popped it in last night and was pleasantly surprised... though, my low expectations probably had something to do with it.
i like the time trial since it allows me to test out several tracks and many of the available cars in the game, but haven't really done any races yet, so no true gt5 experience yet.
my only initial gripes are the HORRIBLE music which can't easily be turned off or down, which is pretty standard in most every other game out there that has a library of music. you have to manually go through the 150+ songs and access the menu of each individual game and uncheck it so you don't have to listen to it again.. lame.
the other problem is the 20k you're given to buy a car... it really forces you to commit to the game as you have to work your way up to anything decent by increasing both funds and level... also lame.
others thoughts on it?
I wanted to like this game so bad! After playing it for hours and hours it's kind of boring having to race Toyota Yaris for a dozen races before you can afford to buy and better car and qualify for better races.
I want to get some codes so I can start racing any car I want.
Huh? When you finish events you win cars. Basically what you do is just keep checking to see which events you can enter with your current cars, and just keep going through career mode like that. Or race online to earn credits.
Or you can go on gtplanet.net and beg someone to gift you a good car to use in events.
CygnusZero, i think we just have a more casual interest in the game and want all the goodies up front rather than having to work for them... well, i do anyway.
basically a hidef simulation game.
what was your first car? i picked up a mazda 'roadster' for mine, which is basically a miata. not too much hp, but it handles pretty well.