Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Preview
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue demo has hit the Japanese Playstation Store. The one series from Sony that has sold an astonishing amount of copies in a short time. The question, however, still remains: Is this the best racing game in gaming history or has this aged franchise burned out?
First off, everything is in Japanese and there’s no English option. However, even if you don't understand Japanese, you'll still be able to manage to figure out how everything works without too much trouble.
If you’ve seen the Gran Turismo 5 videos, the game looks just like that. Polyphony was not lying about the videos. The game really does look that good. The developers did a great job at making everything look nice, clean, sharp and realistic. It felt like I was watching TV or a movie, the cars were just fantastic. Clearly a testament to the power of the PS3.
With about 50 million copies sold, Gran Turismo games have appeal in certain types of markets (I.E. All of them). GT5 plays exactly like the GTs of yesteryears. The gameplay is fluid and familiar, so veterans of the series won’t need to re-learn their tricks. The casual players who were weaned on Mario Kart and Motorstorm are in for a big surprise. Jumping from those games into Gran Turismo’s realistic controls is like jumping into cold water, it’ll take a while to get used to it but before long you’ll be enjoying the sweetness the game has to offer. Most importantly, the frame rate in GT stays consistent at a heavenly 60 FPS at 1080P.
Gran Turismo 5 is not trying to obtain any converts. Honestly, they don’t really need to. If you love Gran Turismo, you’re going to buy this game. If you don’t, well I don’t know how you’ve survived this long without it.
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