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Sega GT

by Sega
Sega Dreamcast
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews) 84 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00004SR5N
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.8 x 0.4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,123 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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The car workshop in Sega GT lets you build your dream car from the ground up. You'll choose between thousands of options and hundreds of styles to make the car that best suits your driving habits and personality. But there are 130 prebuilt classic and current sports cars if you'd rather just jump in and drive. Each car is modeled for precise look, handling, and performance. Once your car is set, take it into competition through five racing seasons on more than 20 courses. Go against the smart-driving computer opponents or take it head-to-head with a friend via the game's split-screen mode. Be sure to plug in your Dreamcast-compatible racing wheel for the ultimate in driving simulation.

When we first popped in Sega GT, we were a bit skeptical. It doesn't just resemble the layout of Gran Turismo for the PlayStation; it's almost identical to it, from earning licenses to having your own garage and stocking it with brand-name cars. But the more we played, the more we fell in love with Sega GT's silky graphics that speed along with only the slightest blurring at night. The scenery is so distracting that most players will have to remember to keep their eyes on the road.

Usually, racing games can get pretty tiring, but Sega GT will hold most players, mainly because there are so many licenses you can earn from the auto manufacturers in the game, including Mazda, Suzuki, and other mostly Japanese auto makers. One of the coolest features here allows you to create a car from scratch and then see how it stacks up on the track--chances are your first design won't do well.

A little more reflection and other effects would have better integrated the cars with their surroundings, and some star-studded songs sure would have been preferable to the game's generic soundtrack. --Robb Guido Pros:

  • Much more absorbing than the average racing game
  • Slick graphics will make players drool
  • Generic soundtrack

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game, but is it a Gran Turismo killer? October 19, 2000
Sega GT is a beautiful game. If you don't own a Playstation, and have never tried Gran Turismo, you should definitely get this game and see what the fuss is about. Sega GT is a Gran Turismo clone, but it is a good clone, and feature for feature, they are mostly equal. You still race real street cars on GT tracks, slowly building up your funds and buying more exotic cars. The gameplay style is fun but realistic. If you own and love Sony GT, then Sega GT will defintely get you excited about the genre again.
So how does Sega GT compare with Gran Turismo? It's a mixed bag overall -these games are neck in neck for every single feature- but I still prefer Sony GT. Gran Turismo is has more cars, more tracks, and a better training/liscense mode. The analog stick on the Dualshock is easier to use, although the physics are practically the same. If you've just spent 200 hours playing Sony GT, then Sega GT will certainly seem foriegn to you. The tracks also seem more fun to drive, and GT2 has rally racing, so its like getting Sega GT and Sega Rally in one game. Finally, there is more soul in Gran Turismo - you can really tell that the developers love cars.
Still, Sega GT holds its own in many ways. While the individual tracks aren't as inspiring, they certainly hold their own, and overall there is a more even progression from long fast courses to tight twisters. If you like a certain style of driving, you will find more examples of it in Sega GT than in Sony GT. The graphics are bright and clear, a pleasure to look at, and you can see farther ahead on the track, meaning your driving can be a smug more realistic. While the analog stick isn't as nice on the Dreamcast controller, the 2 analog triggers are perfect for breaking and acceleration.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best dreamcast racing game yet September 9, 2000
Of all the current dreamcast racing games, Sega GT is by far the best and most realistic. All the 100+ cars handle extremely well and accurately. The graphics are simpy stunning; just check out the background scenery.
If you played the Gran Turismo games on the playstation, this game will remind you ALOT about it; with better graphics of course. Everything, from the menus, to license tests, to the replays, will seem like your playing Gran Tursimo, only with a prettier face.
As of now, this is the best console racing game out; those into 'arcade' like racing will disagree. But for those who like realism and car tuning, this is it. Till Gran Turismo 2000 hits the playstation2, make mine Sega GT.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Swing and a miss... October 11, 2001
Sega GT was developed as a clone for the Playstation's Gran Turismo series. As a GT diehard, at first, I thought that this was a no-lose proposition: I'd get better graphics, different tracks, and even if the gameplay didn't hold up quite as well..., I would at least have something different to put in my machine.
After repeated plays of Sega GT, it's obvious that the little things within GT2 were what made that game so wonderful to play. The lack of attention to detail (extraordinary graphics aside) and the inability to understand just what makes a good racing game in the first place are what will keep me away from Sega GT.
First things first, the GT series focuses on near-simulation control for the cars. The variety of vehicles and the complexity of the tracks make it an extremely deep game (if you want to go there). BUT, though difficult, the game is FAIR, and thus playable. The mantra repeated to people who initially have trouble getting comfortable with GT is, "The cars control like real cars, you'll get used to it eventually."
My love afair with Sega GT ended the first time I needed to brake into a corner: the car would not under any circumstances turn while braking. The cars apparently act this way because someone on the development staff thought real cars behaved in this manner. However, as the computer competition shows (they CAN brake and turn at the same time), this is not the case. This alone makes Sega GT unplayable, or even worse, teaches you such poor driving habits that you will have a difficult time readjusting to the controls of every other racing game you own from Ferrari F355 Challenge to Mario Kart.
Going on isn't necessary, but I will.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, but for commited players only! January 11, 2001
OK, first thing's first: if you want a racing game that you can just throw into your Dreamcast and play for a short time every now and then, you'd be better off going for something like Ferrari F355 Challenge or Rush 2049. This game is very involving, and you must expect to spend a long time working your way through it if you want to be successful. While casual gamers are treated to 'quick race' and 'time attack' modes, the bulk of the game lies in the championship mode, which requires a lot of time and effort to conquer. Buying the game just for it's 'single race' mode is like buying a Ferrari just for the comfy seats!
You start off with a little amount of money, then you gradually earn money and cars by winning races and special challenges. You might assume that the game doesn't get interesting until you've acquired the Dodge Viper and souped it up, but this is not the case. The fast cars are almost impossible to control on the very difficult courses, so you would be better to use a slightly less powerful car. Of course there are fast tracks where you can be a speed demon, so choosing the right car for the track is important. There are four classes of car based on their engine displacement: Extra, B, A and SA class. At the start of the game you will have to pass tests to earn each license. There are about 24 license tests, all from different manufacturers; if you can beat the current record for each license track, you will win a special 'works car' from that manufacturer. However, you are as likely to win all of these as you are to land on the moon tomorrow. The license tests are easy to pass, but to win the works cars is near-impossible, and will take you a LONG time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Grand son loves it.
Published 5 months ago by Dimples Mac
3.0 out of 5 stars Sega GT: Lots of potential, not a lot of fun.
Sega GT is great in concept, not so much in execution. There are tons of cars, the graphics are pretty great for it's time, and you even get a mode where you can create your own... Read more
Published on September 1, 2011 by addie
4.0 out of 5 stars Sega GT - RACE
Wow, this game is good! I just bought it at my local EB for 8 bucks. I brought it home and played it with my friend, and we played it. Read more
Published on November 27, 2003 by Bass
4.0 out of 5 stars GARBAGE!
I bought Sega GT and got it all scrached up from invideo2002. I wish I can tell you how fun that game is, but I can't because of invideo2002 that gave me a full scrached CD. Read more
Published on July 14, 2003
1.0 out of 5 stars mad as ...
i purchased this game twice.the first time the game wouldn't play.the second time i purchased it on december 17th and it hasn't even got here and it's january 3rd. Read more
Published on January 3, 2003 by marcus hood
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but no Gran Turismo
My original modern gaming console was a PlayStation, and one of the first games I bought for it was the original Gran Turismo. Read more
Published on November 2, 2002 by James M. Stafford III
4.0 out of 5 stars The best racing simulation on Dreamcast
I can't say I blame Sega for copying Gran Turismo, Gran Turismo was a hell of a game for Playstation, so Sega decided to take something great and make it better. Read more
Published on January 6, 2002 by N. Durham
5.0 out of 5 stars a good racing game
I love this game you buy cars and monafiy to make them go faster
the tracks are fun and well done
Published on December 24, 2001 by Michael Craig Bryant
4.0 out of 5 stars SEGA GRAND TORISMO
This game is pretty good. It is very hard. Unlike many other games where you can go from 6th place to 1st in one minute. It is hard to hold these cars in the road. Read more
Published on November 6, 2001
1.0 out of 5 stars worst car control ever!!!!!!!
this game is so badd i dont even want to talk about it one thing to say is the car control is horrible. whats a racing game with no car control. Read more
Published on September 16, 2001 by sm00thpapa
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