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- Build a dream collection from over 1,000 of the world's most exciting cars, from exotic imports to muscle cars to customize, race, and upgrade.
- Travel the world to experience a wealth of real and fictional road, rally, NASCAR, drift and kart courses.
- Expand the Gran Turismo experience with deep and robust online community features, challenge friends in the new custom race lobby system.
- New and improved modes include A-Spec, B-Spec, Photo Travel and Course Maker.
- The most advanced Gran Turismo yet, featuring unrivaled graphics and a true-to-life driving feel.
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Gran Turismo returns with the most realistic and complete racing experience. An unprecedented collection of over 1,000 meticulously detailed cars, complete with robust online racing and community features, and just about every style of racing imaginable - all in Gran Turismo's signature cutting-edge graphics.
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NFS Hot Pursuit and Blur only had 2 unlocked modes. They were also only 1 player.
Test Drive 2 Unlimited has a terrific storyline.
For car driving games that show car damage, I'd recommend GRID and MOTOR STORM PACIFIC RIFT.
5/22/2012 update: I got Xbox's Forza 4 and driving with the kinect is incredible and so much more natural than using $100 steering wheel with the GT5. Plus, Forza shows crash damage whereas GT5 does not. I'm going to tradein my GT5 because Xbox's Forza 4 is better than Sony GT5.
After numerous calls to customer service, I was right back where I started, so I hit the GT5 forum's and found that my problem was not an uncommon one. I found that the game itself because of it's region would not allow the downloads to be installed, so I went to game stop and purchased a US version, and yes, there are a lot of difference's. The US version has warnings all over the place on the cover, it came with a lot of the cars I was trying to obtain in the other game and the file size is larger. Installed the US version after deleting everything from the European version and everything works great. Glad amazon has a generous return policy as this game was kinda useless to me. I had no issues with the actual game, everything played fine, just limited as far as what you could do and online play was not even an option. I returned this item with no hassles, amazon even paid the return shipping!
But if you're considering it, you need to understand: this is Gran Turismo. It's not like other games. For better or worse, they are not attempting to make it like other games or fundamentally change their formula. Many of Gran Turismo's fans over the past 15 years liked the game because there wasn't anything closer to their tastes, but today, there is more competition.
Do you want a Gran Turismo style game? If so, this is excellent. Do you instead want something that doesn't take many hours of work to open up? It's up to you.
Gran Turismo 5 is excellent, but there may be other games that are closer to what you actually want. Dirt's series is much easier to dive into and has plenty of graphics punch. Blur and other more arcadey games present cars you see on Top Gear or other TV shows, but with Mario Kart style action.
Gran Turismo presents a tremendous amount of content. Many cars, many tracks. With that content, you can painstakingly perfect your driving technique and develop tuning concepts while enjoying a very wide array of driving situations. The graphics, particularly the lighting, is superior to other games. Period. Forza presents the stiffest challenge, but is somewhat less realistic and has inferior graphics (at least 1-3... I have yet to play the new one) and levels of content. That said, Forza is a great game. Some will find it more fun. Some will wish it had that extra depth GT always brings.