The lights are on
Gran Turismo 6 is coming out this holiday for the PlayStation 3, and developer Polyphony Digital is surely wringing out all it can from the current-gen system to make the game look positively next-gen.
The game will feature 1,200 cars, 33 courses (with even more track variations), and tweaks to make the venerable driving simulator even more realistic. And it will look great.
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If 80% of the cars don't have a cockpit view then i'm not buying it, i spent hundred of hours looking at black interiors in gt5, and i will not be doing it again.
I have to admit. On first look I can't tell the graphical difference between current gen and next gen racing games.
It really does look better than most of the next gen racers I've seen.
I really hope they'll get the sounds right this time.
Holy butt nuts! that's PS3! Impressive. The game looks dang good, as expected. I'm not too sure about 00:43 though with the whole "new physics" advert, cause I'd imagine that Mazda reacting a little differently in that situation, but oh well. At least the new suspension and aerodynamics seemed realistic. I just want a racing game where it seems like the tires are actually touching the pavement. This and a couple Next-gen racing titles have me hopeful it'll FEEL more real.
It does look great until you see it in motion and you can tell it isn't a next gen game. The cars are great but everything else feels flat and generic'ish.
But again, for a ps3 game, it is fantastic looking for what it is noooo doubt.
This looks great for current gen but this does not look as good as next gen racing weve seen from forza and driveclub.
The cars look amazing as usual, but the backdrops look a little unrealistic. Oh well.
I really, really hope they have Koenigsegg this time.
I continue to dream of the day when they add some motorcycles to the game.