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Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec Latest News - PS2

Game Description:The third installment of Gran Turismo varies little from its predecessors in the way of gameplay. However, there are several new features worth mentioning. This sequel utilizes the advanced hardware power of the PS2 to bring more realism and detail to an already classic game. Most importantly, car graphics have been greatly improved from past versions. Over 100 car models, real-time lighting changes, and dynamic weather conditions add to the simulation of an authentic driving experience. Computer-controlled cars also have an improved AI system which reacts to the player's driving style. Licenses to one of the vastest arrays of automobile makes and models allow for countless variations in gameplay.
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Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec News

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  • Gran Turismo 5 Gets New Cars, Modes, and ... Karts?!

    Kazunori Yamauchi wants to get your engines revved by teasing you with a ton of new Gran Turismo 5 news, including some new screenshots, new cars, a new course, and details about the new B-Spec mode coming to the game. Plus, GT5 Kart. Okay, it's not called that, but that's exactly what it looks like. The team is very hard at work on the game,...

    Posted August 19, 2010

    Gran Turismo 5 Gets New Cars, Modes, and ... Karts?!
  • TGS09: A Visit To The Home of Gran Turismo - Polyphony Digital

    As Saturday is an insanely crowded public day at Tokyo Game Show, after shooting a pile of pictures and finishing up a final appointment, I headed back to Tokyo for my last order of TGS business – a visit to Polyphony Digital, the home of Gran Turismo. Being a huge fan of the series I’ve always wanted to visit the studio, and as you...

    Posted September 26, 2009

    TGS09: A Visit To The Home of Gran Turismo - Polyphony Digital

 


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