More screens from the beautiful racing simulation PS3 title from Polyphony.
Looks great so far. Only real mistake I see is the one with all the people. They're not looking the right way! Of course thats only a minor aesthetic problem. Overall, this game looks gorgeous.
...pllleeease let the backgrounds actually be 3d this time! Heh.
or the fact that the humans dont cast shadows in that last pic, odd?
This game is for people who don,t want any next gen consoles except the ps3 and the gamers who havent played GT3 and 4.
This game looks great!
And for the first time we have a in-car view in a GT game + Ferraris and finally Online play.
Im good to go,bring it on! :p
As for now im playing TDU on the 360 but GT cant come soon enough.
Some screens look different. Some of them have a bit of the lines that PS2 had. And some look PS3 like! But overall, the game looks fantastic. I'm not even a racing fan. The best looking pics were the close up red car and the close up black car.
something is wrong with the xbox fans cause this look better then FMS2 but they hate on it because it is on the PS3 get a life
The grass and the threes looks last gen and so do most of the environment, but one thing has change dramatically since gt4 and that's the use of lighting. But what the hell, nobody will notice when there is a bloody beautiful Ferrari all over the screen :P
while the cars look fantastic and the house in 1 pic made the scene look real hot but the trees and grass and backround look horrid. its like a mix of new gen and old gen. the pic from inside the cra makes the backround look really bad.
Its a mixed bag, the mountains with the snow look amazing, but other things look old and not good at all.
Seems they just added a few high-resolution jpeg backdrops to try and fool the eye. Lighting seems quite nice in a few of the shots but we really need to see it moving to be sure. Have to agree with Happy Hippo and badkolo about the environments; pretty shocking.
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