Few racing games have been able to challenge the graphical quality of Real Racing, and GT Racing doesn't seem to give much chase. However, what GT lacks in crisp graphics, it makes up for with its depth of choices (vehicles, manufacturers, controls, tunings, tracks) and its quality racing experience. Comparisons to Gran Turismo are fair, and the GT branding does nothing to dissuade players from continuing to pair the two games. Gameloft has packed plenty of content into its newest offering, featuring 100 licensed cars from 24 manufacturers, from the slightly dull Ford Focus to exotic offerings from Lamborghini and other big names. Each car handles differently, offering a nice level of realism. There are 14 tracks upon which to race, offering a variety of track styles and environments.