Dealspwn writes: "The Short Version: Admittedly, it does sound like there’s more wrong with GT5, than there is right. Many of the negative points are based around the menus and the lack of progression in the game’s format when we’ve seen the competition flourish in recent years. Once you get on the track though and brave the in-car viewpoint, the game fires into life and demands respect. The car models are fantastically realised visually and in their handling, and the variety of vehicles on offer is unmatchable. You’re going to need a lot of patience to get GT5’s stubborn motor going, but it’s worth the effort once you do."