Andriasang: Gran Turismo 5 has been out for close to a week now, and it looks like virtual racers are full of complaints and suggestions. Polyphony head Kazunori Yamauchi recently addressed a few player concerns at his Twitter account.
The man loves his twitter. I've grown fond of following developers on Twitter, it's actually fairly useful.
Next time, a lil less twitter, a lil more polish, premium cars, proper simulation damage and not this damage as you go nonsense, better online and FUN
Fun is subjective, though. What you consider fun, I might consider boring, and vice-versa. "GT 5" is great for what it is, a driving simulator. If that's not your thing, give arcade racers a try.
hes just mad he cant enjoy it as much as we can =D
All you people want is MORE, MORE, MOOOORE! Leave Yamauchi alone! Bwaaa waaaaaa waaaaaaaa.
This game is amazing i can't stop playing.
It's always a good idea to keep in touch with your customers. Feedbacks and complaints are important in making a product better.
"Gran Turismo 5 has been out for close to a week now, and it looks like virtual racers are full of complaints and suggestions." by "virtual racers" im assuming the gaming media. all the comments iv read on this site as well as others from users who actually put a dedicated amount of time absolutely love this game and are strongly recommending it to other ps3 users. i cant wait to get my copy :D
The one comment on the article has a good point, tracking tools for replays! And I would like to see fast forward implemented in B-spec like in GT4.
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