Edge- "When Kazunori Yamauchi’s latest entry in the Gran Turismo lineage finally arrived last November, it was greeted with muted fanfare by press and players alike. After an exorbitant development period, the widespread expectation was that it would deliver both a format flagship for Sony and a genre leader for racing fans - the finished product was almost doomed to fail in both regards.
But now, with nearly a year of continued patching, updates and content additions under its belt, it’s safe to say that Kazunori’s most exhaustive love letter to the automobile has matured into a much more modern game than you'd expect.
It remains a subject for debate if Gran Turismo 5 2.0 is what it should have been at launch, but nonetheless Sony and Polyphony never gave up and continue to press forward, with the most recent rumblings being that “much more content” is coming. Yamauchi himself has attested to another significant update coming in December, and in comparison with something as tragically under-supported as Test Drive Unlimited 2, Gran Turismo tifosi can be certain that their much-loved racing sim will continue to go from strength to strength, albeit at its own pace."