GameSpy writes: "PS3 owners have had every reason to feel owned by their 360 playing counterparts. Microsoft's box has been getting a steady stream of top-shelf games, while the PS3 has been the recipient of lesser games and lesser versions of multiplatform releases. Gran Turismo 5 should change all that. It's the first next-gen version of gaming's premier racing series. The bad news is that it won't be out for a year or so. The good news is that just like with GT4, Sony and Polyphony Digital have released a preview version. Gran Tursimo 5 Prologue may seem like an overgrown demo at times and the $39 price tag may seem high for what you're getting, but if you're a fan of the series -- or racing in general -- it's definitely worth picking up.
If you want to get the most from Prologue, you need to do one very simple thing: Go out and buy a 40-inch or larger HDTV with 1080p capabilities. Visually, the game shines in standard def, but it's truly photo-realistic at times in 1080p. Sony teased gamers early with an HD version of Gran Turismo featuring a run around the Eiger Nordwand circuit. It was meant to show off what the machine was capable of when played with by a solid developer. Prologue is every bit as pretty, and a lot bigger."
-Very impressive graphically, especially in HD;
-Strong online game
-Supports DualShock 3
-Single-player game is short
-Still too easy to win ugly
-Cars still don't show damage