Resolution's Chris Schilling writes: Messy, self-indulgent, poorly-structured and extremely late – but enough about this review – Gran Turismo has finally crawled out of the development mire to putter apologetically onto PS3. By the internet reaction, you’d think Polyphony Digital had spent the last five years clubbing baby seals or that Kazunori Yamauchi was somehow responsible for the continued existence of the Black Eyed Peas. This week I spent some time with SNES racer Top Gear, which has a choice of four cars. It shows how far we’ve come in 18 years that people are disappointed when a mere 200 of 1000 cars are lovingly rendered right down to the interior stitching, while therest are slightly tarted up versions of (still decent) last-gen models. Expectations, eh?