PS Blog EU: Last year we asked you to submit some snowy photos from Gran Turismo 5 in our Themed Photo Competition. What we did not expect was an absolute avalanche of incredible pics!
GT5 looks insanely realistic. Why can't real life be this realistic?
Real life got owned on the 23rd November 2010 RIP
whenever I take photos in the snow, the snow makes jagged edges around the car... why aren't those edges in these pics?
They must have used some program like PS to fix the jaggies.
These pics are not fixed http://farm6.static.flickr....
You can see jaggies. Look closer at pic 3 and 4. The bottom of the bumper is really jaggy. The rest, the background is blurred out so you can't really see it.
You need to put focus on the car, that should get rid of any jagged edges.
Will I get flamed if I say I wish game play looked like Photo mode?
You'll get flamed for asking "will I get flamed".
You mean Photo Travel? Yes I wished it looked that awesome too. Photo/replay looks just as good as gameplay.
it does look like photo mode. maybe slightly off but just slightly. and now to "flame" you.... grrrr go play xbox before i pwn you! you jizz stained noob! (im kidding about the flaming part)
Its just that I know I have to get a steering wheel to play it.
you don't ..you can some very cool sensation with a dualshock ... nothing will beat the feeling of a wheel , of course BUT the game is very pleaseant with rumble and and analog acceleration ( that's how i play )
you don't need a bloody wheel. Yeesh I don't know where this wheel rubbish become so important. Just play it with a control pad like 95% of GT fans play it. Don't put unnecessary crap in your way of not enjoying this master piece.
OMG my photo is on there!!! it's the last one on the list by the way.
you guys should check out the GT Planet Photo mode competitions. They have new competitions every week, and a lot of the photos are stunning
First one is the best looking one IMO...
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