Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (2001)

Video Game  |  Family, Sport  |  10 July 2001 (USA)
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Racing simulation that lets players race a wide range of cars in two different gameplay modes.

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Racing simulation that lets players race a wide range of cars in two different gameplay modes.

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The real driving simulator


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Another highlight in the GT series
2 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Upon first playing of this game I could not believe the superb graphics; what an improvement over GT2! I like GT3, but I am disappointed with the dramatically less number of vehicles you can drive in the game compared to its predecessor. I think you only get around about 150 - 200 cars in GT3, which is disappointing when you could drive more than 600 in GT2. Then again, with the release of the game early on in the Playstation 2's lifespan, I suppose this is to be expected.

Of course, with GT3, we are rewarded with extra tracks and a more detailed driving experience, but perhaps the main flaw with this game - and its two predecessors - is that you cannot damage the vehicles whatsoever. However, the replays are superb!

Although the aim of the game is no different to its predecessors (win races in GT mode to unlock new vehicles and courses etc), GT3 is still a massive contribution to a racing game series that redefined the genre, and will continue to set the benchmark in that respect.

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