Arstechnica seemed to like it. http://arstechnica.com/gaming/reviews/2009/09/gran-turismo-psp-review-portable-racing-grows-up.ars
To put it very simply: this is the best portable racing game you can buy at the moment. At times it feels almost like a magic trick; Polyphony has done some amazing things with the hardware. It's very real, however, and in a few weeks it will be here. Save some money in the ol' gaming budget, whether you buy a PSP Go or not, you'll want to pick this game up.
- Absolutely stunning, 60FPS graphics
- The ability to listen to your own music will playing
- Wide variety of tracks and cars
- Detailed information and history of cars
- Races are simple to set up, can be finished in minutes, although longer tracks are available
- Strong multiplayer, with the ability to both share and trade cars with your friends
- Zippy loading times when installed to memory stick, UMD release includes the install option
- No online infrastructure mode
- Cockpit view is just the black shape of the windshield
- Only four cars in races, in both single and multiplayer
- A small selection of cars available to buy at the dealership, making it hard to browse all the available vehicles
- No damage to the cars
- AI can feel rather artificial and sterile
- Finding your saved replays is a pain in the ass, because there is no way to simply browse what you've saved; they're arranged by track
- People who traded in their PSP systems sheepishly buying another unit to play this
Well now, it aint THAT bad after all huh......
please these guys liked LAIR too
IMO, LAIR wasn't THAT bad, it just should've released with an option to change the controls....
Ah well, too little, too late.....