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I recently got myself a PS4 for the exclusives and I had to get Gran Turismo since racing is my fav genre. I expected something different since it has SPORT in the title? But turns out it's the same old GT that's on the PS3 with the same dull driving and poor sense of speed and lifeless drones for opponents. Even the grafix are the same as in the PS3 games, really there's not much upgrade at all. I hope they don't name the next GT EXTREME and make a carbon copy of the previous games again.



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Sounds like someone needs to go to sleep



dood, the game's been out for ages. How did you not know what it was like?



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Sense of speed is amazing from cockpit view in GT Sport and the driving in various car classes and even tweaks in the same car can be felt easily. And that is using a controller.

When it concerns graphics some environments don't look that special but in 4K / HDR it is amazing. And if you would do a side by side comparison with GT5 you can easily see the differences.

AI is also much better that the GT5 one.



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not sure what you are on about, GT is in its core allways the same just much more prettier, what kind of TV are you using?



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Well for starters, the next GT game is called GT7 and if Sim isnt your thing, you should scrap Sim racers altogether and pick up Forza horizon 4, its by far the best car racing game ever made. It got me into car racers and i am just not a fan of the genre. Unless its Mario Kart.



Agree with half of your criticisms, disagree with the other half.

It's definitely not PS3 standard when it comes to graphics; that's a ridiculous understatement.

I don't think it's dull either, but that's more subjective. It's an austere game (and series in general), because it's a sim first, racing game second; it can be hard to get into but once you do it becomes strangely compelling.

The computer AI is indeed still crap though. Lifeless drones is a good description. The only fun thing about the AI in the entire series is when you get bored and start to try and break its rigidity by setting yourself weird challenges, like making the AI that's coded to be first in the pack finish last by holding it up, spinning it out, etc.

I'd also agree that GT in general doesn't create a good sense of speed. If you do say 40mph around a corner it feels like you're barely moving. In Sport it's a less extreme version of the lack of speed found in GT HD Concept.

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kirby007 said:
what kind of TV are you using?

Monitor 32 inch 1440p 75 hertz IPS panel.



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I swear the graphical upgrade is minimal because I played GT5 not long ago, this year, and it's easy for me to compare these two games. They obviously used the same engine, mostly just upped the rezolution.



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Well you got everything wrong. But just to satisfy your need to know, the Sport in the name was because this title was focused to be an e-sport title.



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