the ps3 will remain dorment.....Elwenil said:Just over 1,000 cars, not 10,000, lol. And that list is horribly incorrect and is from 2007, long before anyone knew much of anything about GT5. There will not be that many cars, and certainly not that many Mopars. So far Polyphony has only confirmed about 100 of the 1k cars, 200 of which will be "premium" cars with full damage modeling and detailed interiors and the other 800 will have either more generic cockpits or no cockpit view and low res damage. I imagine there may be DLC car packs, but nowhere near 10k.
Plus so many vehicles no game would ever put in. A '71 318 Scamp.Elwenil said:Why? 1k cars is unheard of in a racing game. Plus it has everything from gocarts to historical Le Mans racers, NASCAR to WRC to JGTC and all kinds of street cars. It will have a track editor, online racing against other drivers, rain and snow effects, day to night racing, HD graphics, 3D ready and who knows what else I can't think of off the top of my head. It's the most advanced racing sim made to date and nothing else comes close. It's literally a steal at $60 for the amount of gameplay you will get out of it. GT5 is the pinnacle, everything else is just an arcade racer or a poor imitation.
That's what makes it cool. So hopelessly stupid it's fun.Elwenil said:Yeah, that list was a "dream list" put together from fan posts on a GT fan site. Some of them are sort of stupid like the Max Wedge cars and quite honestly, the Ramchargers. It would be one thing if GT had a drag strip or a off road race but other than the WRC rally stuff, it's all pavement on exact copies of actual raceways with a few "fantasy" tracks.