Originally Posted by Allmachtige
I played PGR2 and GT3....GT3 owns it and its a much older game. I beg to differ about the physics good sir, for in GT3 you actually have to use your brain and turn the car with some skill (even some people in reality are still trying to grasp this concept) while in PGR2 you just...well race.
PGR2 = Arcade
GT3 = Simulation
I prefer hardcore simulation, hell I'm one of those guys that knows what each and every button in the cockpit of planes do in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
I used to play aircraft sims, until 2003. I have 2000 pro, and 2002 pro, but then I dunno, all the virtual airline stuff got boring, and I just swapped out of playing PC games.
I have PS2, GT3 I beat in about a week.
Sega GT 2002 for the Xbox, I beat in 2 days.
The first Project Gotham was majorly arcade, I beat in 4 days
This PGR, when you go to do revolution and circles, it acts like a sim. GT3 is far too easy, so its no fun. I can at least strive for higher dificulty to gain more points in this. Your right, for pure simulation of course Gran Turismo will own all, because of the modifiying scheme, and the tuning scheme. But for graphics, body roll, cockpit interaction, PGR kills it.
I just rented True Crime and beat that in 3 days. Now that was a fun game.........