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Gran Turismo 6 is so close now.... let's hear from the fans

#1Mad_CauliflowerPosted 11/19/2013 7:36:49 AM
I'm personally pumped for Mount Panorama (being an aussie) and hoping to hell that they tweaked some more engine sounds like they did with the GTR in the academy build.

Anniversary edition all paid off here. Everyone else excited for this one?

I'm even abandoning the Forza series for it (even though I've played 5 and thought it was excellent), since those original Xbox One "features".

But yeah, GT6 pre purchasers, purchasers and future purchasers.... are we pumped?
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#2PolishCockatielPosted 11/19/2013 7:50:23 AM
Racing simulators can go sodder themselves with a hot poking iron says I.
#3RollingCradlePosted 11/19/2013 7:53:18 AM
This is like the most boring genre ever conceived. Like, ever conceived.
#4Wario_manPosted 11/19/2013 7:53:40 AM
PolishCockatiel posted...
Racing simulators can go sodder themselves with a hot poking iron says I.


RollingCradle posted...
This is like the most boring genre ever conceived. Like, ever conceived.

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#5LogicLikerPosted 11/19/2013 7:54:24 AM
I recently bought a PS3 for it ...

Fingers crossed that the GT/Career mode is fully fleshed out ... with the depth and amount of content of GT3.
#6Mad_Cauliflower(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 7:58:46 AM
RollingCradle posted...
This is like the most boring genre ever conceived. Like, ever conceived.


I love racing sims, man. Especially the PC variety.
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Stan: "You knew Stockard Channing in her late 40's"
Roger: "No, I knew Stockard Channing in the late 40's. She was 50"
#7Mad_Cauliflower(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 7:59:50 AM
LogicLiker posted...
I recently bought a PS3 for it ...

Fingers crossed that the GT/Career mode is fully fleshed out ... with the depth and amount of content of GT3.


Yeah that'd be damn nice.

I'm kinda gutted as I just checked out a video of Forza 5, and it has Mount Panorama AND the V8 supercars. Oh well.
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Stan: "You knew Stockard Channing in her late 40's"
Roger: "No, I knew Stockard Channing in the late 40's. She was 50"
#8RollingCradlePosted 11/19/2013 8:01:51 AM
As a graphics whore I completely understand, but the game play bores me to tears, I hate it! And they make you race like amillion bajillion laps just to unlock that one kick-ass Ferrari I really want to drive! Ok, just two trillion more mind-numbing races and I'll finally have enough credits!

And the cars you pay money for as DLC, have to be unlocked, by earning in-game credits?!?!

It boggles the mind!
#9Mad_Cauliflower(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 8:02:05 AM
PolishCockatiel posted...
Racing simulators can go sodder themselves with a hot poking iron says I.


That's all well and good, but did you see the topic title, particularly the part that says "let's hear from the fans"?

If you hate racing sims, then good for you. I hate sports games, it's why I don't discuss them or go into topics about them.
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Stan: "You knew Stockard Channing in her late 40's"
Roger: "No, I knew Stockard Channing in the late 40's. She was 50"
#10Mad_Cauliflower(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 8:03:31 AM
RollingCradle posted...
As a graphics whore I completely understand, but the game play bores me to tears, I hate it! And they make you race like amillion bajillion laps just to unlock that one kick-ass Ferrari I really want to drive! Ok, just two trillion more mind-numbing races and I'll finally have enough credits!

And the cars you pay money for as DLC, have to be unlocked, by earning in-game credits?!?!

It boggles the mind!


Yeah that is a staple of the GT series, unfortunately.

I just really like rFactor, rFactor 2, iRacing and currently Assetto Corsa.... because damn they take skill to drive, and I can drive them like I drive my car
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Stan: "You knew Stockard Channing in her late 40's"
Roger: "No, I knew Stockard Channing in the late 40's. She was 50"