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Gran Turismo 4 (PS2)Platform: PlayStation2Condition: New This Title Also Available As:Pre-Owned/Used: Very Good Condition games availablePlease get in touch for information on these options.Product InformationNew physics engine adding a higher level of realism in cars, which allows for cars to be ha...
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Gran Turismo 4 (PS2)Platform: PlayStation2Condition: New This Title Also Available As:Pre-Owned/Used: Very Good Condition games availablePlease get in touch for information on these options.Product InformationNew physics engine adding a higher level of realism in cars, which allows for cars to be handled easier More than 5,000 polygons per vehicle capture exceptional detail, right down to the disc brakes behind the wheel Up to 100 courses including Nurburgring, New York City, the Grand Canyon, Tsukuba Circuit, Fuji Speedway, Citta di Aria, Hong Kong, Costa di Amalfi and others More than 500 vehicles encompassing manufacturers from around the world with a range from vintage to modern models seen today All vehicles are fully customizable from racing tires to gear ratio Race opponents posses advanced artificial intelligence, which allows for behavior that captures human-like emotion Refined replay mode with broadcast-quality graphics Four race modes including: GT Career 'Simulation' Mode, GT Online Mode, GT Arcade Mode and GT Photo Mode Product Description In Gran Turismo 4 the characteristics of the cars are realistically designed and calculated so that they handle as per the real-life physics of that particular vehicle, taking into account weight, speed, friction, wind and more. New technology immerses the player in real-life environments such as New York City and the Grand Canyon. Highly detailed vehicles and environment mapping create broadcast-quality graphics, from light and competitor car reflections on the player's automobile to leaves on a tree shaking in the wind. In offline gameplay, players will have the opportunity to race in enhanced arcade and simulation modes, experiencing more than 500 authentic automobiles from manufacturers around the world, with a range from vintage to modern vehicles. Courses include existing closed racing circuits to specially designed city courses, reaching a total count of up to 100 tracks. The online mode features a robust system for players to race with up to six other players and interact and chat with others to form an automotive community. Review Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 4 is one of 2005's biggest releases and, to boot, one of the most important PS2 games yet. What makes it such a significant title? First up, Gran Turismo 4 is bigger and better than previous games in the record-breaking series. Much bigger, in fact: there are some 500 cars to drive, and around 100 courses on which to take those motors for a spin. Every single car is a perfectly modelled replica of its real-life equivalent, containing much more detail than the car models found in Gran Turismo 3. And it shows: thanks to this increased level of detail, GT4 edges the series ever closer to photorealism. By far the biggest of Gran Turismo 4's many attractions is its online play. Over the Internet or using a local area network of PS2 consoles, it will be possible for six people to meet and race, each with their own cars. The prospect of an online Gran Turismo community is certainly something to look forward to. As Gran Turismo continues to evolve, Polyphony Digital ups the ante by making each new instalment more comprehensive than the last. Gran Turismo 4 follows that admirable trend: its driver AI is more lifelike, its physics engine is more complex, its engine noises sound closer to the turbines mimicked... and there's more of everything. To top it all, GT4 boasts improved handling over GT3. All this work should achieve the desired result: Gran Turismo fans will be kept happy and new converts will be made. --Jonti Davies

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Gran Turismo 4 (PS2)Platform: PlayStation2Condition: New This Title Also Available As:Pre-Owned/Used: Very Good Condition games availablePlease get in touch for information on these options.Product InformationNew physics engine adding a higher level of realism in cars, which allows for cars to be handled easier More than 5,000 polygons per vehicle capture exceptional detail, right down to the disc brakes behind the wheel Up to 100 courses including Nurburgring, New York City, the Grand Canyon, Tsukuba Circuit, Fuji Speedway, Citta di Aria, Hong Kong, Costa di Amalfi and others More than 500 vehicles encompassing manufacturers from around the world with a range from vintage to modern models seen today All vehicles are fully customizable from racing tires to gear ratio Race opponents posses advanced artificial intelligence, which allows for behavior that captures human-like emotion Refined replay mode with broadcast-quality graphics Four race modes including: GT Career 'Simulation' Mode, GT Online Mode, GT Arcade Mode and GT Photo Mode Product Description In Gran Turismo 4 the characteristics of the cars are realistically designed and calculated so that they handle as per the real-life physics of that particular vehicle, taking into account weight, speed, friction, wind and more. New technology immerses the player in real-life environments such as New York City and the Grand Canyon. Highly detailed vehicles and environment mapping create broadcast-quality graphics, from light and competitor car reflections on the player's automobile to leaves on a tree shaking in the wind. In offline gameplay, players will have the opportunity to race in enhanced arcade and simulation modes, experiencing more than 500 authentic automobiles from manufacturers around the world, with a range from vintage to modern vehicles. Courses include existing closed racing circuits to specially designed city courses, reaching a total count of up to 100 tracks. The online mode features a robust system for players to race with up to six other players and interact and chat with others to form an automotive community. Review Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 4 is one of 2005's biggest releases and, to boot, one of the most important PS2 games yet. What makes it such a significant title? First up, Gran Turismo 4 is bigger and better than previous games in the record-breaking series. Much bigger, in fact: there are some 500 cars to drive, and around 100 courses on which to take those motors for a spin. Every single car is a perfectly modelled replica of its real-life equivalent, containing much more detail than the car models found in Gran Turismo 3. And it shows: thanks to this increased level of detail, GT4 edges the series ever closer to photorealism. By far the biggest of Gran Turismo 4's many attractions is its online play. Over the Internet or using a local area network of PS2 consoles, it will be possible for six people to meet and race, each with their own cars. The prospect of an online Gran Turismo community is certainly something to look forward to. As Gran Turismo continues to evolve, Polyphony Digital ups the ante by making each new instalment more comprehensive than the last. Gran Turismo 4 follows that admirable trend: its driver AI is more lifelike, its physics engine is more complex, its engine noises sound closer to the turbines mimicked... and there's more of everything. To top it all, GT4 boasts improved handling over GT3. All this work should achieve the desired result: Gran Turismo fans will be kept happy and new converts will be made. --Jonti Davies
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Gran Turismo 4 (PS2)Platform: PlayStation2Condition: New This Title Also Available As:Pre-Owned/Used: Very Good Condition games availablePlease get in touch for information on these options.Product InformationNew physics engine adding a higher level of realism in cars, which allows for cars to be handled easier More than 5,000 polygons per vehicle capture exceptional detail, right down to the disc brakes behind the wheel Up to 100 courses including Nurburgring, New York City, the Grand Canyon, Tsukuba Circuit, Fuji Speedway, Citta di Aria, Hong Kong, Costa di Amalfi and others More than 500 vehicles encompassing manufacturers from around the world with a range from vintage to modern models seen today All vehicles are fully customizable from racing tires to gear ratio Race opponents posses advanced artificial intelligence, which allows for behavior that captures human-like emotion Refined replay mode with broadcast-quality graphics Four race modes including: GT Career 'Simulation' Mode, GT Online Mode, GT Arcade Mode and GT Photo Mode Product Description In Gran Turismo 4 the characteristics of the cars are realistically designed and calculated so that they handle as per the real-life physics of that particular vehicle, taking into account weight, speed, friction, wind and more. New technology immerses the player in real-life environments such as New York City and the Grand Canyon. Highly detailed vehicles and environment mapping create broadcast-quality graphics, from light and competitor car reflections on the player's automobile to leaves on a tree shaking in the wind. In offline gameplay, players will have the opportunity to race in enhanced arcade and simulation modes, experiencing more than 500 authentic automobiles from manufacturers around the world, with a range from vintage to modern vehicles. Courses include existing closed racing circuits to specially designed city courses, reaching a total count of up to 100 tracks. The online mode features a robust system for players to race with up to six other players and interact and chat with others to form an automotive community. Review Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 4 is one of 2005's biggest releases and, to boot, one of the most important PS2 games yet. What makes it such a significant title? First up, Gran Turismo 4 is bigger and better than previous games in the record-breaking series. Much bigger, in fact: there are some 500 cars to drive, and around 100 courses on which to take those motors for a spin. Every single car is a perfectly modelled replica of its real-life equivalent, containing much more detail than the car models found in Gran Turismo 3. And it shows: thanks to this increased level of detail, GT4 edges the series ever closer to photorealism. By far the biggest of Gran Turismo 4's many attractions is its online play. Over the Internet or using a local area network of PS2 consoles, it will be possible for six people to meet and race, each with their own cars. The prospect of an online Gran Turismo community is certainly something to look forward to. As Gran Turismo continues to evolve, Polyphony Digital ups the ante by making each new instalment more comprehensive than the last. Gran Turismo 4 follows that admirable trend: its driver AI is more lifelike, its physics engine is more complex, its engine noises sound closer to the turbines mimicked... and there's more of everything. To top it all, GT4 boasts improved handling over GT3. All this work should achieve the desired result: Gran Turismo fans will be kept happy and new converts will be made. --Jonti Davies

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