Got it!

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo PSP' started by crea, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. martialstax

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    The only reason I ever buy a game console is for GT. I bought a Playstation for Gran Turismo in 1998, a PS2 for GT3 in 2001, and I will buy a PS3 when GT5 is released next year. So it follows that I never owned a PSP until GTPSP came out. I got mine 3 days ago. I've completed most of the driving challenges. I've only done a couple of regular races, and I've raced my roommate in ad hoc races a few times (he leads 2 races to 1). So far, I'm enjoying the acquisition of cars. I've bought nothing but classics. Lots of American muscle cars, European sports cars and Japanese nostalgics. Oh, I did get one new car: Enzo. I'm going through the garage cycle for the second time already, picking up cars I missed the first time either because I didn't see them ('73 Nissan Skyline GT-R) or didn't have the money (Lamborghini Countach). I'm enjoying it, and once I've completed all the driving challenges, I'll get to work on upgrading all the race tracks.
     
  2. psp88

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    Sorry for the ignorance, but what does the time limit feature do?
    I haven't touched it yet.
     
  3. CasualDriver

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    a little race against the zonda at Nürburgring:dunce:, sorry bout the quality:guilty:
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2009
  4. MatskiMonk

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    Bought the Game

    Discovered my PSP no longer worked

    Bought another PSP (cheap PSP1003 re-con)

    Discovered this PSP didn't work either

    Fixed my original PSP with the aid of screwdrivers and the internet

    Finally played the game!

    ... oh man ...

    How much harder is it with no analogue on the accelerator/brake! I've had to swith to Standard Physics just to get an NSX round the ring!
     
  5. FoolKiller

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    I haven't either, but I am assuming that it is a way to prevent yourself from playing all night. I hope it just acts as an alarm to let you know how long it has been and doesn't shut the game off, losing any unsaved data.

    I am sure the manual says, but I don't have it in front of me at the moment.
     
  6. Glubags

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    I love the very end, where the Zonda is pushing to catch you and runs wide. PD is improving the AI slowly but surely.
     
  7. webbo

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    I agree, I think it's much better in this game then what I've seen in all the previous instalments. I need to find a way of getting my replays up.