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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by Roflwaffle, Jan 11, 2014.
I don't see it, Can you point it out please.
vague cloud shape mate.
I meant to post this discovery back in my GT5 days. I could not find a proper thread for GT5 easter eggs so I apologize for this small inconsistency. Also either notify me to delete this post or delete it entirely if this was an already uncovered secret.
I was and still am a fan of the Wangan Midnight series, both through the manga and the racing games. With that said, I made (with utmost unoriginality) to replicate and tune the Devil Z in Gran Turismo 5 as best as I could using the Nissan 240ZG.
As soon as the car was ready from the works, I decided to take it down Special Stage Route 7 with a one-make race in mind for thematic purposes. What was supposed to be an all-Z event turned out to be a terrifying realization.
From the starting point of the one-make up until the first left-hand turn, I had already made it to second position with relative ease. Though as soon as I reached the first section time, I was down by the pole AI of more than ten seconds. This gap grew further and further as the lap progressed. Before reaching the end of the first lap, the pole car recorded a gap of over one-minute to me. At that moment, I was at disbelief. My Z was tuned for power and specialized gear ratios for this specific purpose. It burned through all of the other Zs but why was it lagging behind?
I decided to back out from the race and look upon the line-up once more to check what car was being driven. (I apologize for the low phone quality.)
This is what I saw at first:
I was still skeptical of how another Z could pull so far ahead in one lap against a dead-end build of a Devil Z. I clicked on the replay and I discovered the true nature:
I"m sure that everyone knows this since GT5 but I just realized that this actually works...
What we all know about:
What I just knew about:
Ah, the Blackbird! Too bad it's the CTR2, and not the CTR (930)... but that's a nice touch from PD.
But it got lost and ended up at a Japanese banger club meet.
The Leader lights work on the Zytek Z11N Greaves Motorsports!
And the R18, and TS030... Old news.
How is that even possible???????
The AI car changed? Hmmm, interesting; it reminds me of a glitch I've heard about in GT2 long ago.
and finally 1st place plus time trials
anything but not 1,2,3 place or on drift trial is all off.
Thanks Derpy Hooves!
Thanks for the compliment,
Marlboro adverts in Madrid.
(Tobacco adverts are supposed to be a no-no in video games...)
Wow, that's surprising.
They got rid of the ones at Spa tho...
You mean Monza...?
They also got rid of the John Player Special livery on the 97T... So this must have been an oversight from the track designer.
NASCAR has a Cors Light Sponsorship but on the cars on Gt6 it's blurred out.
If they had that in, they couldn't have their low age rating.
As for the Marlboro ones, it's taken this long to find it so I'm sure they slipped it through the net easily.
Not really - it's in GTPEDIA.
I do not own a copy, so I did not know.
They never "Got rid" of the JPS livery, they just didn't have the original text on there (just as Codemasters did).
I can only assume that because this signage is on a fictional street circuit based in a real city (at the time it was modeled), it might be a small exception.
Apart from that, completely unsure.
They're also supposed to be a no-no in real life; tobacco advertising in public is criminalised left, right, and centre.
Is that the case in Spain? If so, then that's quite...interesting.
its funny cos I looked at a mag from 1977 and there were people smoking everywhere and now that stuff is banned over here.
I'm surprised that they forgot to remove that. I'm also surprised that the ESRB didn't notice this either.
I think it's been like that since GT5.
Interesting find: Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 '67
In photo mode I zoomed in "through" the rear Louvre and saw the rocker cover hidden below....
This is not visible from the outside view of the car
Anybody knew that Aston Martin DP 100 VGT has a rim that changes shape when braking?