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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Johnnypenso, Jun 27, 2014.
That's deep, even scary, that you already know what GT7 looks like.
Oh my god. The media is gonna give 'em bad reviews???????? Who the hell cares about what some game review website rates a game.
Since were getting standard cars back, mind as well add back GT1 and GT2 cars back too.
Oh don't worry. Because it's going to effect GT's reputation as well, just watch.
Sorry PD, sorry Yamauchi. I love you, but only an IDIOT can do that...
For GT7 maybe PD should add the standards to the game as a post-release DLC for free. So then, if you don't like then don't download !
The customers do.
Would you stop whining? We have all of those cars as GT4 models.
Well what else is going to happen, PD are going to spend time modelling a detailed interior for standard cars? Or they're going to get MS Paint out and draw one on?
I'll give them the benefit of doubt, the game might still be in early development so things may change as they work on it.
Can YOU stop defending?
Compared to 1200, it doesnt sound appealing. Thats where the problem is. Playing with 200 cars was good enough for me, 500 cars would be great. If they can actually stick to a DLC plan. Then it can work out great, then once they reach the next iteration, they can have a good base to start and build up from.
They don't see them as lumps of turd. They see them as the same candy, but it's been sitting in the attic for a couple of years and they just found it during spring cleaning. Still edible...some people will eat anything.
Once again though, it's becoming about numbers. Cars are being reduced to numbers, not what they actually are. People keep talking about 800 standards and yeah, if you reduce it to a number like that it does seem like a big loss. When you actually look at what that number represents though, what those 800 cars actually are, you realise it's not such a big loss to drop 80% of them.
That's Dan Greenwalt's direction. Kazanori has just now set his direction. Lets see how much quality PD can bring.
No Prologue version : YES !
Sounds for GT7 : it's not a surprise to me
Course Maker and B-spec in an imminent update : YES !
Standard will be on GT7 : YES !
I hope other responses!
Nostalgia, probably the key word in Kazanori's thinking.
Can you say more please on the imminent release of b-spec and course maker ?
I'm guessing people who want standards would be fine when, playing Fifa to have the opposing team filled with PS2 era players, play with a PS2 era character in GTA V, Play BF4 with PS2 era weapons, Play Uncharted using a PS2 era Nathan Drake etc
I agree completely. The car list, currently, is unnecessarily large and I didnt feel individualism from each and every car, hell some even felt copy and pasted from something else. I would rather them go full next gen, not just in parts of the game.
That being said, they should pick out cars that are actually meaningful, and take out the rest, and focus on making those cars actually feel different from one another. With such a high number I'm sure some characteristics are added to certain cars determined by body style and engine position.
In my opinion I like the standard cars but I think it would be a good idea to have a separate dealer for them. I would.also not mind if they took the 50 standard.miatas.and maybe tuned it down to 5 standard miatas or something along the lines of that. Then with those miatas.you could chose witch spec you want it to have in a sub category in the menu. Like if you chose miata 91 you could.then select like the american or european spec version of tht specific car.
I'd at least expect those standard cars to have improved exteriors... if not then it's a complete show of laziness.
Absolutely shocking. I guess they'll do anything to keep the title of "Most Cars in a Racing Game Ever".
If they're pulling this bold move, I don't have much faith in the rest of GT7. Which is why I'm not buying it after reading this news. It's the only way to show that enough's enough.
Because gameplay is what matter to me
Like I said, think about it like this. PD are planning to do what no other games developer in the world are doing. That should be a mark of supremacy but not in this case, it's a mark of them being the odd ones out in a very negative way.
It's not the bad reviews they need to worry about, it's all the consumers being turned off when they see this. Diehard PD fans can defend this all they like, the general public are not PD diehard fans and the majority of the gaming public today care greatly about graphics. Look at all this hooplah about 720p/900p/1080p/30fps/60fps with pretty much any game. Lesser graphical games get slated by players, what are they going to make of this? Not going to be popular, I'd have thought.
If that is the case, why bother doing premiums at all, heck stick to creating thousands of standards and have a huge number of PS2 era cars and job well done.
How did Vettel say it, "Oh that's tough"
He is still an F1 driver. Gran Turismo will live through all the flak as usual.
They might change their mind, we don't know how far into development GT7 is to know if they're truly going to put them in.
@Johnnypenso could you change the poll question to "Do you think it is a good or bad decision"?
lol, GT7 will be a 1080p@60 game and it'll get praise for that even if it really is either a judder mess or a tearing fest because as most if not all PS4 games released the "60fps" part only applies to the back of the box and the game actually runs at an "unlocked" framerate fluctuating between 30 and 60 fps (but it hits 60, sometimes, so it IS a 60 fps game)
Sorry I'm just tired of this BS. I knew we wouldn't get the "sound patch" for GT6 but that's still icing on the cake. On top a big crappy cake part creamy premium cars, part ****** standard cars. Yummy!