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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 1' started by ohyeahthatdude, Nov 25, 2011.
A "installed-tuning-upgrades-list" ?
Great stuff Xenn!
Xenn! i was going to ask you if you would be interested in this thread but i didn't think you had gt1
Couldn't forget this game, haha.
I couldn't either. Although, I wish I could get access to one of those early Japanese demos. I want to try to gameshark codes that Mattj55 on youtube used to get the hidden cars and try them out myself.
oh xenn, you've been on this thread since the start. just forgot as i haven't visited this thread for ages.
Something new from MattJ155.
Wow, really interesting!
Mystery of GT1 Main Menu Screen.
Anyway, after watching that video I see one interesting thing:
Prowler in GT1?
And sorry for double post.
Well, the Prowler started production in 1997 which was around the same time that GT1 was released. So maybe the Prowler was planned to be in the game.
The Racing Model cars are cars that were given a RM while Racing Special cars are prize-only cars like the FTO LM, Del Sol LM, Viper GTSR, etc and Special cars are race cars that can be bought in the Special cars in different manufacturers.
It's been a while since I've been here, but I decided to try a Japanese demo of GT1 and I finally solved a mystery of mine. The origins of the Green Evo IV that was in a screenshot on the back of my GT1 game cover. Here it is! :3
I used to have a game cover of it of my game aswell and not sure if it's in the game, I could check it myself later...but does the Toyota MR2 appear to have some kinda of a purple color? Maybe it's somekind of blue but kinda looked a bit purple.
^Well, GT1 does have the MR2 come in purple actually. The same with the other GT titles.
Anyway, here's another screenshot from the demo and look at what's wrong with it on the left. There's 2 Celica GT-Fours listed and I clicked on both of them. They're the same car.
Perhaps different year versions? Look in the preview images for both od them, though sinc eit's black and white, it's hard to see. The silver one, the second; has a grill, the first one might not have it. But it's in black so, could be very well hidden.
I'm telling you that it's the same model. I'll post 2 screenshots of both of them later.
Okay, okay. I was just pointing out about the preview pictures of them in the showroom.
EDIT: Checked on IGCD.net and it seems that's what I meant: the black celica preview, it might be a GT-FOUR anyway but afetr looking deeper, I discovered - the black celica preview, it used a shot of the SS-II. Yeah, without a doubt.
If you don't believe me, check it yourself, look the front of teh SS-II variant of the celica and look at that preview picture of the black celica.
I know that, but they're both labeled "GT-Four" for some reason and when I clicked on both, it was showing the GT-Four.
Yeah, which is rather sad. The first one should have been a SS-II not a GT-FOUR. I never noticed this mistake before bu the version you have is the Japanese one. I could check on my american release here sooner or later.
Actually, the 2 other demos I have access too display the Celicas correctly. The SS-II actually is a SS-II.
Heh, nice. I knew there was something fishy about that - apparently someone at PD did put the wrong car and and wrong name in some version i guess.
@Xenn, what do you think of @Leo2236's tools? Can we get something out of it? (Leo's also made a DAT extractor)
Do you have more demo menu screens, please?
I don't think I have anymore screenshots, but here's a video if you're curious about the menus:
only watched first minute as i was busy, but i recognise the toyota dealer music. isn't that from gt6?
Sort of. A slightly remixed version appeared in GT2 as the music for East City, which was then remixed again into a more jazzy version for GT4. The GT4 version is the one used in GT6.
Interesting thread, thanks for pointing it out @tankuroded.
All the textures that the track use.