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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 2' started by Razor440, Feb 7, 2016.
@JASON_ROCKS1998 got it
On the side it says the name of some tofu store in Japanese..... That explains a lot.
It explains a plot, wink, wink, nod, nod.
Is this a really bad pun? I'm lost here.
A very bad one that is, yes terrible it is. Yes. Ye-
FINALLY! WE GET TO LOOK AT SOME NEW PICTURES I TOTALLY FORGOT ABOUT!
Somewhat inspired by GT3.
I wish, I really wish.
It's a pretty nice wallpaper, isn't it?
Good old Red Rock Valley.
Spoiler: If you don't like swear words, you won't see my reference.
Probably didn't see this version.
The hunter and the prey.
Smoke in your face.
I remember experimenting quite a while ago
How did you do this? This is amazing and looks very faithful to the original wallpapers, and faithful to the early Gran Turismo games...I can tell this is a different game, but are those actual Gran Turismo 2 cars you used? I know your good at importing cars from GT4 so I wouldn't be surprised if you imported those GT2 cars for fun.
Here are a few for today...
Yep, that's another event wallpaper mockery I made."We use cash cows (as in the HKS Drag cars seen up front) so you have to (win.)
I wanted to salvage this one somehow. So I made it really blurry so you couldn't see the terrifying pixelation.
I think Polyphony didn't need a damage model, they already have cars with twitchy body panels, which kind of looks like as if the cars are digitally corrupted. Such as that red Lancia. Also notice the Taurus with the strange pillar.
I might as well make a wallpaper in the style of @ferrari gt . This one was inspired by the Mini Cooper wallpaper set at Trial Mountain. That wallpaper however, is a total lie to what Gran Turismo 2 looks like. That's why I made this one, to sum up Gran Turismo 2's weird side.
Yes, HKS Drag 180SX and HKS Drag Skyline R33 battle it out on the long straights of Test Course, while a Mine's Lancer Evo VI, a 1997 Tommykiara R (R33), a Tom's T020, and a Tom's Altezza struggle to keep up with them. Wierd.
This is the main menu screen from the demo versions, modified to look a bit more like the final product.
Also, that Honda S2000 is nowhere else to be found in the game manual whilst the Altezza, the Skyline, the RX-7, and whatever car is behind it are able to be seen in the game manual. This is from an NSTC-U trial version, hence the logo being different.
Since nobody who lives in the US is a Gran Turismo fan, I am probably one of the first to attempt to recreate a .png of the US verision of the GT2 logo. And, it's transparent!
It's not the best quality, so I will touch it up later...
Worst stereotype ever. Sorry if that's offensive.
I live in the US and I like Gran Turismo, and there are probably many more that are on the same boat, even if they vigorously defend it.
That's okay, it was a joke
It's true there are many GT fans, but I think most are interested into the latest game, are they? I've only seen 3 good reviews on this game and it's kind of confusing to understand why... There are so many other games that get more reviews than GT... But why?
There was no interior view in GT2 so...
Mother of God.
That is amazing.
How'd you do that?
Still better quality than standard GT6 cars.
Which had absolutely nothing.
We would have complained if we had PS1 quality interiors though...but better than nothing!
I think if PD put in cockpit view in GT1/2 it would look better than that. I mean NFS II had cockpit view and that looked like this:
Granted, NFS only had 10 cars or so compared to 140+ for GT1, but a lot of cars have similar interiors anyway (Skylines, Miatas, GTOs, NSXs, etc).
Not Likely. The interior you're showing is a bunch of high-resolution(by old standarts) pictures,and basically,they weight a lot and need more vram,GT already has pushed PS1 to the limits,so low-poly 3d interior with just a couple of little textures would do the trick back in the day
Great quote, really. Spent hours playing that
You in the wrong forum?
No, that's a caption form one of my images. It's a reference to a gaming legend
I'm hoping to do some screenshots soon.
This is actually from GT1, but I decided to put it here instead. And I did made those:
I don't get it.
Looks pretty sinister though.
I know most of these are from Gran Turismo 1 dealership menus but making a new thread for a couple images would be unnecessary.
Couldn't get a 90's specific Dodge Ram logo for this, or a HD image of the dealership's engine shot of the Dodge Viper GTS, so I used this image from the internet assuming it was an official press/brochure image. And just learned that The New Dodge logo or whatever you call it is actually in Times New Roman.
High Definition version of the Chevrolet Dealership image. Had to rip the Chevy logo from the game since NOBODY had this logo up on Google.
Finally, something that used all HD images!
Same thing, but with no blur and smaller logos.
The only image here that had one source-the game itself! Just fixed the aspect ratio since I run my games in 16:9 (cause I like it that way) and edited the image a bit.
Wasn't exactly what you usually see here but hopefully I can get myself to do some gameplay 'shots soon!
Mind if I share some of my own? My takes on what some cut dealers could've looked like.
You guys probably know by now, Ford was meant to be divided into US Ford, EU Ford and Mercury.
The Ford dealer in South City has a picture of the Ka, an European model (at least its internal name, 'efkan', suggests that). Since this is supposed to be US Ford, I replaced it with a Mustang. The manufacturer races are also based on Euro models, so they were taken to the appopriate subsidiary.
For EU Ford I just replaced the description with something that suited the Cologne-based company better. If this was to be included in the final game, it would be found in North City (unlike that early screenshot that had it placed in West City).
My take on Mercury. Not much to be seen here, if this was to be included it would sit between the Lister and Vector dealers in terms of relevance.
Something I made a while ago. A remake of a screenshot from the User Manual. I'd dig an early build with such menus!
@MMRivit Wow, those look amazing. Great descriptions for those cars, these showrooms look just as good as your videos.
Rest in peace modem circa 2003.