Made a track description...because I love the Arcade Mode menu's style...just something about it really gets me. Of course, some screenshots of Seattle to compliment the previous image! Just decided to the Event Generator today, believe it or not. I was driving a nearly stock Dodge Neon ACR, which to my surprise, it is actually painted the same shade of purple as my TVR Cerbera Speed Six. Here was the starting grid. Let's see...we've got a New Beetle, a 323ci, a couple of Mitsubishi Mirages, and my tastefully 90's looking Dodge Neon. Decided to check out the NSTC-J replays...this one is basically Arcade Mode in a nutshell. I was always kind of bothered that a race-spec Shelby Cobra Daytona was racing against a pack of 90's "bedroom poster" cars, while crashing down some hilly streets. Probably not a good idea if you're planning to go to a Concours' event next week. Spoiler: Cue The Music! You know what that Ruf's face would be if it had one. "So Mark, what are you bringing to the race at Super Speedway?" "My new Ford Taurus SHO." "I sincerely hope you mean your Valvoline car you drove a couple weeks ago." "Nope, the FWD car will do the job for me" Well, nothing to really say here. Actually, I just caught a new specimen of Pokemon...it won't stop saying "Zoom." I think I'm going to call it "Mazda." What I love about Gran Turismo is that they really get their cities right. If you flip back and forth between a real image and this image of the Seattle Lighting building, you'll notice how accurate Gran Turismo 2 was compared to other games of the time when it came to quality and detail. Play this game for a couple hours, then switch to Test Drive 6...oh boy. Speaking of Test Drive 6... This is one of my favorite camera angles..would love to go to Seattle and try to drive on the circuit's path even if it means stop and go traffic...or rain for that matter. Gran Turismo 2 isn't the best when it comes to making images like this one of the Fiat Coupe and Alfa Romeo 156, neck and neck at Special Stage Route 5. Never expected to see this car lead the race for so long...I mean, it's a freaking Plymouth Pronto Spyder! Of course, what would Gran Turismo be without a cluster of race traffic? "And on that bombshell..."