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Gran Turismo Concept 2002: Tokyo - Geneva - Playstation 2


Gran Turismo Concept 2002: Tokyo - Geneva
Title: Gran Turismo Concept 2002: Tokyo - Geneva
Platform: Playstation 2
Rating: 3+ (PEGI)
Release Date: 01 Jul 2002
SKU: PT417
RRP: £29.99
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Description


Everybody knows that Gran Turismo is the most statistic-crunchingly realistic driving game ever made. Simple. What isn't so simple is describing exactly what the awkwardly named GT Concept 2002 Tokyo-Geneva actually is. It's not a sequel, it's not a mission disk, but it is exclusive to Europe. Sort of. There have already been a few GT Concept games released in Japan in the last couple of years, all themed around famous motor shows in Tokyo, Seoul and Geneva. This is a sort of best-of collection of those that, for no readily apparent reason, will not be sold in the US.
GT Concept 2002 has two main goals: to provide a version of Gran Turismo 3 that's easier to get into and play, and to include a whole heap of brand new motors including special concept cars that you normally only see at the aforementioned motor shows. And pleasingly it ds exactly this, with the new driving aids being particularly welcome to anyone who has ever had trouble with the game's notoriously sensitive control system.
If you own a PS2 and you're even remotely interested in driving cars very fast around beautiful looking tracks then you simply must own a Gran Turismo game--and this is the perfect place to start. If you're already a fan, though, this is the ideal stopgap until the next full sequel comes along. Which basically works out as a bit of win-win situation, especially at this pleasingly non-rip-off price

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