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How about some more tracks?

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I believe it'd be a safe assumption to say I am speaking for most Gran Turismo players out there that it'd be nice to have a few more tracks on Prologue while we're waiting for GT5 to come out. Even some old tracks from the previous Gran Turismos would be nice. You know, like Trial Mountain and Deep Forest? I was going to play those tracks on GT4, but the Driving Force GT does not work for GT4 on the PS3.

 

I hope Polyphony reads this and actually does something about it instead of having us wait until the end of the year in order to increase their chances of winning racing game of the year! That's what film makers do for drama films!

 

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May 19, 2010

Would be good but i think you'd have more chance of wining a trip to space!

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May 20, 2010

Oh, I just won a trip to space on this bottle of coke!

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May 20, 2010

Prologue is dead code. SONY didn't even keep their word about updating it with a whole bunch of features, so expecting updates now is futile.

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Re: How about some more tracks?

May 20, 2010

 

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I hope Polyphony reads this and actually does something about it instead of having us wait until the end of the year in order to increase their chances of winning racing game of the year! That's what film makers do for drama films!

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I have a feeling that PD's priorities are in a different place.  RGOTY (is that even?....) is not really worth lobbying for, seeing as how there's no competition.

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This is called, "We got you by the " and there is not much you can do.  Plus, I'm afraid that any revenue stream directed towards GT5P was diverted a long...long time ago.

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MastrGT wrote:

Prologue is dead code. SONY didn't even keep their word about updating it with a whole bunch of features, so expecting updates now is futile.


So is resistance. Mwahahahaha! Smiley Tongue

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May 20, 2010

My DFGT works fine with GT4 on the PS2 so it should work on the PS3.

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May 21, 2010

 


LaiChunKwan wrote:

I believe it'd be a safe assumption to say I am speaking for most Gran Turismo players out there that it'd be nice to have a few more tracks on Prologue while we're waiting for GT5 to come out. Even some old tracks from the previous Gran Turismos would be nice. You know, like Trial Mountain and Deep Forest? I was going to play those tracks on GT4, but the Driving Force GT does not work for GT4 on the PS3.

 

I hope Polyphony reads this and actually does something about it instead of having us wait until the end of the year in order to increase their chances of winning racing game of the year! That's what film makers do for drama films!

 

(I tried searching for a similar post, but did not find it)


LOL, if PD added just a few more tracks it would be GT5.

 

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May 21, 2010

last time i was informed there was supposed to be over 40 tracks. I think somewhere even 80.

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May 21, 2010

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last time i was informed there was supposed to be over 40 tracks. I think somewhere even 80.


Lol, who informed you of that? Flazonuri Bamauchi? Creator of Man Furismo Jive?

 

The truth is, only PD and Sony know how many tracks will feature in Gran Turismo 5. We'll have to wait and see. E3 next month is a possibility for receiveing this sort of news.

 

All anybody's heard so far regarding tracks is the now infamous statement - "20 locations and 70 variations."

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