They should release it, its like free money for them. How much does it cost to manufacture a single disc? Like less than a buck for them? So the $29 profit has to go into someone's pockets. The economy needs it!
Really? I thought all the cars in the game were based off the concepts at the Tokyo Auto Show? The only cars that GT3 had from the concept version were the RX-8 and 350Z i think. Then we have the new Integra Type R (RSX-R),the new R35 concept, and all these weird cars which were never in GT3. I wanna try out the Honda Dualnote, 400 HP sedan!BluLuder said:Most of the cars are already in GT3.
I dont think they are bringing it over.
But like someone said, its easy money if they did.
Wish we had control over it , I think they know people want the good stuff , but who knows if or what they have to pay to get them in......Ruffryder said:Yeah, they should have new tracks for GT4 and also since it's coming out around 2005(?), that should be enough time to get all the 400+ cars there were in GT2 too..that's what I liked about GT2: variety of cars. On a side note, have you guys seen the screen shots for Auto Modellista?? It looks very promising with its anime-styled graphics..I really dig the Fear Effect and Jet Grind Radio type graphics.
Yeah I was looking at menus and guessing, it wasn't too hard but still not too easy.mike_sho said:I made it through sega gt and tokyo extreme in japan....im sure you can make it through gt3's easier to navigate menus....
If not im sure you wont get bored of trial and error Its hard to play games like shenmue though.....practically impossible.