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Gran Turismo 6
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"A return to an earlier, simpler, cleaner GT"
4 stars"

First impressions are very positive.. the interface has undergone a huge ‘un-bloat’ and is simple, attractive and useable, with quick access to all the things you previously needed to change screens to get to.

Loading times are hugely better than GT5, with instant menu switches and much quicker load times for tracks. This alone makes for a much better experience.

I have only played through the early sections so far, but the progression through the races, licenses and events is logical and fun. The actual racing engine seems to be rock solid, the cars feel good and the game has had some nice visual tweaks. The AI has not looked weak as yet.

The only bad thing I can think of so far is that I'm missing the used car purchasing.. but the ‘recommended cars’ feature is really nice, saving you from guessing what kind of car is a good idea for what series.

All in all a real return to form and the feel of the early GT days

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"New physics engine is amazing!!!"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

GT6 has definitely improved over GT5 in terms of the driving experience because of the solid physics engine.. Driving the Alpine A110 on goodwood for the first time took me by surprise when I counter-steered too much and the car snapped back – PD didn't lie when they said you shouldn't make sudden movements. Suspension modelling is amazing! Only thing is that I didn't receive my Torque pack DLC code but I'm sure mighty ape will sort that out soon :) thanks Mighty Ape!

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"GT6 Worth It"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Was well worth the wait for the release, would easily compare to rival games, even Forza 5. Still was a let down on the Exhaust noises, but if you were to fully tune a car and not do the Exhaust in real life, then the noise is perfect. 4 Stars due to that.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.


GT6 for PlayStation 3 will bring new levels of authenticity to ‘the Real Driving Simulator’ as well as introducing stunning new tracks and cars and a revised user interface. A new compact game engine will improve operation and increase the flexibility to expand it with downloadable content. Meanwhile, the game is also set for expanded connectivity with other devices such as smart phones and tablets and increased social and community functions.

All of the cars and tracks from Gran Turismo 5, which has sold over 10m copies since launching in 2010, will be retained in GT6. But notable new additions to the already impressive line-up of historic cars, road cars and the latest race cars, brings the total car list to 1200 at launch, with new cars set to be continually added online. Several thousand aerodynamic parts and custom wheels will be available for almost all cars, and players can personalize their own custom cars in game to the greatest ever level possible.

The UK’s famous Silverstone Circuit will be just one of seven new locations in Gran Turismo 6, taking the total to 33, with 71 different layouts available, 19 of them brand new. There will also be regular additions of new tracks set to be made available online. The improved course maker function will provide gorgeous scenery spanning several tens of square kilometers including the magnificent backdrop of Andalucía.

The theme of Gran Turismo’s inno­vative collaborations with partner companies will increase with the inception of GT6. A number of exciting new projects that blur the line between the virtual and real will be announced in the run up to the game’s launch. Not least of these is GT Academy, a collaboration with Nissan to unearth real racing driver talent that first ran in 2008. It was announced during the event that the competition returns for its biggest ever year in 2013, with the entry mechanic set to take place on an exclusive GT6 demo in July.

Other notable partnerships in the development of GT6 have been with tyre manufacturer Yokohama Rubber and suspension company KW Automotive. Both companies are active in the commercial car industry and in racing, and they have acted as technical development partners for the game’s new physics engine, for its tyre and suspension kinematic modeling, creating an even more realistic experience for GT fans.

Release date NZ
December 6th, 2013
Game Platform
  • PS3
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All-time sales rank
Top 500
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