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How well done are the SIM. physics?

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by dc67, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. dc67

    dc67

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    Especially the F1 car compared to other top SIM. games?
     
  2. Eric Tozer

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    Maybe download the GT Academy demo from the PS store & try out the physics.
    As for the F1 I still haven't got there so I'm not qualified to comment.
     
  3. dc67

    dc67

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    I don't own a ps3.
     
  4. Rudra Chattopadhyay

    Rudra Chattopadhyay

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    Well crash mechanics is an important part of physics I suppose & GT5P doesn't have it. Otherwise, the car handling & stuff are pretty much life-like. That's why Sony & PD dared to organize a real-life race for the winners of the GT Academy competition :D. But GT5 will have car damage, weather etc & that alongwith head tracking support using PS3 eye should make it very realistic.