Gran Turismo 4
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Gran Turismo 4

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9.0

Gran Turismo 4 PS2 Review

Console Obsession
31 May 2010
  • Excerpt: So, once again we’re confronted with the so-called quintessential PlayStation racer. You may sense a distain in our tone, a certain edginess even. Well put yourselves in our reviewing shoes for just one moment. Imagine standing at the very top of a cliff and before you are a queue of people, a million souls in total.
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Brittlefish
18 March 2009
  • Summary: Sony PlayStation 2 1-2 Players, 1-6 LAN Players Rated E (Everyone) Release Date 2004/12/28 (JP), 2005/02/22 (US), 2005/03/09 (EU) Retail Price $49.99 Buy at Amazon Overall Rating 9 out of t0 The Gran Turismo series of racing simulations have been generally recognized as the best available for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2, if not for all consoles. This installment in the series further refines the fit and finish of an already great game.
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GameBump
25 July 2008

Gran Turismo 4

The Armchair Empire
14 January 2006
  • Conclusion: There are also a number of new tracks being added to the game this time out, some set in real cities, others inspired by real-life tracks. Expect to be soaring through the streets of New York, navigating the highest reaches of an Italian mountain range, or even taking on Tsukuba in Japan.
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Gran Turismo 4 – Review

GameCritics.com
9 January 2006
  • Excerpt: I always enjoy it when I'm able to learn something about myself when playing a game. It can be something as simple as, "Gee, throwing people through windows sure is fun," or as complex as "in a post-Cold War world, I'm more than a little uncomfortable playing a game where I shoot Russian soldiers." If Gran Turismo 4 taught me one thing, it's that I'd be quite a good driver if it wasn't for all those corners.
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Overall 9
8.7

Gran Turismo 4

Game Over Online
20 November 2005
  • Excerpt: “Damn, this game is huge!” That was the first thing that crossed my mind as I checked out the fully unlocked and finally completed Gran Turismo 4 last week. I know, I’ve said that before…last October I basically said the exact same words about the release of the oft-delayed racing simulator. However, this time it’s for real (I promise).
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Overall 9
9.0

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SwankWorld
9 November 2005
  • Excerpt: ) is Polyphony Digital’s long-awaited sequel to a franchise that defines video game racing. In its fourth incarnation, it’s obvious that the makers created a much more polished game overall from the graphics and realism to the user interface on top of an expanded list of features. However, it’s that very polish that exposes the shortcomings and ultimately leads us to question the game’s claim that it is “The Real Driving Simulator.
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The Laser
5 November 2005
  • Summary: Overall, Gran Turismo 4 offers exactly what players have come to expect from the series: a highly-tuned precision driving simulator that’s demanding and deep. The gameplay is standard GT with hundreds of vehicles, many driving types and the extensive GT mode that offers the typically deep RPG-like racing experience. The sheer number of cars, vehicles and courses can be overwhelming, so its best to take this on in small chunks.
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Gran Turismo 4

AV Club
5 July 2005
  • Conclusion: Though GT4 is big and beautiful in almost every way, from car list to track list to song list, its fun factor is lacking, unless you're a bona fide car-obsessed grease monkey.
  • Pros: Driving through an empty Times Square calls to mind the opening scene in Cameron Crowe's
  • Cons: Arcade Mode doesn't pair up like-engined cars, so you'll often run into pretty intense mismatches. Fall behind, and it's game over, so you're left to suffer through a Sunday drive.
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Overall 9
8.8

Gran Turismo 4

Strategy Informer
19 June 2005
  • Excerpt: I still remember the day. Soon after I bought my Playstation 2, I saw the previews for one of my racing titles of all time. Yes, it was Gran Turismo 3: A-spec and it was one of the biggest releases for a racing game at the time. I watched every movie and saw every picture I could find until the game hit the shelves, as soon as it did I had it.
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