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Gran Turismo 4: Prologue, Racing, 2003



Developer: Polyphony Digital Inc.

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Incorporated

Damageable vehicles: No

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2007-11-18 14:39

Due to a delay in Gran Turismo 4, Polyphony decided to be charitable and offer anxious fans a taster of the next major installment in the Gran Turismo series, which essentially played out as an extended retail demo. Due to this, it was hard not to question the logistics - for around half the price of the full game you got 64 cars, 5 tracks, a laborious set of license tests and an arcade mode, as well as a preview of the updated graphics and physics engine and a few brand new tracks that featured in the final game. The car list wasn't all that inspiring either, with a surprising portion of the line-up comprising of undesirable cars such as the Toyota Prius, which was an issue when there was a limitation on the number of playable cars. Intriguingly, some aspects of Prologue also differed slightly to that of the full version of Gran Turismo 4 which was released a year later, with alterations made to the HUD for example. Whilst GT4 Prologue offered a tantalising glimpse to the final game, it was hard to justify its price tag for the content offered.

Gran Turismo 5 Prologue is currently scheduled for a 2008 release in Europe, and fortunately seems to include a more satisfactory range of innovative new content.

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.:TruenoLevin2000:. PT (4)

2011-09-09 14:26

I comment on some cars the method how to unlock them. Later I will complete it
EDIT: Complete!

-- Last edit: 2011-09-09 22:26:34

.:TruenoLevin2000:. PT (4)

2011-09-09 21:49

There are also some unplayable cars, inside them: Honda CR-X Del Sol, Nissan Primera 20V, Toyota MR-S S Edition, Nissan mm-R cup car, Peugeot 206 Rally car...

Ford78 PT (13)

2011-09-10 00:01

But Toyota GT1 is playable!
But to get the Toyota GT-One Race Car´99, it requires a Cheat. You can drive and unlock it only on Action Max Replay.
Here´s the video:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVrWtN7Ddr4

.:TruenoLevin2000:. PT (4)

2011-09-10 18:39

There is also a hidden track, Grand Canyon Road Track.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-01-28 13:05

This game had more tyre smoke and race cars' brakes heated up and glowed when you braked. Also, IMHO the graphics were slightly better in Prologue.

Renz203 PH (13)

2016-10-13 16:35

Can I add the real cars that can be found in the Ending Movie?
m.youtube.com/watch?v=U0WJ-u6UBq8

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