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Hedon

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Ugh....still no skid marks made from the cars?!?

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Andrew

Never even noticed that til you pointed it out lol. No doubt it'll be in the back of my mind all the time now :p

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Sethos

How can you do a car game without skid marks :laugh:

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rajputwarrior

How can you do a car game without skid marks :laugh:

lol i didn't notice either...

(Y) needed a new wallpaper

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AbandonedTrolley



Video some of those GIF's were taken from, damage looks pretty good at the end :)
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DigitalE

This game just keeps getting better and better.

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Most likely just sponsorship, but maybe Porsche will make it in...

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Sweet ass gif, physics are much better.

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rajputwarrior

that last gif looks like real life...

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that last gif looks like real life...

GT5 Prologue was/is still the looker as well ;)

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carmatic

seems that the undersides of cars are simply left as a flat blank black surface

i remember the old Gran Turismo's used to limit how far the car could tilt to one side so you wouldnt see the undersides of the cars, i guess this is not the case anymore

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Unrealistic

The first shot looks like ass when viewing it as it's resolution, so I'm not sure what the point of that is. The car looked somewhat okay though.

http://www.gtpla.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Gran_Turismo_5_Photo_Mode_Kyoto_Shirakawa_Mercedes_Benz_SLS_AMG_10.jpg

that last gif looks like real life...

Replay mode looks great, but it doesn't look that good in-game. If it did, I would be pre-ordering it today.

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Wind Effects Shown in Latest GT5 Demo?

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=8padDk9ZakE

Here's an interesting video from GT5's latest appearance at Gamelab in Spain last weekend: watch the dust kicked up by the cars as they clip the inside of the curb around 1:20. As you can see, it appears to be quickly whisked away by a strong breeze. This is quite different from what we saw when GT5's new Nurburgring circuit was officially revealed back in May -- watch the video below of the same car from the same camera angle, and you'll see a puff of dust rise straight up into the air, undisturbed.

With that said, the wind effect appears to be somewhat over-exaggerated, and you'll notice that nothing else in the environment is moving appropriately (most obviously, the trees). So, is this just an errant bug? Or is it, perhaps, a tiny sample of GT5's weather effectsthat accidentally slipped into this demo? I'm not convinced just yet, but it's a curiosity that I hope we will be able to learn more about very soon.

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Source: http://www.gtplanet....atest-gt5-demo/

Lots of new footage above as well.

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Hedon

Replay mode looks great, but it doesn't look that good in-game. If it did, I would be pre-ordering it today.

True. Both Forza and GT look awesome in replay. In game is a different story. However, racing in sims isn't about the graphics, it's about the physics, the love for cars, and the desire to experience real life tracks in a virtual way. This game is a must buy for me, as it's the main reason I got a PS3.

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rajputwarrior

GT5 Prologue was/is still the looker as well ;)

yeah it is, but after playing the demo with the 370z it was hard to go back to prologue...

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Sethos

Hopefully you can take the Nascar races onto a proper track, see how they fair.

Going left for 2 hours straight isn't really that exciting :rofl:

EDIT: Ohhh, from the screenshots it looks like you can - score.

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Hedon

Added the Madrid one just for you Sethos :). I love NASCAR road races (Sears Point, Watkins Glen, and now National at Road America). I am glad they have Daytona in the game too, but I think we can probably (hopefully) use them on all the tracks.

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DigitalE

Added the Madrid one just for you Sethos :). I love NASCAR road races (Sears Point, Watkins Glen, and now National at Road America). I am glad they have Daytona in the game too, but I think we can probably (hopefully) use them on all the tracks.

Has it been confirmed that Road America will be in GT5?

Cause if it's not, I'm gonna be mad.

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riceBox

LOL, I'm getting confused with most GT5 pics/GIFs. Sometimes they look too good for a game, makes me wonder if they took it from real life then brand it "from GT5."

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Hedon

Has it been confirmed that Road America will be in GT5?

Cause if it's not, I'm gonna be mad.

I have not heard confirmation of that, no.

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Nicholas-c

Are we still getting the F1 car? It was in prologue... the E3 trailer shows Vettel and Newy (F1 redbull, Driver and designer) doing voice...

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