- 27 Aug 2012
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Oh the irony! Works fine on my mobile. Lol
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Oooh. You could check the track out on Google maps as I'm sure it passes through Piccadilly Circus. I think that shot is Northbound out of PC on Shaftsbury Avenue.Acegadgets said:I have this one.
Free to a good home!
I'm quite impressed with the quality of the graphics on the city tracks. Has anyone ever travelled around London to see if they can see where the track goes?
http://eu.gran-turismo.com/gb/news/d52881.htmlgran-turismo.com said:GT5™: Academy Edition has been re-mastered to include all the functionality updates and new content that has been made available since the launch of GT5.
Thanks your your help this afternoon, ChrissP, much appreciated.ChrissPeacock said:Martok/Halo, I'm a bit worried you will find things a little frustrating to start with, unlike most racers the trick with Gt is not to slide. Slower is often faster so gently in on the brakes the try not to hit the throttle until you know you will not have to lift off again. Coasting the apex is often the trick. Time trial in practice will give you a ghost car of your best lap. This can really help to show up the difference in corner entry and exit.
Try not to be too dependant on the driving line aid or you will find you never really learn the tracks though it is a good guide to get you started.
By the way, I'd avoid arcade mode and go strait in to Gt life.