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Gran Turismo 5: Prologue is a 2008 sim racing game released on the Playstation 3.
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Box Art

Gran Turismo 5: Prologue Box Art

Classic Game Room: Part 1Edit

Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Gameplay

Gran Turismo 5: Prologue Gameplay

The review starts of with a montage of gameplay. Mark said that finally a Gran Turismo game is on the Playstation 3. He also says that he's been a massive fan of the series since the first one. He says it has the best driving out of any game ever. He especially likes the cockpit view. He does note that it's missing the upgrade function. He also notes that it's pretty small with only 40 cars and 6 tracks, but does say that Gran Turismo 5 will be coming out at a later date. He also hates the menus in the game. He praises the graphics in the game. He also wonders why the game wasn't a launch title. He notes that it has no damage, but says that doesn't bother him. Part 1 ends with another gameplay montage.
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Classic Game Room - GRAN TURISMO 5 PROLOGUE review Part 1

Part 1

Classic Game Room: Part 2Edit

It starts off with another montage of gameplay. Mark says that we play games so we can do things we can't do in real life. He praises the cockpit view again. He corrects himself saying that even though there aren't many cars, it means you appreciate them more. He says it is quite hard to earn credits, but it's easy in online mode. He notes that this is the introduction of Ferrari into the series, but no Lamborghini. He does say you can upgrade the cars, but in the before the race menu. He lists a bunch of cars he wants in the full version. He still recommends it.

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Classic Game Room - GRAN TURISMO 5 PROLOGUE review Part 2

Part 2

Classic Game Room: Part 3Edit

Mark immediately tells us he's going to trash the game's online features. He tells us before playing online he kept getting an error message, so he had to google it. He then tells us that the online menus are not well done. He tells us that the beginners races suck, because there's no penalties and you keep getting disconnected. He does say that he had fun in the intermediate races. He does prefer the Xbox Live races in Forza Motorsport 2. He does like the fact that the races are quick and get you lots of credits.

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Classic Game Room - GRAN TURISMO 5 PROLOGUE review Part 3

Part 3

Classic Game Room: Part 4 - High Speed RingEdit

Mark said that it was recreation of the track from Gran Turismo 1. He said it is challenging on the corners. He said he loves the bridge that they added.

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Classic Game Room - GRAN TURISMO 5 PROLOGUE part 4, High Speed review

Part 4

Classic Game Room: Part 5 - Suzuka CircuitEdit

Mark said that he lovees the track as it is so challenging. He also said it's a challenge to keep your speed up while turning. He notes that he set a new world record. He said it gets more challenging with faster vehicles. He said it's difficult to get your perfect time on the track.

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Classic Game Room - GRAN TURISMO 5 PROLOGUE part 5, Suzuka review

Part 5

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