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Topic: Gran Turismo Sport Review
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Gran Turismo Sport is now available on PlayStation 4, and the addition of Sport in the title is a little clue about the new direction for the series. And sure, classic GT modes like driving lessons and challenges make a welcome return, the bulk of the career stuff is relegated to an impressive but lacking online mode. One that will no doubt improve over time.

Where GT Sport excels though is in the handling and feel of each car in the game, which in turn makes no two driving lessons or race feel the same - further amplifying the enjoyment and satisfaction of completing each new stage or mastering a technique. As a series Gran Turismo has often been the high watermark for realism and GT Sport, even though driving assists (including braking) are present for beginners, learning the ins and outs of each car’s specific feel can often be the appeal. And in a stroke of genius on Polyphony Digital’s part, getting gold is almost always limited to those that drive without assists and have a full understanding of both the vehicle and surface. It’s one part of GT Sport that saves it from being a nice try to something that fans of the series should check out.

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