horrible music. Very very hard. One car. One view (inside).
This is the Biggest simulation ever for a car racing game on the DC since the psx bleemcast GT2.
The are limited to one view, inside the car (none of that behind stuff sadly...) and you only get to drive the F355 because that's the name of the game.
The analog triggers are used for acceleration and braking and are well proportioned depending on how haard you press them. The shifting is good and so are the driving aids.
There are manys options. Arcade, simulation/career, and versus(online/via cable).
You can practice, then test run, and then race for real. The AI is very unforgiving. Once you crash the game is over. And if you don't crash, placing into the top three is a shore on it's own. Placing into first is only achievable if you up the lap count to something more than 3 or 4. Unless you can modify the tire/engi...
The Soundtrack >_<
The game itself is excelent and a must try for any racing fan and definetly for most simulation fans.
The gameplay itself is quite simple you get a F355 and a nice set of custom abilities to use on the car itself ranging from paint to suspension tweaking. The idea is stock racing on it so you wont find upgrades to the actual engine in the game.
You get a nice variety of world known tracks like suzuka and laguna seca. All modeled to their true enviroments with full detail. Also you get various schedules for racing be it morning afternoon or evening. Really the focus is on how the game handles.
The car pulls and drives like a car of that calibur should. The only side effect is that Yu Suzuki didn't want to show beaten versions of the F355 so he opted to slow you down beyond belief when you hit walls or other cars. That in itself is possibly the worst drawback. Cars can hit you when they pass and move along but you...