Sega GT Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Sega GT Reviews5
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|Gaming Target||9.5/10||Sep 15 '00|
|GameCenter||9/10||Aug 30 '00|
|Gamespot UK||7.3/10||Nov 30 '00|
|IGN Dreamcast||9.2/10||Aug 28 '00|
|Solinari Gaming||7.7/10.0||Apr 11 '02|
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Sega GT Previews
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|IGN Dreamcast||Feb 16 '00|
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"Players equipped with a Jump Pack will be delighted by the advanced vibration effects that have been coded into the game. In addition to the normal pulsations one expects over cobblestone roads and against curbes, Sega GT also simulates the subtle transitions you might feel when moving from smooth to worn pavement under heavy cornering loads. After experiencing this for the first time, you will probably never be able to go back to the more basic slap-'n'-tickle vibration-enhanced games."
"...poor control and an unintuitive interface... driving fans will enjoy the wide range of racing available... vast library of licensed cars... All of the graphics in Sega GT are noteworthy, some for the wrong reasons..."
"That said, I think that SGT's tracks are fun, but they're missing something. Let me explain. GT2 has the best tracks I've ever raced on in a videogame. They're brilliantly designed to test your racing skills with a variety of different radius corners on different cambers. What I also like is that GT2's courses are incredibly realistic, and are very well designed to test different kinds of cars with different kinds of power."
"Learning curve and spotty cityscapes aside, Sega GT is the best driving simulation that Dreamcast fans could hope for. With such a diverse list of things to see and do and a collection of cars and options worthy of any local pot luck, how could you go wrong? A veritable mine of gaming gold, you owe it to yourself, your friends, and your Dreamcast to purchase Sega GT today."
"While not an innovative racer by any means, Sega GT manages to bring most of the Gran Turismo fun to Dreamcast owners."