Posted 05/19/2006 7:17 PM
Welcome go GTVault, senninha. It's always nice to see PC gamers realize the depth of tuning in the GT game series. At the risk of dating myself, I've been a rabid PC and console gamer since the late 1970's. I have played through so many games I can't even count them. There was a point in time when I didn't play much on the consoles (mid 1990's) as the PC games at the time were typically far ahead in terms of graphics and gameplay depth. Those were the days when we saw the advent of hardware 3D accelerators on the PC. Anyway, I credit the GT series with getting me back into console gaming.
I will second aspen on both of his points. ASM in GT seems to rob cars of their potential. A lot of people don't touch it, and it can become somewhat of a crutch if one spends too much time racing with it set at the default numbers. I know you're probably playing the crap out of GT3 right now, and it deserves some serious attention. However, ponying up the bills for GT4 and possibly a wheel is definitely worth it.