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According to CVG, there will be a major update later this year for Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, that will add vehicle damage.

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"Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that a "major update" is coming for Gran Turismo 5 Prologue later this year, which will add among other things long-awaited vehicle damage."

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# 1 ExtremeGamer @ 04/03/08 02:20 PM
How do you just add vehicle damage through a patch? I don't get that one.
 
# 2 bkfount @ 04/03/08 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ExtremeGamer
How do you just add vehicle damage through a patch? I don't get that one.
but they said major update..
 
# 3 pk500 @ 04/03/08 10:14 PM
Do you think Sony will have downloadable AI, too, so smart AI can join damage for the first time in a Gran Turismo game?

Imagine that ...

Take care,
PK
 
# 4 Spectre @ 04/03/08 10:48 PM
I pray/hope the damage isn't purely cosmetic
 
# 5 pk500 @ 04/03/08 11:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Spectre
I pray/hope the damage isn't purely cosmetic
Don't hold your breath, man ...

Take care,
PK
 
# 6 ExtremeGamer @ 04/04/08 08:10 AM
Yeah, no question it's going to be cosmetic. Major update or not.

And with PK's point, no question that the drivers will still follow the exact same line every lap, no matter what happens.
 
# 7 pk500 @ 04/04/08 03:49 PM
This feature explains perfectly why Gran Turismo sucks like a Hoover:

http://www.computerandvideogames.com....php?id=186218

Take care,
PK
 
# 8 Flawless @ 04/04/08 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by pk500
This feature explains perfectly why Gran Turismo sucks like a Hoover:

http://www.computerandvideogames.com....php?id=186218

Take care,
PK
Ugh. This, the Kotaku review, and the IGN UK review I previously posted have really turned me off.
 
# 9 bkfount @ 04/04/08 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by pk500
This feature explains perfectly why Gran Turismo sucks like a Hoover:

http://www.computerandvideogames.com....php?id=186218

Take care,
PK
honestly, how many games is this also present? Forza had physics problems as well, and places where one could cheat the track when they found it. He talks about the top times being cheats, but when I played Forza 2 when it came out, almost all the top times were done by cheaters and exploiters. You could even watch them do it in their nazi swastika painted cars in the replay. It's just something that will always be a part of racing games.
 

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