Rated 4.7 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Xanatos117 Best Racing Game on PSP First off, the item description for this game on walmart.com is actually a copy and paste from Gran Turismo 4. It is a little different, however it's actually pretty close. There is instead, 800 cars and 35 tracks. The graphics/physics engine is on par with the PS2 games, and the amount of time you can spend in it is unbelievable.There is no career mode. Reason for this is a career mode doesn't work too well for a portable game that is played in short spurts, (while on break from work, on the bus, etc). Instead, they turned it into a car collecting game. You race in regular races, driver challenges, or time trials, earn money from that, and use that money to buy cars. That's pretty much the experience. Some would say that's very little, but it works for a portable game and actually takes up quite a bit of time.Regarding the collecting, there's only 4 different car manufacturers available at any given time, and they change every 2 or so races. This makes collecting the ones you want a little more of a challenge.I enjoyed it. Great portable game. Lots of content, and extremely realistic. Surprisingly. Probably the best racing game on the PSP, and an option for best game at all. 10/03/2009
Rated 5 out of 5★ by gem81b Very Cool The graphics are great. There was a lot of ridicule on this product but I played it and thought it was awesome. While I don't have another version of the game to compare it to, I thought it was a great game. My son loves it, too! 12/24/2009
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Baalic Best Racing Game for PSP If you compare this to Gran Turismo's "sim" mode's you will be disappointed. If you let this game stand alone, it is very very rewarding. Over 800 cars to collect, and those cars SHOULD be able to transfer to Gran Turismo 5 for PS3 once its released this spring. So for something to do until Gran Turismo 5 comes out, a great game to play to collect cars for your PS3 garage! Consider this game a "bonus" for GT 5 12/14/2009