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Fly, SLR, Fly

Rarely can we see SLRs in the air, and probably not quite at this kind of angle. OK, so maybe this isn't a real picture.



Gran Turismo from Sony has been around for several years now. I remember when I bought the first one for the Playstation, I just couldn't keep my hands off it. The graphics, the dynamics, the game-play were all so fantastically made. The latest incarnation, GT4, gives us more cars and tracks but more or less the same driving experience as previous ones. I must say by far the most fun I got out of the game this time wasn't the driving though, it was the photo taking. GT4 features a comprehensive photo engine that you can shoot your dream machine with. All you have to do is to drive the car round a circuit the way you want, then during the replay, hit the select button, and BINGO, you have just captured your car in time and you are given 62 different angles to choose from. You can zoom in, zoom out, turn the camera, manually focus etc etc. The best thing about this is, you can plug your PSP to the USB port of the PS2 and download the pics onto your memory stick right away! [Equipnote]

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10:05 PM

equipnote, hey this game looks better than i expected... especially the photo taking option.    



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