Polyphony Digital's magnum opus, Gran Turismo 7, arrives in time to help celebrate the series' own 25th anniversary. A sentiment that speaks volumes of the content and tone on offer with the celebrated studio's latest effort, which positions itself as an ode to itself.
In many ways this is both a 'best of' and a reimagining of the series' first few forays out into the world, while also being careful to pay homage to the culture from which it's built, and we've been playing the absolute rubber out of it for review.
Here's a snippet:
And so of notable newness is the construction of the aforementioned GT Cafe, a hoity-toity establishment that sits smack bang in the middle of the game’s location map. Its purpose, beyond selling the rather snobby nature of high-end car culture the GT series has been toiling these past number of years, is to serve up menu after menu of factoid delights, historical highlights, cheeky challenges and a dessert cart full of what it all means to the franchise on the whole. As well as a basic Campaign, to boot.Click here for our Gran Turismo 7 review.