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In GT Pro Series, players get behind the wheel of over 80 Japanese cars ready to be upgraded and enhanced through a single-player career. The game comes bundled with a Wii-Remote compatible steering wheel, and players tilt the steering wheel to turn, and press buttons to stop or go. Players are given a choice of many makes and models including the Skyline R34 GT-R, and the Lancer Evolution. Gamers can unlock performance and aesthetic upgrades, cars, and tracks in "Championship" mode by winning the races found in each level. "Quick Race," "Time Attack," and "Drift" are all examples of single race modes, and to view completed races, gamers can access "Replay" mode and watch video of saved progress. Up to four friends can compete in the split-screen multiplayer action found in "Versus" mode.

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Product Identifiers
GameGT Pro Series
MPN008888193234
UPC008888173236, 008888193234

Key Features
PlatformNintendo Wii

Tech Details
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick, Steering Wheel
Number of Players1-4
Release Year2006
Game Special Features
  • Select a make and model from over 80 Japanese cars

  • Pop the remote into the designated space, and use the steering wheel to turn, stop, and go

  • Features four-person split-screen multiplayer action

  • Play through a career in "Championship" mode, or strap in for a single race in "Quick Race," "Time Attack," and "Drift"


  • eBay Product ID: EPID55010571

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    Customer Reviews

    Average review score based on 40 user reviews

    67%

    of customers recommend this product

    Rating distributions

    Created: 01/22/10

    Sometimes imitation isn't flattering

    This game looks to me like a rather obvious ripoff of Gran Tourismo. GT Pro Series even has a Clubman race series and the expected Japan-only cars like Honda Beat, Nissan Syliva, etc. You also have to pass fairly easy driving tests and get licenses to gain access to all except the first races. Sound familiar?

    Steering control is better than expected. I can even control a drift with the crudely modeled cars in this game. Maybe it was just beginner's luck. For some unfathomable reason, we're using buttons for brake and accelerator with no other control config options. Don't worry, though, you can beep your car's horn. You can look behind and also switch among four forward views: bumper, dash (actually over hood), near chase, not so near chase.

    After spending a few hours with this game, the main challenge is crude control. The cars all seem to have the same physics model. It is usually pretty easy to see the track and figure out where you're going, due to the crude graphics and absence of visual clutter.

    In career mode, winning races unlocks more cars and upgrade parts. The upgrades are generic and you can apply the new air filter, blue headlights, or whatever, to the available car of your choice.

    If you get tired of the limited car color choices then you can paint your car using RGB sliders. Now that my 180SX is orange, I feel much better about this game.

    On a positive note, the car selection screen includes graphic representation of car's handling, acceleration, and top speed so you can compare cars and try to pick the best performing one. If this game was graphically up-to-date, maybe your selected car would look cool with new paint.

    One suggestion that I strongly urge you to heed: turn off the background music or turn down the sound on tv when racing. The music and sound effects are horrible. The music is what I'd call Japanese Techno-Dance and might be okay in real life but it's done poorly in game. The car engines all have the same buzzing sound sort of like a big flies.

    Overall, this would have been a good racing game in about the year 1990 or so. Obviously the manufacturer doesn't think enough of video gamers to spend time and money on developing a REAL racing game for the Wii. If you bought this title new then you should be offended at the way the manufacture insulted you by assuming that you're dumb and undiscerning enough to accept any sloppy effort as a worthwhile racing sim. I guess this is probably true for about 90% of games out there since video games first appeared for retail purchase.

    At $10-15 you might get some enjoyment out of GT Pro Series but don't expect much. I admit that unlocking new cars and parts is kinda fun. Heck, a surprise is still a surprise. GT Pro Series might be fun to play with friends as a party game. If you're looking for a racing SIMULATION with a fairly realistic appearance and control, then keep looking because GT Pro Series for the Wii definitely ain't it. If you're new to driving/racing games then this title might discourage you from exploring the genre further.

    I've played video and computer games since about 1988 on nearly every game system from Odyssey to PC. I like racing games--good ones, that is. I'm no pro gamer but can tell a decent driving sim from a bad one and have a fair amount of experience with both. Thanks for reading, hope this helps.

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    Created: 12/29/06

    Average Game

    Graphics straight out of the late 80's, and rediculous gameplay make this a don't-buy product. The biggest problem with this game is the car control. How can any car go around a hair-pin bend at full throttle with no braking. Sure the car goes into the rough, but with little loss of speed, or control. No crashes, no rollover, no gameplay.

    NO NO NO Not worth your hard earned money ! No Way !

    10 of 14 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 07/03/07

    Another Great Wii Title

    When playing this game with the steering wheel attachment for the Wii controller, the control of this game is realistic, and FUN! Early on you learn that it is necessary to be able to control a power slide and how to feather the throttle to get that little extra help on the sharp corners!
    If there were analog foot controls, this game would be perfect.

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    Created: 04/07/07

    Horrible Graphics(Early GC), Steep Learning Curve,GT???

    You're lucky if you buy it for $49.99 with the bonus steering wheel, which is still not that worth it at a $30 Value of the game by itself. First of all, horrible,horrible graphics that look like an early gamecube game or a dreamcast game. The controls are pretty hard to control with the wheel. As far as excitement level i give it a 3.5/10. This game ranks at the very bottom in my opinion among wii racing games. The racing places are not interesting and very boring. I say don't buy if you like racing. Get Excite Truck or Monster 4x4 if you like fun,off-road and challenging racing, and Need For Speed Carbon if you like street racing.Not worth $50.

    4 of 5 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 03/19/11

    not a bad racing game kind of like an old arcade game

    wanted a racing game and thought this game had the best reviews online but the graphics are old style arcade-like and if you pic a fast car and keep losing just drive one of the slower ones and you win????

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