Let's Look At Damaged Gran Turismo 5 Cars

Gran Turismo 5 features car damage — a first for the series. Does developer Polyphony Digital do, dare I say, a bang-up job?

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The picture quality isn't great (photos taken off a television screen from a reader's local Best Buy), but they do provide a look at how the game handles car damage.

At August's Gamescom convention in Germany, Kotaku had a chance to check out GT5's car damage.

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These latest photos, however, provide what appears to be a more extensive look.

GT5 Screens pictures by Asane99 - Photobucket [Photobucket Thanks, Asane!]

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DISCUSSION

Before: People bitched about now damage modeling

Now: People bitch about the damage modeling

Now I'm definitely not saying that this is good damage modeling, because it does look ridiculous, but this wouldn't have happened had people complained. PD could have spent this time on other more important things, and instead we get this.

I would have been perfectly happy with the "old" damage modeling of scratches and dents, but nooooo people complained about that too, and look what we end up with because of that.

Just goes to show you, maybe gaming companies SHOULDN'T listen to the fans, because look what that's done. Good job guys.