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Gran Turismo 2000, Racing, 2000

10/10 (1 vote)



Developer : Polyphony Digital

Publisher : Sony

Damageable vehicles : No

Tracks or places: view them

PS2


Pictures for this video game were provided by: ItsaUserName , TakuFD3S

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ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-06 18:48

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VERY rare GT game, released in early 2000 and still used a PS1 case. Less than 50 copies exist in the world, and only 3 have been publicly discovered. 2 in Brazil and 1 in Japan.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-06 18:54

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BTW, the only playable vehicle is the Evo V GSR. The other cars are only playable via hacking.
EDIT: Remove the RX-7 image as it has another website's logo, and I only noticed when it was too late.

-- Last edit: 2012-04-06 18:58:28

RacingFreak BG (104)

2012-04-06 21:36

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Gran Turismo 2 on steroids ? :D

Star Wars Fanatic EN (490)

2012-04-07 03:10

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Where did you read about there being 50 copies produced? I always thought GT 2000 was the initial name for GT3.

RVR72GV ID (257)

2012-04-07 04:05

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Wow. I remember seeing this in a local gaming magazine.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-07 10:56

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Star Wars Fanatic wrote Where did you read about there being 50 copies produced? I always thought GT 2000 was the initial name for GT3.

Well I didn't, all I heard there were a few copies made for sales testing, and therefore must be less than 50 copies in the world. This makes this game rarer than the Dream Simulator LSD for the PS1. BTW, here's a gameplay video on an emulator:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS0RCGoKKb0

-- Last edit: 2012-04-07 11:01:42

Star Wars Fanatic EN (490)

2012-04-08 18:43

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Do wek now if all these cars are in the playable game? Some seem to be screenshots which could then have been for GT3 when it had the name change.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-08 19:22

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Star Wars Fanatic wrote Do wek now if all these cars are in the playable game? Some seem to be screenshots which could then have been for GT3 when it had the name change.

Yes. I went through the emulation copy with a HEX editor and found values for these cars. All I did was look for their screenshots on the internet to correspond with them.

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-04-08 19:26

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ItsaUserName wrote
LSD for the PS1.

Oh god, that game....trippiest\scariest damn game ever.

Star Wars Fanatic EN (490)

2012-04-08 19:30

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LSD for PS1? Let me guess, a Japan only release? :D

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-04-08 20:01

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Yep! :D

ACE the ultimatum FI (37)

2012-04-09 05:53

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Hey! I have never heard of this game! Please tell me 'bout it!

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-09 11:03

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ACE the ultimatum wrote Hey! I have never heard of this game! Please tell me 'bout it!

Basically it's Gran Turismo 3 Prologue, only it's super rare and has just 1 track, Seattle. Laguna Seca was later shown at E3 2000 but is not present in this earlier version. The FPS is considerably slower than the finished GT3 and there's a 120 second time limit, similar to the GT1 and GT2 demo versions.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2012-04-09 12:46

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Alright, when the Elise and NSX get through, this game is completed. That's all the cars there were in GT2000.

Ford78 PT (13)

2012-06-21 17:29

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All cars are playable!

sajmon14 PL (116)

2012-06-21 18:48

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ItsaUserName wrote BTW, the only playable vehicle is the Evo V GSR. The other cars are only playable via hacking.


.:TruenoLevin2000:. PT (4)

2012-07-04 23:48

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There were more tracks, including a unreleased city course that looks like a highway.
I still have the site for those pics, but it's a broken link, so...

EscudoPikesPeak TH (1)

2013-01-04 14:55

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www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=M0_uJpOnmnM#at=59

if you watch this video you will see a track that looks like Special Route....

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