GT Pro Series

Published by Ubisoft, Developed by MTO

Genres: Racing

US release date: Nov 19th, 2006 | EU release date: Dec 8th, 2006

GT Pro Series

GT Pro Series is an exclusive car-racing game for Nintendo's new-generation gaming console entitled Wii and will hit shelves in time for the new console's launch.

With more than 80 licensed cars, tons of tuning options and its fluid drift-style controls and physics, GT Pro Series perfectly fits the Wii's unique gameplay approach. It's a fast-paced racing game that takes full advantage of the Wii Remote.

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GT Pro Series is a cel-shaded racing game that came out in Japan 3 years ago but has only now been ported to America, on the Wii. Ubisoft's Wii racer also comes with a free steering wheel when you buy it, which is really the only good thing about the game. Gameplay full review

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Kool-Aid said:

I'm the first! This game should use the Wii remote rather well I hope. A steering wheel attachment may be a cool touch.


Hey said:

An iPodish Wii steering wheel.


p-nut said:

It's this racing game versus "excite truck". I'm going for Excite Truck.

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joe said:

It will have a steering wheel.

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Jack said:

Does anyone know if you can use the Gamecube controllers as the classic controllers?

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PHiRE said:

Hope those graphics get polished up a bit before release, looking kinda rough. Still could be a lot of fun though.


Wii-Worshiper said:

Yeah it looks a little bad. But hey! This is still a racing game so what the heck.

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aaron said:

Cell shading in racing games? Looks interesting.


waffle said:

Looks like Auto Modelista (remember?) with a somewhat worse cell-shading and some misplaced high-detail textures.


M!! said:

No, the game VSing Excite Truck is Monster 4x4. I can't decide if I want Excite Truck or GT Pro Series, I will be looking up reviews and box covers before my decision.


Scooby!_ Jew said:

Wow, those graphics are horrible. If you don't mind, I think I'll just stick with Need For Speed: Carbon and Excite Truck (the best two Wii racing titles in my opinion).


Gamer_guru said:

Well, they are cel-shaded. It might be a good game to RENT, just not too good to spend about $50 for.


Jason Pilcher said:

Don't do anything with it. It sucks.


i need a wii...eww said:

Eww it looks horrible, judging by the reviews, it is horrible. Well, NFS carbon is always with me.


hm said:

This game looks horrible. I'm waiting for a new racing game or going with NFS carbon.


Scooby Jew said:

Well now that I took a second look at the graphics, I actually feel sorry for anybody that bought this horrible game. What a waste.


DarkVic said:

I brought back this game so fast I didn't have time to finish my first race.


Tushar Dhoot said:

I rented it and I loved this game. What's lost in the graphics is made up for in the gameplay. Perfect for children and adults alike.


Will said:

This game uses its own steering wheel, so if you like that, get this game. But I prefer the Wiimote to steer, it's more fun.


Pinky said:

Wow this game is bad, I wish I would have known that. This reminds me of the 1990 speed wheels at the local restaurant.


weiwille said:

Once upon a time I was offered a chance to meet and hang out with the smashing pumpkins. Until I bought this game that was the biggest regret of my life.


H-dog said:

I wish that they would make a gran turismo game like the ps2 versions only for the Wii.


hutch1028 said:

Deja Vu! It's Underground 2 all over again, except with worse graphics.

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