Originally Posted by knappps
Originally Posted by ddouble Polyphony Digital Inc. (PDI) and FIA to Form Long-term Partnership
After reading that twice I'm still not to sure what difference it'll make having these fia approved tracks.
Maybe for the hardcore sim fans ie. wheel and seat?
Apparently, it should be easier to get tracks into the game now and of course they will be accurate to FIA standards..
Here's what the PS Blog has to say
So what does this all mean? Well, to start, it means that we can look forward to the creation of brand new experiences for GT6, in the form of a special FIA Online Championship – which we can expect to see in 2015. Additionally, more tracks included in Gran Turismo 6 will be subject to inspection in the near future.
The Certification of Tracks is only the start of the partnership as there are many exclusive and absolutely unique online championships planned as a long-term collaboration between the FIA and Polyphony, the development team behind the ground-breaking Gran Turismo franchise
There's also this:
Originally Posted by CenTex HOGG
Sony really needs to update their policy on trophies. Xbox One gets a full 1000 Gamerscore for both Child of Light and Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes whereas PS4 gets like 13 trophies with 1 gold
I know there arent tootrophy hunters here but it really irks me
Originally Posted by empirestrikesfirst
Child of Light doesn't but Transistor does... it's weird how they choose.
I think it depends on content and difficulty.
Something like Guacamelee is an indie game but you have to put in work for the plat where as something like child of light may not be. I haven't played it yet but that's what it looks like to me.Edited by ddouble - 6/25/14 at 12:53pm