GT style racing features in this racer, which tends more towards arcade than simulation. Cars include the Predator and the Hurricane, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. The action can be viewed from inside or outside the car.
When starting the game for the first time you can take part in a training or start in a championship. The practice will be done on one of the two initially available tracks. The other tracks are closed. To gain access to those tracks you must first complete one of the championships. Championships consists of a number of races in different countries, taking in road and asphalt settings.
GT Racing '97 is a very quick car racing game similar to Screamer and Need for Speed. Although the game doesn't boast any innovative features to make it stand out from the crowd, it is nonetheless a fun racer that deserves a look, especially if you have an older machine like a Pentium 120. The graphics are good, the courses are detailed, and the car physics are decent. Blue Sphere designers also deserve praise for coding very competitive computer opponents that make the game reasonably challenging. Overall, GT Racing isn't quite Top Dog material, but it's not so bad either. Worth a look if you like cross-country car racing games, but your computer doesn't have the horsepower required to run the latest hits.
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