It fails to meet standards in story, gameplay, and weirdly enough, actual racing.
Then weirdly enough, the last 25 seconds of the song is pretty good.
It felt weirdly familiar: it felt like I was home.
Weirdly, and maybe it's just me, the best Gran Turismo soundtrack was in the first Gran Turismo, where Polyphonic Digital defined cool when it came to using licensed songs.
A strange horse-like face atop a weirdly long and thick neck, bulbous eyes and a three-foot stature make him very hard to disguise.