SEGA GT 2002 features more than 100 current and classic high performance vehicles, created using the exact handling and performance specifications from their real-life counterparts. Chronicle Mode puts gamers behind the wheel of muscle cars from the 70s and 80s, while the Quick Battle Mode lets players jump right into the action with perfectly tuned modern machines. The "SEGA GT 2002 Mode" is where the true test lies: win races and collect the necessary cash to buy new cars and upgrade the classics. Gamers can even showcase cars in the Virtual Garage alongside trophies and other mementos. With astounding vehicle control, incredibly deep gameplay and multiple modes to conquer, "SEGA GT 2002" is one of the most realistic driving experiences available.
Contributed by havoc of smeg (16705) on Oct 05, 2010.
" Sega GT 2002 has a wide selection of such parts, including several stages of exhausts, air intakes, intake manifolds, lighter chassis, performance chips, shocks, brakes, tires, turbos, intercoolers, and gearboxes that you can purchase for almost any car. Because Sega GT 2002 is constantly forcing you to dump money into your car, you'll develop a sense of ownership to it, especially since you won't be able to afford dozens of cars at once like you can in Gran Turismo 3. Instead, you'll find yourself treating each car that comes into your possession--no matter the make or model--with a sense of pride. And when it comes time to part with your pride and joy, you can set your own selling price that you feel is reflective of the hard work and upgrades that you've poured into it. " - GameSpot
" The car models themselves are accurately modeled, and the textures in particular hold up very nicely at close range. Likewise, the environment boasts very impressive lighting that throws shadows and reflections off of car and track surfaces realistically" - GameSpot 82%
" It's because they're so polished and detailed that they look real, at least as far as the cars go. The models are dizzyingly impressive -- the lighting and reflection effects really make them come alive. As you'll spend most of your time in a first-person view mode, the place where you'll enjoy these looks most is in the game's post-race replays. You can swap angles and such, as you'd imagine, and if you place high enough, you'll also be able to snap photos, which will be displayed in your garage. Marvelous graphics; respectable depth; long shelf life. 85%" - GameSpy
" Easily the best racer of this year, Sega GT 2002 has also become a serious competitor to reigning king Gran Turismo 3. A- score " - Gaming Age
"SGT 2002 will not disappoint in the graphical or aural department either. Some can (and many already have) make a case that these graphics are better than the best from GT3." - Gaming Age
" This is a game for racing simulation fans, for Sega GT fans, and for anyone who likes Gran Turismo. There are just enough extras and different modes to really make this game a must-have. Wait, let me just add that you may like Gran Turismo, but you will love Sega GT 2002." - Netjak.com
" The level of detail on the cars was excellent and the detail on the tracks was even more phenomenal. The cars looked like they just came off the Detroit line (or the Japan line, depending on what you’re driving) and even though there’s no actual damage it awesome to look at the cars. The tracks are just as fun to look at. From the sand, to the grass, to the actual pavement, to the surrounding buildings, and even the helicopter that follows your drag racing event, you get a great sense of the detail. Be careful and you’ll be crashing yourself on the wall because your sight-seeing." - NetJak.com
Contributed by Xoleras (66023) on May 11, 2004.
- More than 125 licensed sports cars ranging from classics to current models.
- Handling and performances of each car is based on original specifications.
- Quick Battle Mode offers immediate head-to-head split screen racing action.
- Get behind the wheel of cars from the 60s, 70s and 80s in Chronicle Mode.
- Even races force gamers to perfect their driving techniques if they want to take home an award.
- More than 12 tracks and five environments to race in.
- Time Attack Mode, Car Dealerships, Parts Shops and more.
- Damage feature in GT Mode: damage to cars reduces prize winnings
- Build your own car from scratch in the GT Mode. Choose a chassis, choose an engine, and all other car parts and then race it against other built-up custom cars!
Contributed by Xoleras (66023) on May 05, 2004.
Prepare for the definitive car racing simulation! SEGA GT 2002, on the Xbox, ’ video game system from Microsoft, features more than 125 current and classic high performance vehicles, created using the exact handling and performance specifications from their real-life counterparts. Chronicle Mode puts gamers behind the wheel of hot rods from the 60s, 70s and 80s, while the Quick Battle Mode lets player jump right into the action with perfectly tuned modern machines. The SEGA GT 2002 Model is where the true test lies: win races and collect the necessary cash to buy new cars and update the classics. Starting in the "non-licensed" races, you progress only through skill and persistence; each win providing the funds to keep tuning your car, essential for competing in the upper stages. Alternatively, the Arcade Mode allows you to enter a quick race, selecting from a number of pre-tuned cars. The choice is yours and the ultimate objective - to win the world championship.
Make your choices. Build your car.
Create Your Legend.
Handling and performance for each car based on manufacturer specifications
Over 100 licensed sports cars from yesterday, today, and tomorrow
Time Attack mode, Car Dealerships, Parts Shops, customizable soundtrack and more!
Go head-to-head and see who has built the best car
Win races to earn money, trophies, and prizes - customize your car and your garage
Contributed by Corn Popper (69454) on Apr 14, 2003.