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Return to the Days Of Thunder

The golden age of motor sports has returned. Experience one of the world’s most exciting racing series in GT LEGENDS, including the legendary touring cars of the 60′s and 70′s. Collect more then 90 original FIA GTC-TC team vehicles and demonstrate your driving skill on real European racetracks.

GT Legends was announced summer 2005 and presented to media with a response that was overwhelming. The only concern expressed by the media present at the time was that they were previously blown away by GTR, and now they wanted to rate GT Legends even higher!

GT Legends keeps the authentic driving experience from GTR and takes the game play to a new level with a career mode. Enjoy the historic GT cars with vehicles like Ford Mustang, Shelby Cobra, Corvette, Jaguar, Lotus, TVR and other goodies from the 60’s and 70’s.Key Features
  • Original Tracks: Over 25 variations of real tracks like Imola, Monza, Donington and Mondello Park
  • 5 Difficulty Levels: Ranging from the easy beginner mode to the ultra realistic simulation mode
  • Career Mode: Win numerous cups and buy your dream car in this challenging mode
  • Pure Realism: Experience an unequalled level of realism in cooperation with the FIA GTC-TC teams, incl. pit stops and car setups
  • Real Sounds: Completely authentic sounds recorded from the actual FIA racing cars
  • Multiplayer Mode: Impress your friends with rare unlockable cars and challenge up to 15 opponents online
Release date
SimBin Studios
Libredia, SimBin
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Seven
  • Processor:1.3 GHz Intel Pentium III or AMD
  • Memory:512 MB RAM
  • Graphics:DX8.1 comp. video card/64 MB
  • DirectX®:8.1
  • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
  • Sound:DX8.1 comp. sound card
  • Processor:2 GHz Intel Pentium IV or AMD
  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics:DX9.0c comp. video card/256 MB
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
  • Sound:DX9.0 comp. sound card
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GT Legends reviews and comments

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This is a great, tight, action packed simulation! The cars "feel right" as far as I can tell (once had an old Austin Mini myself :-) aand behave differently as you move from one car/class to another. So even the same course won't actually be "the same" once you revisit it with a more powerful car. The graphics may be slightly outdated, but I don't care, as a racing game has to run with high FPS rather then featuring a bunch of eyecandy (you got no time to care about whilst flying by). Definitely worth the money! Best regards phila
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GT Legends is an absolutely ingenious Racesim for anyone who is into historic Cars. Vehicle Physics feels realistic, the Cars "live" properly, you quickly get a good Feeling for the Vehicles, all of which also drive noticeably differently (who can understand the Comparison to Gran Turismo 6-at GT6, Vehicles all feel very identical And differ almost only in Top Speed and Acceleration Values). At GT Legends you can really feel the different Wheel Stands, the Weight, the grip values of the Tyres and the Horsepower of the individual Vehicles. It's just eerily Fun in the controlled 4-Wheel drift to flit the Curves. Unlike modern Vehicles. The Graphics are no longer completely breather, of course, And can no longer keep up with Project Cars, Assetto Corsa, etc., but the Graphics are still handsome and you don't get Eye Cancer right away. In Addition, this also softens on older Computers like Butter (with my Laptop Acer Aspire E15 i5-5200U and Nvidia 820M for under €500, I get an FPS average of about 70 fps!). In my Opinion, this is more important at a RennSim than the latest and best Shader effects and such BlaBla ... The Route selection is good, can be extended by Mods to many hundreds of Routes. So is vehicle Selection. The Sound of the Vehicles is okay, does not come to the really very good Sounds of RaceRoom, but is sufficiently good to get a Feel for the Vehicles. Well, and the Price is, of course, the Hammer-you get cheaper than £5.99... The Online Mode is of course most fun to compete with others and To race is awesome, on the http://www.altbierbude.de/there is a very active, fair and adult Community that has seven Servers running especially for GTL and you can find enough S every Night Player for Online Races. In addition, 1-2 weekly Events, most of which run 2 Servers with 25 + People. An absolute Recommendation for Online Racing! (The Smallest Drawback-you have to load a lot of Add-on material to be able to access the Servers). In addition, driven Bests are registered on their Servers and stored on their Site. A Video for an Online Race: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QjiTJJ3pzo Conclusion: Purchase Recommendation for anyone who would like to chase Vehicles across the Piste before 1980 and does not always have to be up-to-date with the Graphics. 10/10 HP: Don't let my Game time specified at Steam be irritated by Win 8.1 and a CPU with multiple Cores to let it run more handy GTL over a special Starter outside Steams.
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