What you get out of GTR wholly depends on how much you are willing to put in. Starting off at the amateur setting will only take you so far into the game, moving on and up will enable you a wealth of newer options, none so important as understanding modification of the car. Whilst this is not extremely difficult to get to grips with, given that it is not anything we haven't seen in other racers, it is essential to your progress. You will need to take advantage of the warm up period before any race. It is during this ‘warm up' stage that you can test the current modifications of the car - if it is dragging a bit out of corners, you can make your way back to the pits (where you have to actually drive back into your garage) and decrease the gear ratio. While this adds to realism, you can, if you are like me, just skip it after a couple of laps and start the race.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.