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It’s tough being a gamer in today’s world. If we aren’t forced to pay exorbitant fees for unfinished games, our pleas to make some games even better go unheard.
It’s been two years since the PlayStation 3’s Gran Turismo 6 racing simulator launched to the world, and only now is Polyphony Digital bolting on an actual track editor. But there’s one caveat: it’s only available as an iOS or Android app.
This little add on means that those who own the game can breathe some new life into it on a tablet, tracing exotic and probably physics-defying circuit designs with a finger.
Melding mobile technology alongside console gaming seems to be the way forward in terms of alternative input devices. We’ve seen Ubisoft make full use of this through SingStar’s app, which turns your phone into a microphone and motion controller. Nifty.
Of course, these tracks can be imported into the game itself, so if you happen to have the game, grab the app and start creating the circuit of your wildest dreams.