Gran Turismo Cheats PSX

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Groundbreaking racing simulation that features 140 different cars. Pass license tests to qualify for different events, and head to the races. 11 tracks, 2 playable modes, in-depth training sessions, customize and upgrade vehicles, realistic car physics, 2 player head-to-head racing

Gran Turismo is a Racing/Sports Car Auto Racing video game for PlayStation developed by Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America on January 3, 1996. It's rated Everyone by the ESRB and 37 of our users have voted it 4.0 out of 5 stars.

Our newest cheats for Gran Turismo were added December 14, 2009. We also have the game available on PSP, in addition to PSX.

 
 
 

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Ending Movie

Beat all 8 tracks under "normal" and get an ending movie (credits).

New Dealers

Beat all 8 trcks under "easy" and get 4 new car groups - Toyota, Subaru, The New Dodge,and TVR.

Easy Money

Buy a car (the Dodge Viper GTS recommended) and do not make any tuning adjustments to it. Then, enter the Normal Car (Commercial Cars) championship. There are five races each with five laps, and for every race you win you will receive $50,000. Additionally, if you manage to come first in the championship, you will receive $100,000. Altogether, that makes a total of $350,000

Arcade Mode Bonuses

The following bonuses are awarded in arcade mode after winning each track. 
Note: They must be done in A, B, and C order.

Track		Bonus

High Speed		Autumn Ring
Trial Mountain	Deep Forest
Grand Valley East	SS R5
Clubman Stage 5	Grand Valley Speedway
Autumn Ring	The New Dodge cars
Deep Forest		TVR cars
SS R5		Toyota cars
Grand Valley Speedway	Subaru cars

Eight Tracks

Go to arcade mode and enter the Bonus Items option. You should see the letters A, B and C above each of the levels given. As you do the following, they will be covered with a blue, yellow, or red dot. To fill in the four big question marks, go back to the main arcade mode screen. Then, go to Single Race, choose any difficulty level, and place first in each of the four orinal levels with an A class car e.g., Mitsubishi GTO, A B class car e.g., Mitsubishi Eclipse, And a C class car (EX: Honda Civic 3-Door). After you done this, GO back to the Bonus Items menu And the four big question marks should be filled in with these levels: Autumn Ring, Deep Forest, SS R5, And Grand Valley Speedway. That totals eight tracks.

Credits

After finishing Gran Tourismo League you get the credits for arcade and simoulation mode, on the arcade mode disc.

High Resolution Mode

Earn an International A license, then enter the GT League and win all four cups, including the GT World Cup. Alternatively, successfully complete all arcade mode tracks on the hard difficulty setting.

Bonus FMV Sequence

Enter arcade mode and finish in first place on all tracks, including the bonus tracks with any car. This must be done in A, B, and C class mode on the normal or higher difficulty setting. Then a "Staff Video" option will appear under "Bonus Items".

Chrysler Copperhead Concept Car

Get all gold medals in the B Class license test. Alternatively, finish in first in the UK vs. US championship.

Toyota TRD3000GT

Get all gold medals in the A Class license test.

Nissan Nismo 400[R]

Get all gold medals in the International A license test.

Conserve Memory Card Slots

Play the game in arcade mode, exit, then enter simulation mode and save the game. By doing this, the arcade and simulation mode information is saved together, cutting the amount of memory card slots used by half.

Memory Card Battle With Only One Card

Enter memory card battle mode. A message will appear stating that player one is loading and that no memory card was found for player two. Wait until the information has loaded for player one, then remove the memory card and insert it into the second memory card slot. The game will load data from that location and allow both players to participate in the memory card battle.

Duplicate Parts

Purchase two identical cars. They may be given different color schemes if desired. Buy as many parts as desired for the first car. View the list of fitted parts of the first car from the garage. Then switch to the second car, get inside, and view its fitted parts list, which should be empty. While remaining in the second car, enter a spot race. At the qualify options, select "Machine Setting", then "Change Parts". All the parts from the first car should be available. Exit the race and return to the garage. View the list of fitted parts for both cars to see that all desired parts have been duplicated. Note: Only items available on the "Change Parts" menu may be duplicated. This trick will not work on cars that have been awarded.

 
 

FAQs, Guides, and Walkthroughs

 

GRAN TURISMO

Last updated: November 14, 2004 by cool guy 109

Strategy Guide

Last updated: January 12, 2001 by Mark Kim

FAQ

Last updated: April 9, 2001 by DC

BCampbell's Gran Turismo FAQ

Last updated: February 4, 2002 by Bennett Campbell

 
 
 

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