GT Pro Series (2006)

by Christopher
5 minutes read


GT Pro Series (2006): A Cel-Shaded Racing Gem


Released in 2006, GT Pro Series is a cel-shaded racing game developed by SimBin Studios and published by Atari. The game features eighty Japanese cars from various companies, including Honda, Subaru, Toyota, and Nissan. The tracks are in the same vein as those found in the Gran Turismo series of games, but are of a less overall quality.


GT Pro Series is a simulation racing game that features a variety of different game modes, including single races, time trials, and championships. The game also features a career mode in which players can create their own driver and progress through the ranks of professional racing.

The game’s controls are fairly standard for a racing game. Players use the left analog stick to steer their car, the right analog stick to accelerate and brake, and the shoulder buttons to shift gears. The game also features a variety of different camera angles, including a first-person view, a third-person view, and a chase camera.


One of the most striking things about GT Pro Series is its cel-shaded graphics. Cel-shading is a rendering technique that gives the game a unique, cartoonish look. The game’s cars and tracks are all rendered in cel-shaded graphics, and the result is a game that looks like a living comic book.

The cel-shaded graphics are not without their drawbacks, however. The game’s textures can be a bit blurry at times, and the overall graphical quality is not as good as some of the other racing games that were released around the same time.


The sound design in GT Pro Series is excellent. The game’s cars all have unique engine sounds, and the sound of the tires screeching on the track is very realistic. The game also features a variety of different music tracks, which help to create a sense of atmosphere.


GT Pro Series is a solid racing game with unique cel-shaded graphics. The game’s controls are tight, the tracks are challenging, and the sound design is excellent. However, the game’s graphics are not as good as some of the other racing games that were released around the same time.

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  • Unique cel-shaded graphics
  • Tight controls
  • Challenging tracks
  • Excellent sound design


  • Graphics are not as good as some other racing games
  • Textures can be blurry at times


If you are a fan of racing games, then you should definitely check out GT Pro Series. The game’s unique cel-shaded graphics and tight controls make it a lot of fun to play.

Additional Information

  • GT Pro Series was developed by SimBin Studios, a Swedish video game developer.
  • The game was published by Atari, an American video game publisher.
  • The game was released on October 24, 2006, for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox.
  • The game received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its unique graphics and tight controls, while others criticizing its blurry textures and overall graphical quality.
  • GT Pro Series was a commercial failure, selling only around 100,000 copies worldwide.

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