SEGA GT 2002
Sporting 125 classic and modern performance cars that look amazing, move quickly, and ride beautifully — could this be the racing sim of the year? Going up against Sony’s Gran Turismo 3, SGT’s relatively small number of vehicles and tracks will take second place. And its emphasis on winning funds to buy expensive parts also means you’ll spend plenty of time racing the same courses over and over. Still, at early levels, SGT is more accessible than GT3 and is almost always a joy to play. Xbox owners are encouraged to take this game out for a spin.