The story then:
Yes, However the online multiplayer, the asynchronous challenges and The PS Plus version gives us to the biggest open community, day one. This game is all about socialising.
"The only difference between the PS Plus edition and the boxed retail is that there's ..."
"We haven't released specific details about what we're going to refine for the PS Plus Edition yet, but in terms of the gambit of features, you're going to be able to issue challenges, you're doing to be able to do asynchronous online races, . The specifics we haven't gone into yet but you're going to have the full gaming experience."
"," he continues, "and "
"You can earn the platinum trophy in the PS+ Edition, "
The story now:
" It’s hardly a demo because you get access to all of the game’s features online and offline. "
NOTE: The full game has at least five announced countries.
“So you won’t get all the cars, you won’t get all the tracks, butyou still get all the key features: you’ll be able to play online, multiplayer races, you’ll be able to join a club, create connections, attend challenges and unlock Trophies as well
[when asked why only part of the single player]
See the NeoGAF thread for more: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=810823
All I can say is, Sony, you shouldn't have written a check that your ass couldn't / refuses to cash.
You don't get to say "its the full game minus a few cars/tracks," and "you're going to have all of the single player content in terms of events," and then release a game with approximately 20% of the full version's tracks and PART of the single player."
There's nothing "slightly scaled down" when you're talking about 80% of your game's content being gone, and I find it pretty sad that so many people are willing to give game companies a pass when it comes this sort of crap.