No offence, but in all that time you never thought to look into any of those issues before you bought the game? The online focus and no 'campaign' has been common knowledge 'forever' (practically since the reveal). Go read comments in this thread from MAY last year that would have told you what you've only just discovered. We also just had a 6 day open beta you could have tried, or at least read the many many experiences other people had with it. Speaking of online, your complaints seem largely unfounded: - Yes, you need PS+ to play online - as with every console game that isn't a free-to-play. That isn't GTs fault, if you don't like paying to play online switch to PC. It's only $10.95 per month if you pay per month, no one does that. - The sports mode games have set start times every 20 minutes, so unlike previous lobby or hopper systems you know exactly when the next race is and can plan around it. Currently they are setup so you can pretty much just flow from one to the next. - 10 year olds that smash you off the track should, in theory, have their SR (Sportsmanship Rating) lowered and be put into a lower class than you eventually - so you'll end up racing with people of roughly the same etiquette level. Of course you would know that if you actually read about the game you just bought, or even tried sports mode... which I'm guess you didn't because you don't have PS+. - The netcode in GTS is some of the best I've seen (so far). Even in the open beta I was blown away with how good the online racing was. Not seeing the drama you talk of. - As I understand it, GTS is the framework for Gran Turismo 'as a service', which means it'll be expanded significantly over time. Who knows if that means campaign style single player additions or just more varied online racing, but either way I think in 12 months this will be a much richer experience. Sorry you can't enjoy the game as it is, there is a terrific racing game under the hood!