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Sony have announced that a new edition of the brilliant racing sim Gran Turismo 5 will be racing to PS3 later this Autumn to celebrate the successful collaboration with Nissan on the popular GT Academy programme.
Called the Academy Edition, it will include all of the downloadable content currently on the PlayStation Store as well as new features.
Update v1.06 for Gran Turismo 5 is now available. It actually arrived on Friday, but we feel the need to get this on the site, because v1.06 comes with plenty of really nice features.
The notable changes relate to B-Spec mode: Remote Racing has arrived allowing you to control your B-Spec drivers from your browser, and you can now host B-Spec races online against your friends.
There were lots of other exciting features added with this update, some of which are very welcome, such as the ability to use user-created tracks online in Open Lobby and Lounge matches, and the new car rental system is also great.
There are many people who may feel swamped at the sheer amount of options and things to do in the epic Gran Turismo 5. But never fear! PS3 Attitude is here to help! We’re here to provide some of the best tips and tricks, which are tried and tested by the best experts out there: you guys.
Today in both Europe and North America, Gran Turismo 5 users will be prompted to update the next time they launch the game. Coming in at 608MB, version 1.05 adds a sizable amount of new content and improves functionality within the game.
North American racers will also be pleased to know that today marks the start of GT Academy where one lucky contestant will win the opportunity to become a professional race car driver.
As of December 6th, Gran Turismo 5 has sold more than 5.5 million units worldwide. This brings the total sales for the franchise to more than 60 million!
It was pretty early in the planning stages of the review that we realized it was going to take more than a single article to go over everything Gran Turismo 5 has to offer. We brought you part one earlier this week and now we’re ready to bring you part two.
Gran Turismo has always been on a different plateau from its competition; that is not only other racers but just about any game, in any genre. It’s unique for its impressive sense of scale, polish, authenticity, depth and class. Yet, while that is its history, we’re in a different era now; so does this racing Tour de force still deserve to be revered, or is it time we sent Gran Turismo packing, to join Pong at our local gaming museum?
As Gran Turismo 5 launches today, there will undoubtedly be some of you wondering whether or not to buy the game or not. Here’s 5 things you should know about GT5.
So, it’s finally here – the driving simulator to end all driving simulators. But the question is, do you pick up the standard edition of the game for £39.99, or get some extra content with the Collector’s Edition for £59.99? Don’t worry; PS3 Attitude is here to help.
A new release date has been confirmed for the perpetually delayed Gran Turismo 5, and it’s coming sooner than you may have anticipated. Gran Turismo 5 will be released on the 24th of November, and not next year as had been erroneously reported by some. That’s only 12 days away – and yes, that is official.
Hold the phone. If there’s not a phone around, then hold something that looks like a phone. Big news has come in concerning Gran Turismo 5 and it’s something we’ve all been waiting for. Something really big. Is it a release date? No, but it could very well give us a window for when we can expect Gran Turismo 5 to hit shelves. Come inside to get the low down.
Fans have been waiting years for Gran Turismo 5 and it looks like they’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer because Sony has broken the news that the game will not release on November 2nd as previously stated but will instead come sometime this holiday season.
News out of the Tokyo Game Show has been hot and heavy this week and we’ve been here to bring it to you, step by step – and by we I mean Delriach. The latest is some juicy pieces of information regarding Gran Turismo 5 and some new features. So what are those features and what do we know?
We promised to keep you up to date on all the latest Gran Turismo 5 news, didn’t we? Well this is us holding up our end of the bargain. To maintain your end, all you have to do is read about it. Today we bring information regarding Gran Turismo 5’s hard drive install.
The launch of Gran Turismo 5 is growing very near. There was a time when it seemed like this game would never come out, but alas, the release date is coming very soon. We’ve got a few new screens and a splendid new trailer to watch while you wait.
Gamescom has been a volcano of news and announcements this week and the eruption doesn’t appear to be over yet. We’ve got new information on a very cool feature to be included in Gran Turismo 5, as well as an unlikely new vehicle class.
The EU PlayStation Blog is a great source for PlayStation related news. They updated us on the PlayStation Plus content for August and September and now they have revealed the full details for Gran Turismo 5’s Signature Edition. It’s absolutely brilliant – if a bit expensive. We want it.
Gran Turismo 5 will finally arrive this November, and to increase our anticipation for its release Polyphony Digital has released two new trailers.
The trailers show-off the game’s breathtaking visuals, varied environments and wide selection of cars. The new car damage physics are also on show and they look a whole lotta fun.
The sound of heavenly singing is reverberating around Attitude Towers today. Normally the only sound we hear is DolphGB shouting, or Danny D asking to be let out of his cell, but today is different.
Gran Turismo Track Editor = confirmed = happiness. Bring on November 2nd.