Articles tagged with: Gran Turismo
According to figures direct from Polyphony Digital, the Gran Turismo series has sold 55.45 million copies worldwide. Interestingly, Europe makes up 44% of this total with a remarkable 25 million copies sold.
It seems Europeans just cannot get enough of the real-life driving simulator.
Gran Turismo 5 was last targeted for the summer in the west, but recently it was announced that the Japanese release was delayed.
Now we hear that it may actually release in Europe in the Autumn!
In the western world, many gamers are eagerly waiting for a release date for Gran Turismo 5.
Well we have some bad news that could affect everyone because GT5 has been officially delayed in Japan.
We all know 3D gaming is coming (probably thrown right at your face so as to get the most out of the effect) but reports of how games we’re already somewhat familiar with look and play using the old new technology have been a tad limited.
It is the moment that a lot of you have been waiting for – the announcement of the Gran Turismo 5 box art.
Confirmed for just Europe so far, the cover art in our view looks stunning, and all other games on the shelves will envy its good looks.
After spending the last five years with microphones up mufflers and photographing cars like a Peeping Tom shutterbug, Kazunori Yamauchi’s Gran Turismo 5 will finally make its long awaited appearance in 2010.
It’s been a long journey for the AAA real-driving simulator; a road fraught with delays, criticism aimed toward its precursor Prologue product for being little more than a glorified demo (we wish all demos were this comprehensive), and what has become a level of fan anticipation many fear is impossible to live up to.
Sony has fully detailed what to expect from the Gran Turismo 5 Time Trial when it releases on the PlayStation Store this Thursday.
This will be the first time gamers get the chance to test the development of Gran Turismo 5 since the Prologue game early last year.
We have now come to the lastest entry in our special series of articles, and this is the big one.
Triple-A titles have become the norm these days on the PlayStation 3 so it has become harder for gamers to pick that one title that overshadows the others.
GT Academy, the European competition that put the best Gran Turismo 5: Prologue player behind the wheel of a real Nissan 350Z and compete in a real race, is back.
Starting December 17th, European gamers will be able to download an exclusive time trial that will determine who does and doesn’t get into this years Academy.
Though we’d be happy if they just released the bloody thing with cars, Gran Turismo 5 producer and all-round speed-freak Kazunori Yamauci has revealed in an interview with IGN that, if fans really want racing of a two-wheeled nature in the upcoming racing simulator, it’s definitely possible.
A new video has surfaced that shows the concept boxart for the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 5.
Now what makes this interesting is that you can clearly see three cases within the pack, not just one.
The wait for Gran Turismo 5 has been a long one, and it should finally be over Spring next year.
Fans of the series have put a lot of pressure on the guys at Polyphony Digital to deliver the ultimate racing game as soon as possible.
After previously being told that only “racing cars” would support the new damage feature in Gran Turismo 5, it now appears that this is not strictly true.
Racing fans have been eager to hear about anything relating to Gran Turismo 5’s release date. Announced by Kazunori Yamauchi of Polyphony Digital, Gran Turismo 5 will be released March 2010 in Japan. Unfortunately, there still is no word on a release date outside Japan at the moment. In addition, a slew of new information regarding the game has been released…
Gran Turismo 5 is just around the corner – relatively – and the latest ‘trailer’ for the game comes in the form of a tribute to the new Ferrari 458 Italia.
Following a stunning début at the Frankfurt Motor Show, thanks in part to the unveiling by Michael Schumacher himself, Polyphony Digital created this beautiful tribute video using the GT5 game engine.
Welcome to the PS3 Attitude Retro Review, where we take another look at titles that were released at least six months ago and discover whether they still ought to garner your attention. This time, it is the turn of Gran Turismo 5: Prologue.
It appears that more evidence has risen that suggests Gran Turismo 5 will be releasing this year after all, despite no official announcement at Gamescom.
A picture from GTPlanet that is said to be of the game’s official brochure given out by Sony at Gamescom strengthens the possibility that the game could still release before 2010.
Taken out of the protective garage once more for a new spin at Gamescom, Polyphony’s Gran Turismo 5 is generating a lot of heat over in Germany.
In order to cater for this new attention there has also been an update to the official GT5 web-site revealing some new details of the perpetually upcoming racer.
The big news is that, and you can take this as official, there is crash damage with car deformation and the ability to even flip your ride on to its roof (not recommended).
With the recent news that Final Fantasy VII has reached 100,000 downloads from the US PlayStation Store within a fortnight, there was only one question that sprung to our collective mind.
Could a PSOne title from 1997 actually beat the likes of current-gen darlings such as Warhawk, GT5 Prologue and Ratchet & Clank?
There’s only one way to find out…