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Gran Turismo 5 is released today, and portable racing fans are storming into the lead. One of the game’s neatest features is the ability to transfer car data from Gran Turismo Portable, making those pint-sized cars available in the big game – they get bigger. So, if you ploughed hours into the PSP version, why not take advantage of your library of over 800 cars and get a head-start on the rest?
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.
Gran Turismo 5 will be hitting stores tomorrow, much to the delight of PlayStation 3 owners around the world. It’s the latest in a series that dates back to 1997, when Gran Turismo first arrived on the PSOne. However, Gran Turismo is actually much older than that; Kazunori Yamauchi (and his team of seven) started developing the original back in 1992. Yes, a staggering 18 years ago.
There are few games that could be considered the flagship of the PlayStation brand. Ratchet & Clank, God of War and even the Uncharted series all are synonymous with PlayStation but how many can you name that have appeared on every Sony console, from the original PlayStation to even the PSP?
While you might having a hard time naming a few, there’s no doubt that Gran Turismo should come to mind.
Let’s explore the lineage of the Gran Turismo franchise from its early days on the PlayStation to its real life influences as we eagerly await the highly anticipated launch of Gran Turismo 5 on the PS3 this week.
Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of Gran Turismo, has addressed his legion of fans following the announcement that the game will be released on UK and North American shores from 24th November. In his address, Yamauchi compares Gran Turismo 5′s development to the Apollo Space Programme. He also explains the ambitions of his team before apologising to gamers for missing their previous release date.
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.
Unlike our GranTurismo 5 news, you don’t have to hold anything for this. No, this news is not exactly unexpected but it is unfortunate. It seems the second of the two major basketball titles has been officially canceled this year. Click the jump to read more.
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.
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
We’re still a few days away from announcing the winners of our October contest but just as we did last month, we’re still going roll out the November prizes and tell you what you can win. So if you’re the type that likes receiving awesome stuff just for talking about video games, by all means, come check out what we’ve got for you this time around!
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.
No you haven’t gone mad – it really is Friday, and this really is FirstPlay Thursday. Unfortunately, this week’s episode was taken off the PlayStation Store on Wednesday due to problems with pricing, so you’ve got FirstPlay Thursday today instead of yesterday.
Thankfully, there is some pretty good content this week, including reviews of FIFA 11 and F1 2010. There’s also a Blu-Ray review of Prince of Persia; The Sands of Time, a feature on the Official PlayStation Magazine’s top ten games ever, screenshot galleries of Bulletstorm and inFamous 2, and quite a bit more.
Anticipation. It’s the constant state of the avid gamer; always with their fingers on the pulse, they await the next big sensation. Whilst they feast on a gratifying main course of Dead Rising 2, F1 …
The first ever Platinum Community Member of the Month competition has been a resounding success. We’ve seen a drastic increase in both the number of overall comments, as well as the average number of comments per article. We’d like to thank all of you that have partaken in this event and helped propel PS3 Attitude to where it is today.
While we won’t be ready to roll out the winners of September’s contest until next week, that’s not going to stop us from letting you know what we’re giving away for October.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed fifty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing another ten.
The Need for Speed franchise is returning to the glory days with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. With Criterion at the helm – creator of the Burnout franchise – we’re as excited about this racer as we’ve been in a very long time. Today we bring you even more reasons for excitement in the form of a hot new trailer and some sexy new screen shots. Click the title to see them.
Ignition Entertainment were proud to walk away from the Tokyo Game Show with the approval of the masses. The 200,000 attendees voted Ignition’s El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron as their ‘Future Game of the Show 2010.’ You can’t fail to be impressed by a game that not only has a distinctive visual style, but one that also finds its inspiration in old religious texts to boot.
So much happened at the Tokyo Game Show that it’s easy to lose track of all the news. There were grown men crying, Samba Buses sliding, Dante looking hellish and Hell looking stylish; NIS embraced Hi-Res sprites and SEGA enlisted zombies. So basically we had a lot of shocks, surprises, some predictability and plenty of wow moments.
TGS, more than anything, showed that Japanese game development is still going strong today, despite rumours of the contrary. Japanese developers are still pumping out hugely inventive, aesthetically pleasing titles – the sort of games that make you say, “that must come from Japan.”
For this article, we have accumulate ten thoughts to take away from this year’s TGS. They weren’t all positive but most of them were…
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?