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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!
Gran Turismo 5 and LittleBigPlanet were also present in non-playable form. Gran Turismo 5 and Super Stardust HD have already been shown at CES, so there was nothing more to say about those games.
But apparently LittleBigPlanet actually worked really well in the third dimension…
Wow! There hasn’t been an update this bad in ages. The PlayStation Store updates are off to a bad start this year. Lady Liberty is not amused.
There are no new games this week. There’s a demo for UNO, and DLC for Zen Pinball, Magic Orbz, Rockband, and Guitar Hero. That’s it.
This is easily one of the worst updates ever.
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.
Another piece of news to come out of the Sony conference at CES this week that should be music to the ears of their investors is that December set an all-time high for sales for the PlayStation 3.
In the five weeks of last month, the PlayStation 3 sold 3.8 million consoles worldwide.
Technology is always changing and we’re continually looking for the next big thing in the industry. That next big thing appears to be 3D.
Announced at the 2010 CES, Kaz Hirai revealed during the Sony Press Conference that the PS3 would become 3D compatible this year.
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.
It’s the last update of the year and there won’t be another one until the 7th of January. It seems like a long time, but the content in this update is quite delicious and should hold you off until next year.
Aside from Vagrant Story, what more could you possibly want this week? Well, if for some reason you haven’t bought Warhawk by now, the game is on sale. In fact, a lot of games are on sale, so be sure to check the list out and get some games you may have missed out on. Don’t forget Trine!
Sure, Final Fantasy XIII just came out in Japan, but that won’t stop everyone from being excited about the PSN release of Final Fantasy VIII.
Can you believe that it has been 10 years since the game was originally released? Music from Final Fantasy VIII is still loved by fans and played in concerts around the world to this day. Truly a memorable game with a kick ass intro that will give you chills.
The Guitar Hero: Van Halen demo has finally made it onto the PSN after being teased a couple of weeks ago. There are actually six demos to try out this week with Gran Turismo 5 Time Trial Challenge being the highlight.
There’s more than just demos. Puzzlegeddon is the lone PSN game this week, and is joined by a plethora of DLC for Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and even Socom: Confrontation. Enjoy!
Demos, games, price reductions, special offers, and more! There is quite a bit of content this week with games like Blue Toad Murder Murder Files and Braid now available on the PSN. The majority of PSP minis are now playable on the PS3 as well.
In terms of DLC, you know what to expect. New songs for Rock Band and Guitar Hero are a given, but there’s also the free Singstar media viewer and content for Brutal Legend too! Rock on!
Oh, and GT Academy 2010 Time Trial Challenge. Need we say more?
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.
The Spike TV Video Game Awards has come to a conclusion. Trophies were handed out, world premiere trailers were shown, and random celebrities were seen.
While absent for most of the show, Uncharted 2 came out swinging towards to end to receive the award for the coveted Game of the Year, beating out Assassin’s Creed 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Left for Dead 2. Naturally, it would also go on to win Best PS3 Game and Best Graphics.
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.