And MAG, and SOCOM.
The true story of Lucas Ordóñez.
From the producers of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Never-before-seen tracks appear as Polyphony unveils new cars for GT5.
Powered by four PlayStation 3s.
Boots Borderland 2 from top spot.
Heralds Friday's arrival of GT5: Academy Edition.
Shout "McDonald's" to make it stop.
A year ago Jann Mardenborough was a shy teen - and now he's standing on the top of the podium.
Plus, Yamauchi on Gran Turismo Vita.
Includes DLC, Nissan GTR.
Japan's Motegi circuit available from tomorrow.
Publisher hopes to drive cross-platform sales.
Win the chance to race in Dubai.
Sony's £449.99 SimulView display now available.
Patch 2.04 improves online performance.
Additional car pack and test track due next week.
New content and patch due out next week.
UPDATE: No plans for a European release at this time.
Plus: Yamauchi talks future DLC plans.
The wheel deal.
"Why should I get a console if games need to be installed?"
12 months on, what's changed in Polyphony's racer?
GT5 and Deus Ex DLC! Worms! Okabu!
"There just isn't a good solution."
Same car, same tracks. How do the games compare?
Get your wallet out.
Racing pedigree cars join the fray.
Polyphony's spoiler pack introduces Spa.
Interior view, UI, physics updated.
Available on 11th October.
With fresh DLC to follow.
Uncharted 3 will "take advantage" of viewer.
Brings NASCAR Seasonal Event.
And does well at gruelling 24hr event.
1 in 3 UK homes will own a 3DTV by 2016.
Gamer finishes second at legendary race.
Prizes! Easier saves! Better AI! More.
Vorsprung durch boutique.
Hails "inventive and creative" game industry.
Beats out Gran Turismo 5.
Feature in development, says Yamauchi.
Big numbers for Sony's big racer.
300MB file also has Performance Points.
And how to come to terms with it.
"The game on the disc isn't the final game."
Odd GT5 feature about to leave the garage.
Thrustmaster T500RS out now.
Worth lapping up?
Out next month.
Signature Ed. owners: now's your chance.
UPDATE: Sony reveals all.
New cars available for limited time.
To beef up the 200-odd premium flock.
Plus: GT5, Donkey Kong sales figures.
Clue: it's not the PSP one.
Series crosses the 60 million mark.
Plus: Donkey Kong, NFS outsell GT5.
Real life vs. game - with added Kaz.
Yamauchi makes another promise.
Cream de chassis.
Thrustmaster T500RS has H.E.A.R.T.
Sony's racer jumpstarts PS3 sales too.
Another one scheduled for early this month.
The same cars on the same tracks across 13 years of PS history.
A video journey from GT1 to GT5.
COD: Black Ops knocked off perch.
Crash damage modelling is limited earlier on in the game.
I don't fancy yours much.
Digital Foundry's most comprehensive feature ever.
What it does, what it doesn't do, and what Polyphony must do to fix it.
The exact same models compared in the two formats.
Snowy condition racing analysed in three resolutions.
Rallying and shifting time of day analysis.
Exact same race analysed in three different resolutions.
Triple resolution analysis from one race replay.
The same race analysed in three different resolutions.
One track, one test, three resolutions.
Two tracks compared: PS2 up against PS3.
A collection of GT3 720p/1080p/3D frame-rate tests.
Talking the torque.
Yamauchi – online in a "critical state".
Best advice? Disconnect the internet.
Plus: online matchmaking update confirmed.
Out today, apparently.
Plus: UK-wide GT5 competition underway.
Not a Lang Lang way away.
Oh my God, it's full of cars.
New cars, game modes and effects.
November's third midnight launch.
Polyphony's take on Stig's stomping ground.
Platform holder doing 20 in-house.
Production values second to none.
GT5 "takes your breath away".
UPDATE: Unlocked features revealed.
ShopTo at the moment.
Diecast car! Car guide! Car DLC!
How the optional install speeds up game loading.
Install time measurements on a 60GB launch PS3.
How it works and why it should be better.
A video overview of Polyphony's new course-maker.
Analysis of the Course Maker.
If you say no to 6.4GB one-off.
Play online to win a pro team place.
Comp offers chance to become real driver.
Sony teases its virtual garage.
Which one will you drive?
Christmas is back on.
Let's go round again.
Plus, footage suggests game is finished.
Official Sony site reckons so.
Will probably take five and a half years.
Yamauchi says so.
But Sony sticks to "before Christmas".
Sebastien Vettel and the car (still imaginary).
While you're waiting...
Leak: Sony lost manufacturing slot.
Yamauchi: "It's inexcusable..."
But could lose momentum if out after NFS.
In Europe "before Christmas", says Sony.
Including your game of the show.
Car for the course.
285 quid for 320GB model and GT5 CE.
Drive a VW van round Laguna Seca.
Bigs up tech at Edinburgh Festival.
Removing flags possible, but "regrettable".
Watch out for banana peels.
It's the pits.
Includes some pictures of flags or something.
Kart racing was meant to be in it.
The drive of your entire life.
Just one day after North America.
Toy car! Leather wallet! USB key!
"You can process information more quickly."
Are your song titles as good as ours?
Just in case you thought it wasn't ready.
You've had plenty of time to save.
Plus: GT5 has go-karts, track editor.
Move now the sole reason for delays?
B-roll footage of the hibernating racer in action.
Gran Turismo's shiny vehicles finally pick up some dents.
Slow and steady.
Date set for November 2nd in US
MotorStorm, GT5, Sly, KZ3, more.
Much-delayed racer nearing launch.
Is it still 90 per cent complete?
Gran Turismo creator races for real.
Andrew House on 3D, Other OS, GT5, PSN.
Report reckons that's the reason for delay.
Grand Prix, Nordschleife and 24 Hours.
We'd never heard of him either.
That sounds familiar.
Qore made "erroneous inference".
Timing TBD, but "before Christmas".
"Forza continues to define racing."
And Polyphony boss dreads release.
"Only applicable for Japanese market."
No longer March in Japan.
Time Trial popular in Europe.
Digital Foundry takes it for a spin.
We take it for an HD spin.
Polyphony's latest shines.
Still a while to wait, says Sony.
Xbox exec gets a bit fighty.
Arrives with GT Academy in December.
Plus: Yamauchi drops more editor hints.
GTAIV, Too Human, Shenmue still pricier.
Non-denial denial from platform holder.
Mock-up packaging hints at bulky bundle.
But he's still tweaking.
It's likely to be similar to the Japanese one.
Nissan shiny, those cars.
Out in March 2010.
ACII! Uncharted 2! GT5! £299.99.
Website updates and brochures stack up.
GT devs dropped in to take notes at E3.
Must be perfect. PSP connectivity possible.
What's gunning down the straight in 2009.
Sony Europe chap thinks so.
So says Yamauchi himself.
That's a lot of driving in circles.
So says Kazunori Yamauchi.
On damage, online and perfectionism.
"Very, very soon", says Yamauchi.
So says SCEA man.
Yamauchi talks PS3 advancements.
Watch episodes, use test track.
In Japan. Euro plans scarce.
In Japan, anyway.
Sony plates another taster.