The true story of Lucas Ordóńez.
Beats out Gran Turismo 5.
Clue: it's not the PSP one.
Instantly drive any car in the game.
Sony Europe chap thinks so.
Free update also tweaks things.
The new cars: GT by Citroen, Ferrari California and Lotus Evora.
In-game media service launches tomorrow.
Same as the US, says SCEE boss.
Car shows on demand in August.
Top Gear and car filth on demand.
Win four months as a real-life racer.
That's a lot of driving in circles.
Win a four-month driving lesson.
So says Kazunori Yamauchi.
German and Spanish yet to tyre.
Full Chart-Track top 40 inside.
GT5 Prologue and friends emerge.
Hopefully still in shops today.
"Very, very soon", says Yamauchi.
So says SCEA man.
Plus, full details on Quick Tune.
Total series sales top 48 million.
Running rings around the PAL version.
Prizes to include branded helmets.
End of March on Blu-ray and PSN.
Cars. Cars. Cars.
But date and price still TBC, says Sony.
In US. SCEE still making mind up.
Small but perfectly formed.
Sony extends lifespan.
Watch episodes, use test track.
In Japan. Shouldn't stop you.
Japan version extinct on Sunday.
Back to the driving board.
In Japan, anyway, says Hirai.
Sony rubbishes rumours.
Sony clarifies details.
In Japan. Euro plans scarce.
The PS3 comes of age?
In Japan, anyway.
Sony plates another taster.