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A US court has thrown out a lawsuit that claimed Gran Turismo infringed the trademark of an Italian flooring company.
Sony has announced a finale event for Gran Turismo 5's online mode, which is due to be switched off at the end of this month.
Sony will remove from sale all downloadable content for Gran Turismo 5, the publisher has announced.
The online servers for Gran Turismo 5, all three Resistance games, MAG and the SOCOM games are soon to be switched off.
Sony's Gran Turismo movie will tell the story of how GT5 gamer Lucas Ordóñez became a real-life racing driver.
Sony is planning a film version of PlayStation-exclusive racing series Gran Turismo.
A brace of new cars added to Gran Turismo 5 have afforded us a look at a slew of new tracks that may come to Polyphony's racer - or perhaps have enabled a glimpse at the track list for the inevitable Gran Turismo 6.
Sony has announced GT Academy, a TV series following the plight of six British gamers, each masters of Gran Turismo 5, in a quest to become a professional racing driver with Nissan.
Some two years after its initial release and Polyphony's Gran Turismo 5 is to receive another update - although it brings only the most minimal of improvements to the PlayStation 3 racer.
Update 2.09 fixes some disparities with the tyre and fuel depletion, and adds a new option that allows players to set how quickly each of those elements deplete. That's not all! There are also improvements to the scoring of the Drift Trials, while a handful of track-specific bugs have also been ironed out.
Polyphony's saved the best for last, though. The maximum rpm of the Honda HSV-010 has been changed to 10300 rpm, and its engine note has also been modified.
At Sony Japan you can play a version of Gran Turismo (5, probably) running at 4K resolution powered by four PlayStation 3s.
Annual football fiesta FIFA 13 has sold a million copies during its first week on sale in the UK.
It becomes the fourth game in history to do this, following Call of Duty titles Black Ops, Modern Warfare 2 and 3.
Video game sales jumped by 196 per cent in the past seven days. FIFA 13 accounted for 71 per cent of all games sold and 80 per cent of all revenue from game sales - both of these figures are higher than last year.
There's new Gran Turismo 5 DLC on the PS Store, highlighting the shop-arrival of GT5: Academy Edition on Friday.
Wouldn't you like to virtually toss a gherkin into a roll instead of watch a boring-snoring advert for Subway? What do you think of shouting "McDonald's" at the television to make a McDonald's advert stop? How about playing a sponsored and multiplayer racing game during an advert break?
When Jann Mardenborough arrived at Brands Hatch last May, it was the shy 19-year-old's first trip to a 'proper' race circuit. He had just dropped out of university and was earning his keep by temping in a Next store in Cardiff while he decided whether to sign up for another degree in furniture design.
Polyphony Digital is "aiming for the latest technology" for the inevitable Gran Turismo 6, series chief Kazunori Yamauchi has said.
Sony has announced the Gran Turismo 5 Academy Edition, due out this autumn to coincide with the fourth year of the collaboration between the GT Academy and Nissan.
It's the original game with DLC already released for the PlayStation 3 exclusive racer and a new car:
Complete Pack (Car Pack, Course Pack, Special Paint Pack, Racing Gear Pack).
PlayStation 3 racer Gran Turismo 5 gets a fresh batch of DLC this week, Sony has announced.
Gran Turismo publisher Sony has mentioned a PlayStation Vita incarnation of the game in a recent customer survey.
Sony's PlayStation 3D Monitor is now available to buy in the UK. It costs £449.
It's designed to allow cheaper access to 3D visuals via the display's 24-inch (1920x1080) screen.
The 3D Monitor's SimulView screen allows two players to see completely different images when wearing special 3D glasses, allowing for full-screen multiplayer play.
A new update has just gone live for PlayStation 3 racer Gran Turismo 5, developer Polyphony Digital has announced.
The patch addresses various bugs and glitches, as well as making some improvements to online performance.
Here's the full changelog, as posted on the game's official site:
A fresh batch of Gran Turismo 5 DLC rolls out of Sony's garage on 18th January, the platform holder has announced.
Car Pack 3 features six new cars to get to grips with - the Lamborghini Aventador, Jaguar XJR9, Aston Martin V12 Vantage 2011, VW 1200 1966, Mini Countryman S 2011 and Nissan Leaf. It will set you back €5.99 or your regional equivalent.
A separate Speed Test Pack offers a new oval test track and a performance measurement mode which lets you compare stats and data for all your vehicles. That's priced at €4.99.
A fresh batch of Gran Turismo 5 content lands on 21st December, Sony has announced.
UPDATE: Sony told Eurogamer it has no plans to release Gran Turismo 5 Spec 2 in Europe at this time.
Developer Polyphony Digital is "of course" working on Gran Turismo 6 already, studio boss Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed.
Console driving games are increasingly complex beasts, with each new generation adding further to the depth of simulation. It's a complexity that can't really be done justice with an analogue stick and a couple of triggers, and unlocking the full potential of a Gran Turismo 5 or a Forza 4 requires a dedicated - and often expensive - set-up.
Trouble is, there's a maze of plastic, leather and metal to negotiate when trying to choose a wheel that's right for you, a situation further muddied in the wake of Forza and Gran Turismo's release as several new contenders have hit the market. Here, we round up the newest additions to the steering wheel club, taking in everything from Microsoft's entry-level Wireless Speed Wheel to the deluxe Thrustmaster T500 RS.
Force Feedback Wheels 101
The retail video game model "has always been and still is broken".
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness patched upon 'em. When it launched last November, Gran Turismo 5 was certainly marked with brilliance; a work of slavish endeavour, its dedication to recreating the automobile in many of its forms elevated the simulator to a form of art, with a poetry at the heart of Polyphony's game that its peers have failed to emulate.
A fresh payload of Gran Turismo 5 content headlines this week's PlayStation Store update.
Priced £9.49 (or £7.19 for PlayStation Plus members), the Complete Pack includes new cars, courses, paint jobs and car gear, all also available separately.
There's a healthy offering of new games on offer too, including bullet hell shmup Beat Hazard Ultra, Worms Crazy Golf and cute but disappointing Okabu.
You can only play the new Gran Turismo 5 DLC using the PSN ID you bought the content with - it's locked to a single account.
Same car, same tracks. How do the games compare?
Sony has confirmed UK prices for the hotly anticipated Gran Turismo 5 downloadable content.
The Course Pack, which includes two new tracks - SPA-Francorchamps (with weather effects) and Kart Space I/II (Normal and Reverse for each), costs £3.19.
The Racing Car Pack, which adds the evolution model of the X2010 ultimate racing machine, the Red Bull X2011, and a line-up of specially tuned touring cars, costs £6.29.
The newest entries to Gran Turismo 5's garage have been revealed, with 15 new vehicles coming to the game through next week's downloadable content.
Gran Turismo 5's first paid for downloadable content is coming nearly a year after the game first released - and it's bringing with it Belgium's famed Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Free Gran Turismo 5 update Spec 2.0 will be released on 11th October, a post on the European PlayStation blog has announced.
The post follows a series of tweets by game creator Kazunori Yamauchi that revealed the changes Spec 2.0 will bring.
"We've tried to include the feedback we've received from all our players," Yamauchi tweeted.
PlayStation 3 exclusive simulation racer Gran Turismo 5 will receive its Spec 2.0 update in the third week of October, series producer Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed.
New DLC will follow a week later, Yamauchi confirmed via Twitter.
Yamauchi previously tweeted that players should expect the Spec 2.0 update to include additional features and content.
Sony has talked up its Personal 3D Viewer, saying it will "revolutionise games forever".
Gran Turismo 5 has been updated to version 1.11.
The patch measures 62MB, and focuses on fixing bugs and glitches, according to GTPlanet.
It also brings a new NASCAR Seasonal Event that offers Jeff Gordon's racing suit and helmet as a special prize. Maybe he doesn't need them anymore.
Kazunori Yamauchi, the creator of Gran Turismo, has been racing real cars against real people in real life.
Fewer than half of the 11 million 3DTV-ready homes in the UK in 2016 will be active and regular users of 3D TV content, a new report predicts.
A former winner of Sony's annual Gran Turismo Academy competition has scored a podium finish at this year's Intercontinental Le Mans Cup. Yes, the real thing.
Gran Turismo 5 update 1.10 has been released on PlayStation Network.
The patch address "a few issues" and makes "a few simple improvements", wrote brand manager Penrose Tackie on the European PS blog.
Update 1.10 also adds online event prizes, easier part purchasing, better AI, racing gear, music tracks and a way to interrupt and save games during Championship mode.
Looking for something a little more urbane from your default gaming uniform than pants and a gravy-stained T-shirt? Sony thinks it has the answer – a line of classy Gran Turismo-branded leisure wear.
As detailed on the Gran Turismo Boutique online store, you can now dress yourself in a range of jackets and shirts all with discreet GT logos hidden away on them somewhere.
Chic doesn't come cheap, mind. The top-of-the-line Endurance jacket is going for $199 (around £122), while a plain T-shirt demands $24.00 (around £15) – and that's before you add tax and postage.
British Prime Minister David Cameron today launched the UK's first accessible games centre in his constituency of Witney, Oxfordshire.
First-person shooter phenomenon Call of Duty: Black Ops is the best-selling PlayStation 3 game ever, Activision has claimed.
Being able to save your Gran Turismo 5 game during an endurance race is a feature "under development" right now, creator Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed.
PlayStation 3 exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5 has throttled through the six million units shipped barrier, creator Polyphony Digital has announced.
Remote racing has been added to Gran Turismo 5, courtesy of brand new patch 1.06 - a 300MB download.
Remote racing allows you to start and monitor B-Spec GT5 races on PS3 by using a web browser - either on a PC or a mobile device.
Patch 1.06 introduces Performance Points to to online races, which should serve as a kind of matchmaking tool. And you'll now be able to use Course Maker courses in online races, although they'll need to have been made post-update.
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi wishes there was a game that made people think about coming to terms with death.
Another racing game developer has criticised Polyphony Digital's PlayStation 3 exclusive sim Gran Turismo 5 for its "grindy levelling up".
Gran Turismo Anywhere, the curious feature that allows gamers to interact with a Gran Turismo 5 race from a PC, will launch in early February.
The official Gran Turismo 5 steering wheel, the Thrustmaster T500RS, goes on sale today in Europe, Africa and Australia with an eye-watering RRP of £450/€500.
Worth lapping up?
Thrustmaster has unveiled the £400 official steering wheel for PlayStation 3-exclusive simulation racer Gran Turismo 5.
Sony has just announced details of how to enter the competition included in the Signature Edition of Gran Turismo 5 to win a £150,000 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.
As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, the first phase of the competition will be open from 27th December until 23.59pm on 31st January 2011.
Here's what you need to do to be in with a chance of walking away with some flash new wheels:
UPDATE: Sony has confirmed the contents of this huge patch to Eurogamer. From the horse's mouth, they are:
Seasonal Events: [Seasonal Events] has been added to the upper left of the [GT Mode] - [GT Life] screen. From here you can participate in official events being held for a limited time. In these events, all participants are under the same regulations, and if you complete the event you will win rewards and experience. Compete on the leader boards with players around the world, in Time Trials and Drift Trials!
Hot Car Dealer: A [Hot Car Dealer] has been added to the left center of the [GT Mode]-[GT Life] screen. In the Hot Car Dealer you'll find popular and rare used cars.You might just come across that one car you've always been looking for, that you haven't been able to find in the [Used Car Dealer]
Gran Turismo 5 developer Polyphony Digital is getting in the Christmas spirit and offering free DLC for the game over the festive period.
More cars in the Gran Turismo 5 garage are to be given the premium treatment, according to creator Kazunori Yamauchi - which means they'll soon be more detailed and allow an interior view.
Xbox 360 Kinect bundles outsold PlayStation 3 Move bundles by a factor of more than five to one in the US last month, according to a retail analyst.
Why does Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of Gran Turismo, get special dispensation from Sony when he makes a game? Because each main Gran Turismo release has sold roughly 10 million copies - or more.
Sony has shipped 5.5 million copies of simulation racer Gran Turismo 5 worldwide since launch.
Call of Duty: Black Ops has become the 7th biggest-selling game ever released in the US after just three weeks on sale.
"Early next year", you'll be able to monitor a Gran Turismo 5 race from your PC, and even issue basic commands such as 'enter the pits' or 'overtake'.
As of today, you can smash and trash those beautiful cars in Gran Turismo 5 - mechanical damage has been added.
You can do the demolishing alone or you can head online and revel in the destruction of beauty together, according to TheSixthAxis. And when you're online you'll be able to choose whether damage will be light or heavy or not present at all.
The Gran Turismo 5 damage patch is a beefy 150MB. You'll need to grab today's PS3 firmware update at the same time.
Peripheral maker Thrustmaster is crafting a new official steering wheel for Gran Turismo 5 – and it's rumoured to cost over £300.
Gran Turismo 5 topped the Japanese Media Create charts after its first week on release, selling an impressive 430,707 copies.
Polyphony boss Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed in detail his plan to update Gran Turismo 5 with improvements, beginning with an update scheduled for early this month.
Writing on his Twitter account (translated by Andriasang) Yamauchi revealed Polyphony is looking into a raft of features that may end up being added to the game.
For example, Polyphony is looking into adding a YouTube video upload feature, which was in the game at one point before being dropped because of a lack of memory.
The same cars on the same tracks across 13 years of PS history.
In last week's Gran Turismo 5 tech analysis, Digital Foundry delved into its gaming archive and compared the new game to sections of gameplay from GT4. This got us thinking. Could we trace a tech lineage through all major versions of the game released to date, right from the franchise's beginnings in 1997?
Long-awaited PlayStation 3 exclusive Gran Turismo 5 has topped the UK all-formats chart.
Crash damage modelling is limited earlier on in the game.
Here's what we were picking from: Out This Week.
Woah. This is one of the biggest, most detail-rich tech analyses we've ever put together, but there's little doubt that developer Polyphony Digital is a studio that likes to dwell on the technical details, and to be frank, a release as highly anticipated as Gran Turismo 5 more than deserves the mileage.
One thing's for sure: few game launches in recent memory have been as dramatic as Gran Turismo 5's. Rumours swirl around its eleventh-hour delay, weeks from its street date of 3rd November, and its subsequent, rushed appearance at the end of the month. Maybe one day, we'll know the full story. But given the state of the final game, there does seem to be an obvious culprit: its online features.
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.
Despite spending over five years making it, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi still isn't happy with his latest creation. But it is finally here and at the official launch for the game last night in Madrid, Yamauchi turned up with a garage-load of supercars and a wide grin of relief.
An update for gargantuan simulation racer Gran Turismo 5 will be released on Saturday 27th November, creator Kazunori Yamauchi has confirmed to Eurogamer in a new interview.
"We received a lot of demands for having more regulations placed on the online play. We're going to perform an update on the 27th that will include things like max power restrictions and weight restrictions," Yamauchi said.
"It's like a living creature, dynamically growing as we speak."
Sony has had to limit some areas of Gran Turismo 5 while it works out a way to ease the online congestion currently crippling the game.
Polyphony Digital head Kazunori Yamauchi has told Eurogamer that he "doesn't know" if the next Gran Turismo game will release for PlayStation 3 or the next generation of console hardware.
Sony's great 3D push has kicked on today with the release of Gran Turismo 5 - the first stereoscopic 3D racing game on the market, apparently, presumably if you don't count WipEout HD, Ridge Racer 7, et al.
Gran Turismo 5's refreshingly classical soundtrack will be released digitally on 6th December and physically on 13th December.
The moment Gran Turismo 5 clicked for me, I was tackling the tarmac rally stages in Special Events. These point-to-point time trials take place on twisting country roads crossing the rolling landscape of Tuscany.
At the intermediate level in the rallies, the game whipped away my habitual crutch, the racing line guide that traces the best line through every corner. But that wasn't the half of it, because these rally stages are never the same twice. They're procedurally generated by the Course Maker system – one of innumerable gadgets and modes that developer Polyphony Digital has crammed into this bewilderingly eclectic release.
I couldn't even restart and painstakingly learn the track, because it wouldn't be the same track. So I watched the road, listened to the pace notes and felt my Impreza countersteer out of bends and buck over bumps, taking my heart in my mouth with every blind crest.
New cars, game modes and effects.
The third UK midnight opening of November happens tonight for Gran Turismo 5.
Polyphony's take on Stig's stomping ground.
Over 50 stereoscopic 3D-enabled PlayStation 3 games are in the works, Sony's revealed.
Production values second to none.
Has the gaming world left Gran Turismo behind? Is the simulation racer still relevant in today's fragmented, socially networked word? For Sony, the answer is, unequivocally, yes.
UPDATE: This just in from Eurogamer Reviews Editor Oli Welsh: The patch was 133MB and downloaded and installed in a couple of minutes. When the game booted, it then recommended a further install from disc which took about five minutes.
It unlocks open and private racing lobbies, community features such a meassage board, mail and gifts, Gran Turismo TV (a store for downloading video content - all free at the moment), the Museum (cards/photos about automotive history that can be traded) and a news service on the title screen.
ORIGINAL STORY: You'll only be able to play Polyphony Digital's PlayStation 3 exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5 online if you download a day one update, Eurogamer can reveal.
Perhaps the biggest PlayStation 3 exclusive ever goes on sale at midnight tonight: Gran Turismo 5.
Diecast car! Car guide! Car DLC!
How the optional install speeds up game loading.
Install time measurements on a 60GB launch PS3.
Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 5 is probably the biggest, most content-rich racing game ever made for console. How the PS3 was going to handle this phenomenal amount of gameplay was always going to be an issue. Last week's revelation of a 40-minute, 6.5GB install, swiftly followed by an official statement from Sony adding context and explanation to the raw numbers, is only really the tip of the iceberg.
A video overview of Polyphony's new course-maker.
Digital Foundry will be looking in-depth at Gran Turismo 5 later in the week, but in the meantime we're planning a series of blog posts to celebrate the long-awaited launch of PS3's most highly anticipated of sequels.
You don't have to wait the best part of an hour for Gran Turismo 5 to install - you can opt for the game to unpack chunks as you play, Sony explained this afternoon.
After so many years in development we'd hope that Gran Turismo 5 offers some moderately realistic racing action. However, Sony reckons its racer is so lifelike that it's offering gamers the chance to swap the controller for a real steering wheel and go pro.
Gran Turismo 5 will offer over 1000 cars to race - and Eurogamer has reproduced the entire final listing below.
After half a decade of development and weeks of torturous speculation, Sony has finally dated perhaps the most anticipated PlayStation 3 game of all time - Gran Turismo 5.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has tweeted that a Gran Turismo 5 date announcement is imminent.
"It looks like the release date is about to be announced," he wrote on Twitter according to Andriasang's translation.
Gran Turismo 5 has been firmly dated only once before, at E3 this year, when PlayStation 3 platform holder Sony said to expect it on 3rd November, but the release was delayed last month.
Leaked footage showing the full trophy list for Gran Turismo 5 has found its way onto the web.
Gran Turismo creator Kaz Yamauchi reckons the long-awaited fifth game in the series – still without an official release date – was restricted by the capacity of the PlayStation 3.
Gran Turismo 5 will launch on 30th November, if a new listing on a Sony website is to believed.
Gran Turismo 5 has been plagued by delays, and whether the game will launch this year still remains to be seen. But that hasn't stopped creator Kazunori Yamauchi revealing that work on the next instalment, Gran Turismo 6, has already begun.
Gran Turismo 5 discs "are being stamped as we speak", game creator Kazunori Yamauchi has said.
Industry sources have expressed concern to Eurogamer that high-profile racing game Gran Turismo 5 will miss Sony's promised "before Christmas" release date and instead come out some time next year.
Sebastien Vettel and the car (still imaginary).
The delay to Sony's Gran Turismo 5 is a result of the recent PlayStation 3 hack causing Sony to shift manufacturing of game discs, an alleged insider has revealed.
PlayStation 3 exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5 was delayed from 3rd November to "before Christmas" because the development team needed to iron out kinks, creator Kazunori Yamauchi has explained.
Sony's high-profile PlayStation 3 exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5 will still enjoy spectacular sales despite suffering a delay, but could lose momentum if it's released after Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, analysts have said.
This afternoon Sony announced that Polyphony Digital's game would miss its announced 5th November release date and instead be out "before Christmas".
In a statement Sony said "creator Kazunori Yamauchi and the team at Polyphony Digital want to make certain they are creating a racing experience of the highest quality".
Update 2: The European PlayStation blog has tweeted that a new Gran Turismo 5 date will be confirmed "before the end of the month".
Every year at the Eurogamer Expo we invite you to tell us what you thought of the games you played, and without fail every year (so far anyway) you exhibit amazing taste in huge numbers. This year's Expo line-up was our strongest and most diverse yet, so we were excited to see what would follow in the footsteps of last year's winner, God of War III, or 2008's Mirror's Edge...
Car for the course.
European online retailers have started offering a 320GB PlayStation 3 Slim and the recently announced Gran Turismo 5 Collector's Edition together in a bundle.
Gran Turismo brainbox Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed some of the new tracks and cars you'll find in the fifth instalment of the series.
Sony has promised gamers 3D is for real despite admitting it "won't be an overnight success".
Gran Turismo Kazunori Yamauchi has responded to the row over one of the tracks in his latest game.
Watch out for banana peels.
Sony has come under fire for including a representation of Piazza del Campo, a medieval square in Siena, Italy, in Gran Turismo 5.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has said that the kart racing features unveiled for Gran Turismo 5 at gamescom were originally destined for a future instalment in the long-running series.
Kazunori Yamauchi is excited. He's showing us three cars from the 1967 Le Mans 24-hour race - the Ferrari 330 P4, the Ford Mark IV and the Jaguar XJ13 - and they all look beautiful. The P4 is one of Yamauchi's favourite cars of all time.
Sony has revealed that epic racer Gran Turismo 5 will be released on 3rd November in Europe.
For those who have everything there's the Signature Edition of Gran Turismo 5. It costs €179.99 and packs an SLS AMG toy car, black leather wallet, coffee table car art book, magazine with driving and tuning tips, USB key, key fob and a fancy "Obsidian Black" case.
Sony has proclaimed the benefits of 3D gaming to its hardcore fans, saying it provides a "competitive edge".
Sony and Polyphony want you to conjure a name for the song used in the E3 trailer of upcoming PS3-exclusive racer Gran Turismo 5.
Amazon France has listed an Ultimate Edition of Gran Turismo 5 for an eye-watering €189.95.
Sony worldwide studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has said that the majority of his developers are looking at 3D for their titles.
Sony might be banging the 3D drum now, but Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that Gran Turismo 5 supported 3D two years ago.
Gran Turismo's shiny vehicles finally pick up some dents.
The day before yesterday, everybody in the games industry convinced themselves that Lady Gaga was going to turn up at Activision's E3 party, and she didn't. Yesterday, everybody in the games industry convinced themselves that David Jaffe wasn't going to unveil a new Twisted Metal, and he did.
Date set for November 2nd in US
Sony has made a big song and dance about supporting 3D during its E3 press conference and said which titles will offer it on PS3.
Headliners include Killzone 3 - an extended demo of which was shown in stereoscopic 3D for everyone in the audience at the conference - and Gran Turismo 5, LittleBigPlanet 2 and MotorStorm: Apocalypse.
The rumoured Sly Raccoon Collection is another 3D-supporting title, and consists of HD updates of the excellent PS2 platform games.
Sony has announced that Polyphony Digital's oft-delayed racing game Gran Turismo 5 will be released on 2nd November for PS3 in North America.
Gran Turismo creator races for real.
SCEE president Andrew House has said that "games are a perfect fit with 3D" and expects them to "lead the way in consumer understanding of how 3D enhances the entertainment experience".
Rumours are swirling that Gran Turismo 5 will feature 3D visuals and support for the PlayStation Move controller.
Polyphony Digital has revealed that there will be three circuits from Germany's motorsport Mecca, the Nürburgring, in Gran Turismo 5.
We'd never heard of him either.
Gran Turismo 5 still isn't finished. In fact, Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has made it sound as though it's in the same state it was five months ago, if not longer.
Sony's said footage from Qore of PS3 games running in 3D was filmed for "demonstration purposes" and was not confirmation of feature support.
Official US web magazine Qore showed a video reel of various first-party games displayed in 3D. These included Killzone 2 and Gran Turismo 5 as well as LittleBigPlanet, Super Stardust HD and WipEout HD Fury.
"That last feature included interviews, footage from CES 2010, and a brief montage of SCEA titles intended as examples of what 3D gaming might encompass. It is hard to do justice to just how amazing 3D gaming looks in a 2D presentation—even in an HD product such as Qore," a Sony rep told IGN.
A Sony Computer Entertainment Europe executive has said that he expects Gran Turismo 5 to come out "this fall, before Christmas", while confessing the release date is "not yet decided".
Microsoft's Phil Spencer has taken a cheeky pop at the repeated delays to the release of PS3 exclusive Gran Turismo 5.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has declared that Gran Turismo 5 doesn't use all of the PlayStation 3's power.
Sony Europe has said that Gran Turismo 5's latest delay is "only applicable for the Japanese market", although the platform holder also declined to estimate when the game will be released.
Update: In related news, Sony Europe has said that the delay is "only applicable for the Japanese market".
Sony has revealed that over one million gamers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand have downloaded the GT Academy Time Trial since launch on 17th December.
Gran Turismo helmsman Kazunori Yamauchi has taken his love of motorsport to the next level by completing a 25-hour endurance race, reports Kotaku.
It's the must-have download this Christmas. Polyphony Digital is on the brink of launching a brand new Gran Turismo 5 demo, and we've got an early preview. Already its treasures have been plundered with a 1080p screenshot gallery and an HD edit showing off the intro screen, gameplay and replay quality. Now it's time to put the code up to the usual DF image quality and performance tests.
Polyphony's latest shines.
Sony may not be planning to release Gran Turismo 5 here until summer 2010, if a recent comment by an SCEA rep is anything to go by.
Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg reckons Halo: Reach will be king of the sales castle come the end of 2010 and has even dismissed competition from Gran Turismo 5.
Sony's announced that the GT Academy competition will begin this year on 17th December.
Kazunori Yamauchi hasn't ruled out including motorbikes in Gran Turismo 5, or even making a spin-off game especially for them.
Polyphony Digital chief Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that Gran Turismo 5 cost a meaty $60 million to make.
Sony has declined to confirm reports that Gran Turismo 5 features a track editor.
Those perceptive little prancing pony enthusiasts over at GT Planet have observed that Gran Turismo 5 may come on three discs when it's released next year.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has reiterated that the only thing holding up Gran Turismo 5 is his perfectionism.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has offered a hint at when the next Gran Turismo game will hit Western shelves.
Nissan shiny, those cars.
Sony and Polyphony Digital have announced that Gran Turismo 5 will be released for PlayStation 3 in March 2010 in Japan.
A trusted retail source has corroborated earlier reports and told Eurogamer that a 250GB PS3 Slim will arrive here as early as October, as part of three console-plus-game bundles.
Gran Turismo 5 will feature a massive 1000 vehicles, according to information reportedly posted on the official Polyphony Digital website, and should be released this year according to a gamescom brochure.
When they weren't showing off Gran Turismo PSP on-stage at the Sony conference or giving interviews, folks from Polyphony Digital were apparently checking out the competition at E3.
Gran Turismo's dad Kazunori Yamauchi has told Eurogamer that Gran Turismo 5 is "at a point we can release it any time we want".
After indie and esoterica, sports and music, MMOs and RPGs, fighting and strategy and action and adventure, we conclude our look at what's coming this year with two fields which tend to put refinement ahead of innovation. Can shooters and racing shake themselves up in 2009?
Sony Europe speaker James Armstrong expects Gran Turismo 5 to be out by next Christmas.
Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi has said Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo PSP are both very much alive and kicking.
Sony has revealed that the Gran Turismo series has shipped over 50 million units on multiple PlayStation formats, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has said that a PC instalment in the hit racing series is something he'd consider doing in the future.
Kazunori Yamauchi is a man living the boy racer dream - or rather, he would be, if boy racers even dared to have this kind of dream. As the creator of what is arguably the world's most authentic, most comprehensive simulation of race driving, he lives and breathes cars and motorsport.
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has said we should expect vehicle deformation in his games "very, very soon".
With just a few days to go until the release of Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, it's been revealed that there's still around a year to wait for the full version.
Polyphony Digital boss Kanzunori Yamauchi has promised to connect the global community in Gran Turismo 5.
Polyphony Digital has signed a deal with BBC Worldwide to let you watch Top Gear on your PS3.
Sony Europe has kept its lips sealed over the release date of Gran Turismo 5 in Europe, following news that the racing game is expected in Japan next July.
Polyphony Digital has revealed that Gran Turismo 5 Prologue will be heading to the Japanese PlayStation Network in October.
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue will be coming to the PlayStation Network later this year, Sony announced at its E3 conference yesterday evening.