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Gran Turismo 4 dated in Europe

An early March release with 10 new cars for Europeans.

Sony has declared that Gran Turismo 4 is complete and will be released across Europe on 9th March after four years in development. What's more, the PAL version will feature 10 additional cars on top of the 700 or so that made it in to the Japanese version.

GT4 fans will be able to get on board with the new Alfa Romeo GT, the Audi Nuvolari Quattro, the modified Golf IV R32 from HPA Motosports, the Auto Union V16 Type C Streamline Race Car, the Chaparral 2J Race Car and the '93 Le Mans-winning Peugeot 905 amongst the others that made up the original line-up.

The full game will feature some 52 tracks from across the world including the Nurburgring Nordschleife and Le Sarthe at Le Mans, with city courses taking in Seoul, Paris, Tokyo, New York, Seattle, Assisi, Capri and Monte Carlo. Dirt and snow tracks, drag strips and driving parks will also be available and many of the tracks can be tackled in reverse.

Already available in Japan, early reviews have been very positive, and it seems now that the months of delays and the excision of online play haven't taken too much of a toll on the PS2's most anticipated racer of 2005. With PAL code said to be available very soon now, you can expect a review in the relatively near future.

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