In advance of online support shutting down for Gran Turismo 5 at the end of May, Sony is removing all DLC for the game from the PlayStation Store on April 30. Some, but not all, DLC will be re-downloadable through PSN after then if you already own it. See this link for more details.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Gran Turismo, reader Ilya made this tribute clip that rivals anything developers Polyphony Digital have made for the series over that time.
Despite what looks like a screenshot from the game, above, the E-motion concept car is not available to drive in Gran Turismo 5. It's not even a real car.
The latest Gran Turismo 5 update makes tweaks and improved the engine sound of the Honda Weider HSV-010. More here.
On January 17, Gran Turismo 5 owners will get two news pieces of DLC to purchase, one of them a pack with six new cars, the other a new test track.
If you were one of those driving fans that passed up Gran Turismo 5 at launch in favor of waiting for a more complete edition of the game at a lower price, your patience pays off January 17 with the Gran Turismo 5: XL Edition.
Next week, Gran Turismo 5 owners will get access to a load of new vehicles, some for money, some for free.
With over thirty members, you'd think it'd be no biggie if AKB48's 17-year-old Yumi Wakatsuki was M.I.A. Yet, this weekend when she didn't show at a Gran Turismo 5 event, people began wondering whether her absence wasn't merely because she was under the weather. People began wondering if she had been benched for one…
Mary Pozzi owns a sweet 1971 Camaro. It's so sweet, in fact, that Gran Turismo 5 developers Polyphony Digital have decided to put it in their video game.
Forza Motorsport 4 was released this month. It's a great game—a great-looking game, too. Gran Turismo 5, released last year, is also a great-looking game. But which one looks better?
While we're still a week away from the big batch of downloadable content for Gran Turismo 5, the free 2.0 update drops today, delivering car interiors, 2011 NASCAR racers, and tons of fixes and tweaks, just in time to turn racing fans' heads away from Forza 4.
Along with its big update, which is free, Gran Turismo 5 is also getting some paid DLC, which includes new cars, new courses, new clothes and...new paint colours.
PlayStation 3 racing sim Gran Turismo 5 continues to evolve with the promised "Spec 2" update, Sony and developer Polyphony Digital announced today, giving virtual drivers more to see and do as the game approaches its first birthday.
Polyphony boss Kaz Yamauchi has announced that an update to GT5, called Spec 2.0, will be out in the third week of October, with DLC due a week later. Sadly, no word on what's actually in them.
Bugs happen. And since games can be patched and fixed, I personally don't think a few aren't that big of a deal. They can be, however, very funny.
Gran Turismo 5 was just seriously updated, v1.10 of the racing game bringing not just tweaks and fixes, but some new content as well.
Japan is getting a new custom PS3, a limited Tales of Xillia one. This isn't the first limited PS3 for Japan. There have been others.
Sure, you may be hard-pressed seeing the branding at all, but official Gran Turismo clothing was never going to be of the tacky-slogan-on-a-t-shirt variety.