Ready for Gran Turismo 7? Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi said his studio has conceived a PS4 version of their PS3 game Gran Turismo 6. However, Joystiq reports it will take some time to get out (surprise!), and it's possible the game might be what's eventually Gran Turismo 7. The keyword here is "eventually."
God, I have such a love-hate relationship with this series. On the one hand, it's boring, like a car brochure when it should be like a car. But then, I love car brochures. So glossy, and aspirational...
Not many game developers are able to practice what they preach, mostly because a lot of the stuff they preach involves stuff that doesn't actually exist.
Well, duh, of course there is. The key here isn't that there is a Gran Turismo 6 coming, but when.
Surprised? Shocked? Eh, not really? At the China Joy gaming event in Shanghai, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi once again stated that work on Gran Turismo 6 shortly after GT5 finished (something he told Kotaku back in 2010).
This is Omega Boost. It was an OK shooter released in 1999 on the PlayStation. I remember it, and pay tribute to it here today, not for the game, but for everything around it.
Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 5 is getting an update. It's called Gran Turismo 5: Spec II.
Polyphony Digital, known for its Gran Turismo games, created one of the greatest mecha games ever—a fact the developer no longer makes known.
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.
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.
Polyphony Digital, creator og Gran Turismo, is moving its development studio across the country to Fukuoka City. The reason for the move is the March 11 earthquake.
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.
When you release a game of the scope of Gran Turismo 5, there are bound to be hiccups. And GT5 had some hiccups. A massive patch issued overnight will hopefully remedy many of those!
I.materialise is 3D printing company. For years, the company churned out concept cars. "We make a lot of concept cars using 3D printing but we're never allowed to talk about them," says i.materialise's Joris Peels. This time is different.
Would you pay $600 for a more realistic Gran Turismo 5 experience? Thrustmaster has made the T500 RS racing wheel official, delivering new details and specifications on the accessory that costs twice as much as a PlayStation 3.