04-08-2010 10:14 AM - edited 04-08-2010 10:17 AM
The world's slickest driving game for PlayStation 3 to hit stores this November as a Standard Edition, a fully-loaded Collector's Edition and a luxury, accessory-packed Signature Edition.
Sony Computer Entertainment and Polyphony Digital have announced three different editions of the forthcoming Gran Turismo® 5 for PlayStation®3, offering racing fans more options than ever for immersing themselves in the drive of a lifetime. The eagerly-awaited game is scheduled to arrive this November, and here's what to look out for on the starting grid.
More than a thousand cars, a global community of racers, the world's most iconic racetracks and the drive of a lifetime - that's Gran Turismo 5.
Experience astounding realism, pulse-raising physics, high-speed thrills and a full tank of international motoring glamour as you race against friends at home or online against champions from around the world, and build yourself a stable of the finest cars ever to have graced the tarmac anywhere.
One of the world's best-selling driving games is back, packed with new features, new rides and new experiences that'll take your life into the fast lane like never before.
A highly-desirable upgrade for serious racers and motoring fans, this eye-catching edition comes with plenty of added horsepower inside its high-end collector's box. As well as the game itself, you'll get:
Reminiscent of a no-expense-spared supercar launch, this luxury edition puts the pedal to the metal as soon as you open its contoured steel case, which is finished in Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Obsidian Black. As well as the game, the Apex driver's magazine and the ChromeLine car pack, you'll get:
If that doesn't whet your appetite enough, an additional six in-game ‘Stealth’ cars will be made available, which include:
Further details on how you can redeem these additional in-game cars to add to your GT5 vehicle collection will be confirmed at a later date, so watch this space Australia!
Gran Turismo 5 is yet to be classified by the Australian Classification Board.
on 04-08-2010 10:41 AM
Assuming we actually get the Signature Edition here, as soon as Mighty Ape start listing it, I will pre-order it... depending on price
Mind you... Modern Warfare 2 and God of War 3 uber editions sold for $299 here, and even though I didn't order those versions (good job too, for two games I've only completed once each)... for GT5 I definately would pay that much...
on 04-08-2010 04:09 PM
on 05-08-2010 01:18 AM
on 05-08-2010 02:38 AM
finally there up on the EB site..lol
the collectors edition $130
the signature edition $300
does anyone else think the signature edition is alittle steep in price??
on 05-08-2010 02:55 AM
on 05-08-2010 03:48 AM
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