Sony and Polyphony Digital recently released Gran Turismo 6 for the PlayStation 3 earlier in the month. It's presumably the final game from Polyphony for the PS3 before heading upward and onward toward the PlayStation 4. Their simulated swansong for the PS3 gets compared to the Xbox 360 version of Forza Motorsport 4 and it doesn't look good for Gran Turismo 6.
If you're tired of paying or playing to earn Gran Turismo 6 credits, there's an easier way to get them. Players have discovered a bug that gives you 20 million credits for little to no effort.
I was really hoping this would be Forza Motorsport 5 versus Project CARS, as that would have showcased just how far ahead the PC platform is in comparison to the newest generation of home consoles, but it looks like we'll have to settle for Gran Turismo 6 versus Project CARS until the former comparison can be made.
Unlike its most recent predecessor, Gran Turismo 6 managed to make it to market without a ridiculous string of delays and pushed back release dates. In fact, it's available as of now, playable only on the PlayStation 3.
We recently reported that Eurogamer would be keeping a close eye on the game's cash shop and report whether or not it affected the overall gameplay in their review. So how well did gaming media do with appropriately measuring the content versus the cash shop mechanisms?
A new video comparison was showcased between Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6 on the PS3. The video, running at 1080p, shows a few striking differences between the game on the PS3. While the resolution looks more progressive in Gran Turismo 6, it comes at a price on Sony's seven-year-old console.
“Wrath of the Microtransactions”, that seems to be the subtitle to this new generation of console gaming. An attempt to compensate for the “bloated budgets” of games that are continuing to expand beyond the confines of their own ROI/expense ratio.
If there’s two things gamers like, it’s fast cars and, um, tiny animals that have gained super powers due to extensive and highly illegal scientific testing? All of these glorious things and more can be yours this week on the PlayStation family of consoles and handhelds.
Next-gen is here... it's now the new generation of hardcore console gaming (and some casual gaming, too, if you're into that sort of thing). While the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have seemingly stumbled out of the gate like a drunk and disorderly Amanda Bynes, the reality is that there is a remarkable difference in the graphical leap from seventh gen to eighth gen, even if some games don't seem like it.
Gran Turismo 6 will ship with over 1,200 cars. There's a way to get even more, though. Participating retailers will offer additional cars to pre-order customers.
It was no surprise when Polyphony announced Gran Turismo 6. It's a bit surprising, though, that the game is coming to the PS3 rather than the PS4. In a new interview, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe CEO Jim Ryan explained why GT6 isn't a PS4 launch title.
Today Sony officially announced Gran Turismo 6 for a holiday 2013 release. The PS3 racer's long-expected announcement comes as the company celebrates 15 years of the PlayStation-exclusive franchise. Sony also provided the debut trailer and screenshots.
The long-awaited announcement for Gran Turismo 6 may take place later this month. Sony has sent out details for a special GT-themed event on May 15th.
Sony may be gearing up to announce the next entry in the Gran Turismo series soon. The resume for a product marketing manager at SCEA mentions that they've been working on Gran Turismo 6.
Polyphony Digital released Gran Turismo 5 on the PS3 a little under a year ago. What have they been doing since then? Making Gran Turismo 6, of course.