Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Previews - PS3

Game Description:Gran Turismo 5 Prologue showcases the automotive experience that is imminent with Gran Turismo 5. Featuring up to 50 meticulously detailed cars - including vehicles by Ferrari, Lotus and Nissan - for users to race on five beautifully rendered reversible tracks from around the globe, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue runs in full high definition at 1080p. Additionally, in conjunction with a robust offline experience, for the first time in the history of the franchise Gran Turismo 5 Prologue supports up to 16 players racing head-to-head online, complete with global leaderboards, to quell any question of who is the best driver in the "World of GT." Furthermore, a feature called My Garage allows users to develop a personal profile page within the game and interact with other car enthusiasts from around the globe.
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Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Previews

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    Facetime: My Chemical Romance - Gran Turismo 5


    Gran Turismo 5 will feature a title track from My Chemical Romance called "Planetary (GO!)", and Adam Sessler sat with bandmembers Frank Iero and Mikey Way to talk GT5 and how the history of game soundtracks has actually influenced them.

    Posted: Nov 17, 2010 | 9,826 Views | 03:00

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    Morgan Webb Previews Gran Turismo 5 at TGS 09


    Sit behind the wheel with Morgan Webb as she does a hands on preview of 'Gran Tourismo 5' from the floor of Tokyo Game Show 2009. Find out her thoughts on how the game plays, looks and feels!

    Posted: Oct 5, 2009 | 11,630 Views | 01:43

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    Gran Turismo 5 GamesCom 2009 Damage Demo Hands-On

    Even though damage is more or less a staple in racing games these days, one major developer has stayed completely away from it ? Polyphony Studios. Many would agree that Gran Turismo is the premiere game racing franchise, but since it's never allowed for it's cars to become damaged, some fans of the series have become quite jaded.

    Posted: Aug 21, 2009

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    SONY Floor Report


    Morgan is on the floor at TGS with SONY and gets a look at PlayStation Home, another Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, and Way of the Samurai 3.

    Posted: Oct 13, 2008 | 3,306 Views | 02:33 | 6 Comments

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    Preview: Gran Turismo 5 Prologue


    Morgan brings you an early look at the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 5 Prologue.

    Posted: Feb 26, 2008 | 1,423 Views | 02:04 | 1 Comment

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    On Location: Gran Turismo 5 Prologue


    X-Play takes a trip to visit with Kazunori Yamauchi about the upcoming Gran Turismo 5 Prologue

    Posted: Jan 24, 2008 | 1,958 Views | 02:05 | 2 Comments

  • Facetime: My Chemical Romance - Gran Turismo 5

    Posted: November 17, 2010

    9,826 Views | 03:00

  • Gran Turismo Awards 2010

    Posted: November 16, 2010

    3,122 Views | 03:07

  • Gran Turismo 5 Comic-Con 2010 Interview

    Posted: August 6, 2010

    16,795 Views | 02:27

  • Morgan Webb Previews Gran Turismo 5 at TGS 09

    Posted: October 5, 2009

    11,630 Views | 01:43

  • Sessler's Soapbox: PS3 Goes Slim!

    Posted: August 19, 2009

    27,892 Views | 05:38


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