The upcoming racer’s microtransactions have been detailed, revealing a 4 tier pricing system for buying in-game currency.
Sony has announced at Gamescon that the next iteration in the Gran Turismo franchise, Gran Turismo 6, will be releasing worldwide on December 6th. Work is also underway on a full-length live-action Gran Turismo movie.
Just because Gran Turismo 6 won’t be a Forza-killer on the PlayStation 4 it doesn’t mean that it won’t be an extremely good racing simulator for the PS3, and let’s all be honest here, not everyone of us can afford a PS4 right off the bat anyway.
Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo 6 might be one of the last few legitimate titles the PlayStation 3 will have the honor of running. Before the title launches later this year, however, we had the opportunity to test drive the game at this year’s 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Read on and check out our impression
UK Ubisoft developers, Reflections are reportedly working on a brand new racing title and are looking at big markets. The developers behind the renowned Driver series are working on a new title called The Crew, according to The Examiner. Sources say the game will be a game more focused around realism and could be positioned