- Gran Turismo 4 Pictures Up
I've just stumbled across this oh so sweet eye-candy showing off 6 massive scrolling pages of screenshots to the upcoming fourth release of Gran Turismo. After wiping off the drool from my keyboard, I thought I should pass on the link to some of the most amazing graphics i've ever laid eyes on, particularly for a car racer. Time to pick me up a Playstation 2 >:D - Oh, and beware to you poor 56k folks, this'll strangle your modem.
For those wanting to know when they'll be able to get their hands on this baby (and i'm sure there'll be a hell of a lot of you), an actual release date hasn't been set unfortunately, however there seem to be rumours it's not too far away at all in any case. More details at GameSpot.
TOKYO--On its official Japanese release calendar, Sony Computer Entertainment has changed the release date of Gran Turismo 4 from "fall" to "winter." Since it did not label the game "winter 2004," this raises the possibility that the game may not come out this year. However, at the current time, Gran Turismo 4's official site, which is also hosted by Sony, still refers to the game as a "fall" release.
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