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i dont know how many of you know about it but if you do then what do you think about it, are u gonna get it, why?
for those of you who dont know about it then i give u a few details
1. around 500 cars
2. around 100 courses (prob 50 tracks going in 2 normal and reverse)
3. ultra relistic physics (apart from collision damage which is non present due to the stupid car manafactures)
4. like previous GT's it will have a simulation and arcade mode
5. new improved humon like AI (so they say)(and also i should say that the AI is still beeing worked on and not yet finished)
6. some (if not all) of the trackes will have animated track side people (not yet finished either)
6. and of course wot we expect from gran turismo, those amazing graphics (warning due to screns beeing released over a year ago the graphics varries quite a lot and does not represent the finished product
I imagine I'll get it. Im defintally looking forward to it but right now Im concetrating my efforts into building up my Gamecube libary. GT4 and MGS3 are defintally going to be hot titles.
I'll get it sometime the week it comes out, that and Kingdom Hearts II, are one my to get list.
I might get the game, depends though.
I might get the game, depends though.
depends on what?
Anyone know a release date for GT4? I don't think anythingís been confirmed but this is the closest to confirmation that I could find. At EBgames, you can pre-order GT4 with a set and shipped release date of 6/30/04.
http://www.ebgames.com/ebx/product/236416.asp Thatís the site if you want to check it out.
Or alternatively just a get a Japanese version of the PS2 and get "Gran Turismo 4 Prologue". You can pick this up online for about 25-40 dollars. Apparently it has about 75 cars and quit a few tracks and a lot of license tests - which isnít surprising.
GT4 prologue is coming to europe!!!!!!! it was on gamespot a week or 2 ago that SCEE comfirmed that they have managed to get it on its way here, dont expect much though as it did quite bad in most reviews, not that i trust reviews for anything, but still its good considering it isnt a full priced title
and as for GT4 release date, well to keep it short there have been a number of official release dates (the first of which dated back into 2003) which kept beeing put back and now no 1 sure, a few online retailers say its around june but now quite a few ppl are saying q4 of this year for US and europe and prob late q2 or q3 for japan
Yea, problem with Prologue seems to be that it doesn't really take that long to complete like sub 15-20 hours. Which isnít great, but then again I wasnít expecting a Europe release :D . It's only really a Stop-gap whilst waiting for GT4 and was only meant to be out in Japan, but because of all the delays in GT4's release the game is getting a Europe launch which is cool! Apparently the game will be released in a limited edition form and will contain a making of DVD. Looks like Sony are doing a lot of surprising people these days :) .
yea but at least prologue is cheap :)
i think that sony want to suprise alot of people, they are really going for it now that they have some competition
i think ill get the game if its between £15-20 if its more than that i wont though because whats the worth of paying lots of money for a demo :P
GT4 is nothing compared to my hardcore version of Wacky Racers for DOS. 8) :lol:
*cough SPAM cough* :lol:
and wakey racers for DOS was nothing compared to street racer for the old megadrive :lol: :lol: no seriousley it was so damn good
Oxygenuk - please refrain from posting comments which dont further the conversation. We view them as spamming.
No pentalty this time, just avoid doing it again as I hear spam is a black hole for skill points :wink:
Hay it added something ... (I think). I now know he found your comments comical Rebon :wink:. I think this is a case of acute summarisation rather than spamming.
ps3 Wanna be
Will get to it ASAP...
ps3 Wanna be
A recent translation of Hideo Kojima's blog revealed his experiences of real life military training in early December.
Hideo Kojima is the creator of the Metal Gear Solid series, which first started off on the original PlayStation, and will soon be making an appearance on PlayStation 3.
Kojima detailed the harsh conditions he and the rest of his team had to face. He picked out seven other people, all of which he believed could handle the hard work.
Each member of the team was given an emergency whistle and search light, in case they got lost in their undisclosed location. Kojima decided to exclude female members for safety reasons, and took out personal life insurance if worst came to worst.
The team had to prepare their camo patterns:
They applied camouflage paint to their faces and their weapons:
They continued their military training until sunset.
After battling the difficult conditions of the day, the team had a final Q&A section at midnight, and then had a well-deserved sleep.
Unfortunately, this is where Hideo Kojima ends his blog entry, and says he will not be able to comment about the next day of military training. The team were not only selected on fitness, but also based on whether they can keep the training confidential.
The training that the team have undergone is all part of Kojima's effort to produce a realistic Metal Gear Solid 4. The game will be an exclusive title for PlayStation 3. At the Tokyo Game Show in September 2005, Kojima showed off an incredible MGS4 trailer, which he claimed was done in realtime. For comparison purposes, he stated that there were the same number of polygons in Snake's moustache as there where in the whole of Snake's body in MGS3!
You can keep up with the HideoBlog here (http://www.blog.konami.jp/gs/hideoblog_e/).
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Articles up! Looks really good, well done guys!