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Posted in Video Games by MrAngry | February 4th, 2010 | 2 Responses |

Gran Turismo 5 GT5

Ok, this pisses me off. It’s just been reported that Sony and Polyphony Digital once again pushed back the release of Gran Turismo 5 to the fall of 2010. ARRRGH!!!

Source: Autoblog

I’ve been playing video games since “Pong” came out which means I’ve experienced just about every video game console that’s ever been released. My niche, surprise, surprise is driving games. Test Drive, Forza, Dirt, Shift, Gran Turismo… you name it, I’ve played it. The PS1 & PS2 were consoles that I bought solely for the purpose of playing Gran Turismo and when I heard there was a PS3 I almost ran out and bought one. However, GT5 never materialized, so I laid back and played the waiting game.

Keep in mind, that the PS3 came out in 2006 – that’s 4 years ago, which means that the new consoles are right around the corner. What pisses me off though, is that A LOT of people went out and bought a PS3 on the basis that GT5 was going to be available to them, when in fact, there was no way it was going to happen. So based on the fact that they duped everyone, they can now go take Gran Turismo 5 and run the bastard over with every car in the FORZA MOTORSPORTS 3 arsenal…

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2 Responses

  1. Kurt says:

    Glad I’m not the only one pissed off about the latest delay. In the mean time, NFS Shift doesn’t suck…

  2. Sebastian says:

    “which means that the new consoles are right around the corne”

    No, no and no. You’re entirely wrong. Nintendo, MS and Sony are all intending to extend the life of this current generation of consoles for far longer than any of the previous generations.

    Would Sony and MS both be introducing new peripherals right now and pushing them as much as they are (see E3 conferences) if that were the case? The next generation of consoles won’t come out for at least another 3 years, and I would expect Nintendo to be the first one to do so.