Gran Turismo, a Sony PlayStation institution and arguably the greatest driving simulator of all time is making headlines once again.
With Gran Turismo 5 well established on the PlayStation 3 the world has wondered where to next for GT. Responding to questions at the recent China Joy gaming event the creator and spiritual leader of Gran Turismo, Kazunori Yamauchi, attempts to answer the worlds wonder. Along the way letting a few interesting morsels of information out of the bag, morsels relating to the various versions of GT.
Sony Entertainment Corp had a large presence at the gaming event, with the PS Vita stand a buzz with enthusiasts and journalists alike. Kazunori Yamauchi and Sony Entertainment executives gathered for a press Q&A session, answering questions from an enthusiastic audience, China loves gaming it appears.
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With the orange glow of the rising Sun over Mount Fuji Sony has surprised the world yet again. The PS Vita is available in Japan now. This signals the release of the most highly anticipated gaming hardware of 2011. Catching the world by surprise on Saturday the electronics giant gave it’s loyal Japanese fans an early Christmas present.
With prices ranging from $320 to $380 USD demand was high, even after re-allocating 200,000 units and delaying the world wide release from January 1, 2012 to February 2, 2012. Crowds assembled early and queues built throughout the day until stocks ran out. Akihabara and Ikebukuro are just two of Japans legendary gadget and electronics shopping districts that played host to much of the excitement, for those lucky few gadget loving fans that got in quick.
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