Words by Julius Yparraguirre | Photos courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment
After five long years of waiting, it’s finally here. With a reputation of being the best driving simulator experience, Sony finally released the fifth installment of the Gran Turismo series last November 25, 2010, with an eight-month delay from its planned release schedule. But after the agonizing wait, I consider myself fortunate to have grabbed a Limited Edition copy.
Unraveling The Box
Along with the game disc, the Limited Edition came with an “Ultimate Car Guide,” which is almost as thick as a typical car user manual. It has all of its pages printed in full color on glossy paper and contains details on auto racing history and tuning approaches and a list of all the cars in the game - 1,031 to be exact. You also get an access code for the PSN network to download exclusive content.