The most beautiful and highly anticipated next-generation racing simulator is inching its way towards completion. Gran Turismo 5 Prologue is the name of the game, and we've got a preview. "Prologue" means it's not the full game. Actually, it's like a glorified demo that will cost $40, include 5 tracks, 16-player online racing and more than 30 cars. Prologue is slated for an April 17 release date on the PlayStation 3, with the full GT5 game coming sooner or later. At least by the time PlayStation Ocho rolls around. [Techeblog]
That BMW driver really does drive like a BMW driver.
Seriously though, that looks epic. Initial reviews said the cars drove worse than they did in GT4, but I'll wait and see because I hope not. And it's a cliched question, but isn't there car damage this time?