Gran Turismo 5: One Year Later It Keeps On Giving
It’s around a year after release and we’ve just seen a completely new version (2.0, of course) along with the first batch of paid DLC. Yes folks, it’s Gran Turismo 5 – and if you haven’t already, you could do a lot worse than buying it now.
Sure, you’ll have to download and install thousands of megabytes of updates, patches and – if you buy it – the DLC. But it leaves you with a game that’s about 4,000 times better than what it was on original release.
And it was really good on original release.
Plus you can get it pretty cheap now – in fact, head to The Hut to pick up the collector’s edition for a paltry £29.95. It’s even cheaper for the standard edition, but this version will make you cooler to the ladyfolk, we reckon.
What do you mean ‘shut up you stupid, fat idiots’?
Anyway: GT5, a year down the line, is still worth your time and money. We sort of wish we could re-review it today, but we would never do such a thing. But if we did, the number you all love so much at the end of the words would probably shoot up to about 93%.
That’s not official, by the way. And we sort of wish Gran Turismo 5 wasn’t still relevant, because there’s so much other stuff to get on with playing. Damn world and its lack of time.