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Friday, 05 November 2010 09:47

Gran Turismo 5 has a new date

Written by David Stellmack


November 30th for NA release
Yet another release date from Gran Turismo 5 has made its way to the front of the line. This time, however, it comes by way of the official Sony website. While the date could just be a place holder, it claims availability on or about 11/30/2010.

Sources tell us that the date is still in flux, despite Kazunori Yamauchi saying that discs were already being pressed and the title was being prepared for release. It is difficult to say what Sony’s plan for GT5 will be, but the sources that we spoke with indicate that Sony wants this product out for the holiday season and is tired of taking a beating over all of the delays.

We have to think that Sony is also tired of pumping as much cash as they have into the project with no return.
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+12 #1 Muaadib 2010-11-05 15:03
"Sony is also tired of pumping as much cash as they have into the project with no return. "

Ever heard of GT5 Prelude? aka the Glorified Demo? it sold 4 million copies so i think Sony already got most of their cash back...
 
 
+1 #2 yasin 2010-11-06 12:08
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"pumping as much cash as they have into the project with no return."

tell us that just after christmas :)
 

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