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Gran Turismo 5 Gets Shiny New Video, Dynamic Weather

by Paul Strauss

While the wait for Gran Turismo 5 is hasn’t yet approached Duke Nukem Forever proportions, we are getting kind of sick of waiting. Especially when Sony sneaks out fine looking video footage the likes of which they showed off at this week’s Tokyo Game Show.


These new GT5 TGS 2010 trailers let us see more details than ever before, including awesomely detailed vehicles, drivers, and a weather system which makes me cry because it looks so beautiful (or maybe it’s just been raining on my face.) So sit back and enjoy 2-minutes and 33-seconds of pure PS3 driving porn.


And then enjoy another 1-minute and 18-seconds of weather and particle effects to make your eyeballs bleed tears of joy.

Expect Gran Turismo 5 to FINALLY ship on November 5th, 2010. If you haven’t already, you can pre-order a copy over at Amazon for $59.99 (USD).

[via gamefreaks]

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