A year of discoveries
Having played racing games pretty much from the moment our tiny infant hands could grip a game controller, it takes a lot to surprise us when it comes to driving pretend cars around. That's not to say we didn't learn
2.0-liter VTEC with 404hp!
Okay Honda, we get it. You're good-very good-at designing and building rather excellent concepts. This is the latest, though it comes with a hefty caveat: It's built for a video game. Gran Turismo, to be precise. It is
A modern take on a classic vehicle
Electric-powered AE 86 drift car. Now, now, we know what you're thinking: "An all-electric Toyota AE 86?! Blasphemy!" But give this thing a chance, or, you know, wait until the video hits the 12-minute mark. You'll be
Have you grabbed a copy yet?
Gran Turismo Sport is not called Gran Turismo 7. That might sound like stating the obvious, but it's worth remembering. The venerable series' arrival on PS4 was always going to be an inflection point for Gran Turismo, as it was finally
Now this is a promotion
After months of unrelenting hype, GT Sport has dropped. You can finally buy yourself a copy of the game for more or less P2,600. If you're looking for a more exclusive experience of the title, you can grab the game'
For hardcore gamers only
Fun as lobbing cars around using a PlayStation controller is, both in games and in real life, if you want to be posting blistering, leaderboard-topping times on GT Sport, you'll need a force feedback steering wheel to plug into your
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