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This version of the game is known as the Signature Edition and the recommended retail price will be €179.99. It contains a whole host of exclusive additional content, which is listed below.

Metal sculpted box finished in SLS AMG Obsidian Black.
Exclusive GT branded SLS AMG 1:43 model car.
GT leather wallet containing Signature Edition competition entry card.
Branded USB key with Polyphony/Mercedes-Benz trailer.
GT branded metal key fob.
Signature Edition coffee table book featuring the beautiful cars and locations of Gran Turismo 5.
200 page Apex drivers magazine with hints on driving technique, car tuning, future technologies and more.

http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2010/08/04/gran-turismo-5-%e2%80%93-something-special/
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#1
**** me you can buy a console for that much
#2
This is basically RRP, and is therefore not a deal. Cold.
#3
Can they not just focus on getting the **** game launched rather than wasting time on stuff like this?
#4
Ripoff, Id expect a official steering wheel with it for that price not a stupid book.
1 Like #5
Very nice, but as others have said RRP, therefore not a deal
#6
Freezing.
#7
Complete rip off/cash in. I would never buy a game for half the price of the games console ya gonna run it on. That's even if it's released on time!

£150 is ridiculous.
#8
Insane! Just buy the standard edition and a Driving Force GT instead.

Not voting.
#9
You are better off buying it from Game as you get points worth £7.50.
#10
what so special about this edition?
#11
Day late and a dollar short...

100 million years in the making... I was excited to see this come out, but I think I may be too old by the time it actually arrives... I'm pretty sure it will not be out before christmas.

Voted cold, not for the product itself (which is pretty cool) or for the deal (which isn't even really available) but for polyphony taking forever.

Also coming soon... Duke Nukem Forever...
#12
rofl, anyone that buys this at the RRP has more money than sense and should be giving it to charity instead!
suspended#13
s2rocks247
Day late and a dollar short...

100 million years in the making... I was excited to see this come out, but I think I may be too old by the time it actually arrives... I'm pretty sure it will not be out before christmas.

Voted cold, not for the product itself (which is pretty cool) or for the deal (which isn't even really available) but for polyphony taking forever.

Also coming soon... Duke Nukem Forever...


Stupid reason to post cold.
I would much much rather wait a few years for a great game to be developed and for it to be perfected as much as possible than the slightly adapted versions of COD for example where they change a few guns and stuff and charge you full price for it. I heard from somewhere that it takes something like 6 months of man hours to create just one car in Gran Turismo 5 (Not sure if that's with or without damage and stuff), but once you multiply that by almost 1000, then you can see why it takes so long.

It will be released, as it's had so much time and money poured into it, it won't go to waste.
#14
So, 500 years worth of man hours? Jesus no wonder it cost so much >_
suspended#15
diosamente
So, 500 years worth of man hours? Jesus no wonder it cost so much >_


I just took a look and i was thinking about the Prologue version
Here's a link.

The number of polygons that make up each car in “Gran Turismo 5 Prologue” is approximately 200,000, around 40 times higher than in the days of PlayStation 2. The development time for each car was around 6 months. A strong passion for the cars was an absolute necessity.


But i guess it would be a similar amount of time for detailed cars in GT5, if they have interior views.
#16
whats the chances of them making a profit on this? i would say unlikely
#17
MR1123
whats the chances of them making a profit on this? i would say unlikely


I think they'll do okay. Hopefully they'll charge for DLC to cover their costs...

I remember reading an article which calculated how many copies of GOW3 they needed to sell to turn a profit, it was quite scary. At least piracy isn't rampant on the PS3 as that would have an impact.

Suspect the development process of GT has allowed them to document programming techniques that could be applied to future first-party titles too.
#18
I'm waiting for the "Duke Nukem Forever/Gran Turismo 5 Boxset Edition". ;)
#19
there cover costs easily, as most xbox owner's will be buying GT5 also once they see it, as nothing will come close to this game on the 360, so there all be buying ps3's also.
#20
what a **** take,£149.99 for this!! if you want a limited edition get the one for £55.00 from play,basically the same without the useless wallet etc...

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