185w ago - At the Nürburgring 24-hour circuit a lucky gamer named Michi takes a Lexus out for a spin in the GT5 PS3 demo, and MrTUX82 has uploaded it to YouTube demonstrating Gran Turismo 5's sense of speed.
To quote: "Using the game's new professional driving physics, the gamer does a bloody good job at posting a respectable time at extreme speeds.
Now, we're not sure if it's just the quality of the driver, or the choice of camera, but the sense of speed in the following video is palpable.
Let us know whether you agree in the comments section. We'll hear more about Gran Turismo 5, which is expected to release later this year, at next months E3."
Circuit: Nordschleife 24h-circuit with GP connection
Car: racing Lexus - forgot the name sorry
Settings: professional driving physics without driving aids
Wheel: Driving Force GT
186w ago - SCEA Producer Taku Imasaki has shared new details on Gran Turismo 5 for PS3 today, which now includes more Nurburgring!
To quote: If you saw our Web site this morning, then you already know about the news.
If you're a true racing fan, you know that Nürburgring is a world-renowned racing complex in Nürburg, Germany.
It's known for being extremely challenging, a grueling testing ground for even the most seasoned race drivers and the most highly tuned performance cars.
It's home of various world-famous races including the Nürburgring 24 Hours race, and used as a testing ground for bleeding-edge performance cars by companies like GM, Dodge, Nissan, Lexus, and Ferrari.
In the words of Mr. GT, Kazunori Yamauchi himself, "For a car enthusiast, the Nürburgring is the equivalent to what places like the "Eiger Nordwand" or "Mount Everest" means to a mountaineer. There is that special allure about it that you just can't explain in words."