When Sony announced the March 2010 release for Gran Turismo 5, they meant that one for Japan. As for all the other regions, you'd be disappointed if you're hoping for a 2009 international release. Polyphony Digital boss-man Kazunori Yamauchi explains the story.
"I don't think it's going to be that different for US and Europe," he said. "Marketing is still discussing their issues," he added, explaining why the margin has not been specified for all other regions so far.
With over 950 to cars to race around over 70 variations of 20 different locations, driving sim fans are already at the edge of their seats waiting. Since Japan has had their announcement first, it's possible that all the rest may have to wait up a bit. For how long, that's up to Sony marketing to decide, and for us to fish out later.
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