Enzo Ferrari, Lamborghini Gallardo High-Res GT5 Screenshots

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Here’s the latest batch of high-res Gran Turismo 5 screenshots, giving us our first glimpse of the Enzo Ferrari and the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 in full GT5 glory.

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  1. DG Silva

    @RedBaron

    The reason why the windscreen is tinted like that is twofold; first, the reflection off the the trees make it like that, second the windscreen is polarised, so it has a natural green tint (I know this because my glasses are polarised, and have green reflections in them).

    Love the cars though, and I just can’t wait to play it, but we all have to be patient I’m afraid. Any chance of showing some muscle cars please?

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  2. Ddag

    @Nominatus
    Chill yourself out matey. I was reponding to:
    “Forgetful:
    Hate to nitpick, but the car is a Ferrari Enzo (make/model). Enzo Ferrari was the old man ;)”

    I wasn’t in any way trying to be pedantic. If YOU wern’t lost in your own smart-arse little cavern you’d have realised that.

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  3. warden

    Interviews posted and still no major advancement? and no revelations? bwwwhahahha…. it’s going to be funny to watch all the little school girls on here rant and rave… omg omg… lol

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  4. Rick

    them showing US pics is worse than Chinese torture. i wish this game was out now. oh well… 6 months is worthwile…

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  5. GTracerRens

    I don’t care about porsche right now!!! This game is gonna be awesome, believe me! :P ( If you still don’t)

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  6. GTI16V

    GT5 is like one of those Victoria’s Secret`s fashions shows. Looks amazing, but your chances to play with the real stuff are close to none.

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  7. swissguy

    Looks great but I don’t like these high-res pics. looks like 2mio anti aliasing wich just isn’t possible with ps3. why don’t they just show us some real ingame graphics and vids.. why always this high rendered sh.. ??
    the game will never look like that..

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  8. Dan da man the Lewis Hamilton Fan

    Oh oh ohhhhh thats gooooooooooooood, i’ll wait 50 years if the whole games looks like that!

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  9. chrisrar

    Polyphony have confirmed to pushsquare it will feature day night cycles… Weather also. :) also possible confirmation is game blog video with screen pixellated to hide view.

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  10. Big Ron

    I think, this is the photo mode, that sharpens the optic more than it is while racing. But its ok for me. In GT4, I always made photos via the photo mode and it is very nice, that thee graphics in replays and photo mode are better.

    I am a bit scare about the tracks. What I´ve seen so far always were know GT4 tracks and nothing new. It would be better, if they give us a completely new race track pack not even seen in previous GT games and give us the known tracks as download content.

    They said 20 different locations, which is not very much and you can just change the track layout (which is still the same track in my opinion). So there are nearly 3-4 layouts for every track (hopefully not)

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  11. stephen

    awesomeness! would like to see more tracks and cars lurking on some of the screenshots! whats that track with that NISSAN GTR JGTC car?

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  12. ZX10RKING

    Just read this…….
    Sony announced a March release for Gran Turismo 5 at Tokyo Game Show last week, a release window that was specifically targeted for the Japanese market. However, don’t expect a surprise 2009 release (sorry Amazon!). “I don’t think it’s going to be that different for US and Europe,” Polyphony Digital head Kazunori Yamauchi told journalists at a GT5 event last week. “Marketing is still discussing their issues,” which is the reason why a specific date hasn’t been pegged yet for those markets.

    Yamauchi then went on to list a befuddling list of features that should ship on the disc next year. GT Mode will return with all the features of classic GT games, like the garage, the car dealer, the tuning shop, and license tests. However, more exciting are the new features, such as a brand-new physics model that includes damage and deformation for all normal cars. Hybrid and electric cars are going to be added to the livery, too, with over 950 cars available on the disc. There will also be over 70 variations of over 20 locations to race through.

    The online features have been expanded to include both text and voice chat, with support for lobbies and private rooms. There will be online photo albums and online replay albums as well; with the ability to export replays to YouTube. Gran Turismo TV, the video service introduced in Gran Turismo 5 Prologue will also be expanded with a brand new UI, progressive downloading (so you can watch the video content while it downloads), and the ability to export these videos to PSP. While this may seem like the kitchen sink of features, Yamauchi teased, “We have much more planned.”

    Considering it’s been five years since the release of Gran Turismo 4 on PS2, fans of the franchise are expecting only the best, if not more.

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