Where does the Editors opening post describing the purpose of the PitStop blog state anything regarding GT6.
"Hello everyone, this is the PITSTOP Editorial Team.
We’ve created a new place for sharing information with Gran Turismo fans: the “Gran Turismo PIT STOP”.
The PIT STOP is a blog-style service that brings you information regarding Gran Turismo in a casual way. Taking an approach that is a bit different from the official gran-turismo.com, we’ll be bringing you bits of info that didn’t make it into the official news.
At PIT STOP, a variety of authors in addition to its writers will be posting articles from all over the world. Visitors can also leave comments on these articles as well, but please keep in mind that there may be cases in which inappropriate comments or those that are unrelated to the topic in question may be deleted. You will need to login with a Facebook account in order to be able to leave a comment.
We are hoping that this new communication channel will be a great way to bring all GT fans together in a dedicated community platform, so please come join us!"
I'm fairly certain I pointed that out rather clearly just a few posts ago.
And yet ...
The way the blog is described doesn't exclude the type of articles I mentioned. In fact why would they post the article about sounds if it did ?
Then there was article about how the PD staff went to the Ring to get the "racing feel" to make the better game.
That was all great but shortly after it all stopped.
You're making it out as if the description totally justifies the content but it doesn't.
In fact it's quite the opposite - "about Gran Turismo" means "about Gran Turismo" and not "about everything AROUND Gran Turismo, Kaz, sponsorships and races"
To me it implies that first and foremost we will learn about "Gran Turismo - the game" because first and foremost we are the players of the game.
Instead it's now "Gran Turismo - the culture".