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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by Sonygamer455, Jul 22, 2018.
Oh okay, I see what you mean now. It would be cool to see a real life GT-R in that color though.
The Corvette ZR1 '09 was available in Arctic White, although any GTPSP game literature I have read calls this Alpine White, so it's plausible since they are both factory colors. It would be cool to have either of these cars in real life, I'm smiling just thinking about it. Ohhh man
I have found that the Metallic Blue from the GTPSP GT-R does not match any other blue in GT5. It is indeed a very unique and special color that came from the GTPSP Special Color Cars, just as Sonygamer455 proclaimed,. Thanks for sharing.
Sony or Tim... Tech’l Question ... On the standard Cit Concept... In GE if I enter coulor numbers 0-9, A-F, And 10-13 will I get all 20 colors of the Concept standard ... Or only the 0 and the “D” SP yellow works without freeze ?
0-9 = 1-10
A-F = 11-16
10-13 = 17-20
Yes I got all 20 colors this way.
Once I made a typo and entered 14,
which crashed PS3, I turned off power,
went back to GE and corrected the typo,
reloaded the corrected game. all good.
As I recall, one of the GT's didn't have 20 colors, but the standard concept does.
Ran into a conflict... I don’t own or have ever had PSP... but from everything I’ve read the LAMBO ‘74 special color is the ARANCIO ORANGE... in GE it is color number 6 and not 5 as Sony currently shows at the beginning of the thread ? I have XL... not sure if that matters and my number 5 ends up as Giallo, so I am confused... ??? Correct me if i’m
in error Sony somehow... but reading link below I think it is 6 not 5 ...
Anyone else with an answer feel free to chime in... confirmation on this appreciated...
I was editing my 2008 Civic and was trying to paint it Nero Nemesis, so I typed that into the paint drop bar. I loaded up the game and the car was Arancio Argos. I am not disappointed.
Good to hear Tim, seems the colors go from 0 to 9, then A to F, then 10 onward for all cars as far as I can tell which gets the dealership colors in their order as well...
Codes are a way of counting.
Binary is a way of counting by 2's (1 or 0, or positives and negatives)
Decimal is a way of counting by 10's (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
Hexidecimal is a way of counting by 16's (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F)
Sorry for the delay, I had a lot going on yesterday and I wasn't on my PS3.
You're right, it is number 6, not number 5 and I don't even have XL. I'll the edit OP. Thanks for the heads up!
Edit: I actually said 6 in the tutorial, but the picture says 5.
No worries Sony and thanks for the reply. I know ya just wanted to fool us and keep us busy all day.
Gonna post up 7 new photos of those real deals later today if I get some extra time.
You're welcome. I wasn't trying to fool ya'll, I just made a mistake.
You're joking right?
As promised to you young bucks here's the seven wonders of the world in full glory now in my garage safe and sound-Thanks Sony for paying it forward !
So a new tool emerged just recently and as a result, I have updated the OP with a new tutorial using this tool since it has the color options already there. (unlike GE, which was missing a few for some cars) This means you don't have to go back and edit the color code after redeeming them anymore, thus saving time. I included a link to the latest release of the new tool in the OP. The old tutorial is still there in case you can't use the new tool for some reason.
Please note the tool is a work in progress, so it's not guaranteed it will be bug-free. If you experience any problems, let me know and I'll tell the creator.