Although it didn’t top our staff poll for best Gran Turismo game, GT4 is nonetheless among the best — and best-remembered. Like GT2, its large and wild car list introduced… Read More »
Last week we told you about the first ever Nissan Skyline GT-R, which made its debut in 1969. For this week’s Want, we’re moving the narrative ahead a few generations… Read More »
What car embodies the spirit of Gran Turismo? For many of us, it’s the Nissan Skyline GT-R. That’s why for this week’s Want, we are taking a look at where… Read More »
“Godzilla” is the first model to take advantage of Nissan’s latest effort to keep its legends in top form.
It looks like even more GT-branded goodies will be available for fans than originally planned, if a recent leak is to be believed.
The latest version of GT5 fixes a minor exploit players could use to quickly gain money and A-Spec experience points.
The bottom of GT5’s Mine’s R34 Skyline features Phillips-head screws, an AUTOart logo, and a bit of text that reads “1/18 Nissan Skyline R34”.
First-hand gameplay videos, impressions, and screenshots from GTPlanet users at the last weekend’s private PS BETA event.