Racing into the new year.
Single-player, here we come.
High-tech graphics might come to budget-friendly consoles.
An average racer that doesn’t stand out from the pack.
Real cars with real exhaust notes.
The new generation of GT has some radical ideas for what the series should be.
Cash and prizes. Actually not cash. Except the cash you spend for a chance to win prizes.
There’s only one best option for simulation.
No more vacuum cleaner noises.
While Driveclub may not be the PS4-exclusive racer everyone hoped it would be, a new GT shouldn’t be far behind.
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Has interest in Sony’s premier racing franchise finally hit a wall? I think the numbers say it all.