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Infiniti’s Concept Vision Gran Turismo May Preview a Future Supercar [w/Video]


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Infiniti has lifted the veils off the Concept Vision Gran Turismo, a virtual supercar that will be available to drive in the Gran Turismo 6 video game.

Chaparral 2X Concept To Arrive In Upcoming Gran Turismo 6 Christmas Holiday Update


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Gran Turismo 6 is getting into the holiday spirit with a new update that will allegedly release the radical Chaparral 2X concept car as well as new Seasonal Events. According to GT Planet, the latest Gran Turismo 6 update will be released ahead of Christmas.

Forza Horizon 2 Gains New Island with Extreme Weather


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There seems to be a bit of a weather theme going around driving/racing game development studios these days. All of the latest titles have got it, whether it’s dynamic or not, but now the devs behind Forza Horizon 2 have one-upped everybody else with their new “extreme weather.”

DriveClub's Dynamic Weather Looks (a Little too) Awesome!


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If there’s such a thing as weather effects looking too realistic in a game and making it slightly difficult to play, then DriveClub falls into that category. The title just received a major update which, among other things, adds a stunning looking dynamic weather system that dramatically changes the racing experience.

Teaser for Upcoming Motorcycle Sim Called “Ride” Reveals Absolutely Nothing


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Now we get the idea of teasers – they have to tease you, but they have to at least show something; it’s the intrinsic nature of teasing itself.

The Crew Launches, Leaves Reviewers With Mixed Feelings


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We’ve had our eye on The Crew for a while now. It’s an arcade-open world racing game with an emphasis on sheer fun and the size of the map. It recently released for next-gen consoles, PC and PlayStation 3, and it left those who tried it out with mixed emotions.

Alfa Romeo Was Making its Own Vision GT Concept, But Not Any More


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Alfa Romeo was among the manufacturers that had announced they were going to provide a model as part of the Vision Gran Turismo series of projects. It even offered a sketch of its entry and its name was listed on the official GT site, and yet now it’s been removed, along with said sketch.

Infiniti's New Vision GT Supercar Concept Looks Rad


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These are the first teaser photos of Infiniti's new Vision GT Concept supercar.

Forza Horizon 2 Gains Five New Cars via Napa Chassis Pack


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Forza Horizon 2 actually gains six new cars this month: five via the Napa Chassis Pack and one free model, the 2002 Lotus Esprit with a V8.

The pack adds the McLaren 650S, the supercharged Range Rover, the 1970 Buick GSX, the Audi RS6 Avant and the 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Super Sport.

Brit Creates Real Life Version of Far Cry 4 Tuk Tuk, but With 100 HP!


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While the big new thing in (the newly-released) Far Cry 4 (action first-person shooter) is hang gliding over a distinctly Nepal-esque map, there are cool vehicles for trekking its dusty roads too.

Take this Tuk Tuk, as it’s called, basically an over-engined rickshaw with guns strapped to it – it looks entertaining in the game, so a Brit by the name of Colin Furze (also creator of the world's fastest mobility scooter) set out and created one in real life.

This is the CGI-Heavy Cinematic Launch Trailer for The Crew


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We’ll come right out and say it that the launch trailer for the upcoming open world driving game The Crew is very well made and quite spectacular. It sets the tone nicely for the game which launches today, although we would have preferred the in-game engine to be used, and not the quite different looking CGI that’s far prettier than it…

DriveClub Game Receives its First DLC and It’s Free!


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DriveClub was not well received by gaming reviews outlets who called it soulless and not that feature rich. Now nearly two months after the game’s launch, the developer has launched its first downloadable content pack (DLC), a free one that adds five (quite interestingly chosen) cars and some new features.

Next-Gen GTA 5 is the Same as Before but Prettier


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Aside from the all-new first-person mode, the next-gen console version of Grand Theft Auto 5 doesn’t really add a lot of new content. It does, however, improve the graphics quality considerably and it also runs smoother, while processing more at the same time – if you play it, you’ll notice the denser more realistic traffic.

Beam Me Up Chevy: Chaparral 2X Vision GT is Laser-Powered [New Pics]


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Chevrolet revealed its new Chaparral 2X VGT concept made for the PS3 Gran Turismo 6 racing game at the Los Angeles Auto Show today.

This is Subaru's Viziv GT Vision Concept [40 Pics & Video]


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So, what do you think about Subaru's latest conceptual effort dubbed Viziv GT that was made for the Gran Turismo 6 racing game?

Rockstar Adds First Person Twist to GTA5 for Next-Gen Consoles and PC


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Grand Theft Auto games, from the third installment onward, have been distinctly third-person experiences.

Mods appeared for pretty much all titles up to the fifth one (released in September of 2013), but now with the occasion of launching GTA5 on next-gen consoles and PC, developer Rockstar will be adding a first person mode too.

New Corvette Vision GT Concept Sparks Our Curiosity


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The growing list of special concept cars with the Vision GT moniker for the Gran Turismo 6 racing game will soon welcome a member of from the Corvette family.

Falken Car Pack adds Lamborghini Jalpa, BMW M4 to Forza Horizon 2 [w/Videos]


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Forza Horizon 2 proved popular with reviewers, and it’s easy to see why: it’s gorgeous to look at and fun to play.

However, being a game that relies on car diversity for re-playabilty, packs like the Falken Car Pack which adds six new cars are welcome, especially when the names added are pretty cool.

Notice a Difference with Mario Kart Video Running at 60FPS?


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Chances are, you haven't seen anything like this on YouTube before; videos running at 60 frames per second (fps) instead of the usual 24 / 30fps, with this Mario Kart clip being one of the first on the web.

More Borderline Realism via Project CARS: Lotus 98T F1 Car on the Nordschleife


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Racing games are becoming desperately pretty things to look at these days, with ever increasing model details and ever more realistic textures and effects.

We’re not yet at the point where it’s genuinely hard to tell what is real and what isn’t, but judging by the quality of the Project CARS video posted below, the day is not far off.