The era of 3D has arrived and adds to the excitement and sensations of Gran Turismo 5. Using 3D-compatible televisions with 3D glasses, you can experience an ultra-realistic impression never seen before. The other major feature is a unique face tracking function using the PlayStation®Eye camera for PlayStation 3. By using facial recognition with the PlayStation Eye, you can move your face to the left and right to move your field of vision whilst driving at exhilarating high speeds.
Andrew House, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, added 'Gran Turismo is more than just our most successful franchise; it is a showcase for gaming and for the pure excitement and fun available on PlayStation 3 and through the PlayStation Network. If you have ever dreamed of that special car, and wondered what it would be like to get behind the wheel, then GT5 is the title for you.'
More than a thousand cars, a global community of racers, the world's most iconic racetracks and the drive of a lifetime - that's Gran Turismo 5. Experience astounding realism, pulse-raising physics, high-speed thrills and a full tank of international motoring glamour as you race against friends at home or online against champions from around the world, and build yourself a stable of the finest cars ever to have graced the tarmac. Are you ready for the drive of your life? Gran Turismo 5 is available in stores across Australia from today, only on PlayStation 3.
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