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Sony has delayed indefinitely the Japanese launch of Gran Turismo 5, the latest instalment of a hugely complex driving simulation game that cost more than $60 million (£37 million) to develop and for which fans have been waiting for five years.

The game was due to arrive in Japanese stores in March and the delay is likely to derail Sony’s plans to bundle the PlayStation3 console with it, boosting sales during the critical spring period in Japan.

The new timetable may involve a launch of the game in Japan this summer, at the same time that it is due to be released in Europe and the United States.

Ominously, however, Sony did not include a revised launch date along with the announcement, suggesting that there could be further delays to a title that is already nearly three years overdue and reportedly suffering from development issues.

Read More: http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/busi...icle6985939.ece

Gran Turismo has been one of the definitive computer / console racing game series.


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