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Rage 2010 – GameState Gran Turismo 5 Interview

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Our favorite South African video gaming show GameState was at Rage 2010 this year to cover all the happenings, and if you didn’t know if you saw GameState’s Grant Hinds there this year, he was the guy that was almost literally vibrating with energy as he darted around the floor.

GameState have posted up a Gran Turismo 5 hands-on/interview with South African Playstation rep, Jarred Miller and they fire off some questions about the games release, damage and additional modes.

Hit the jump for the full video.

Last Updated: October 4, 2010


  1. nice coverage mad respect + 1


  2. Grant Hinds

    October 4, 2010 at 15:25

    Thanks Ian 🙂 And i swear I don’t eat a lot of sugar…


  3. Geoffrey Tim

    October 4, 2010 at 15:28

    I’m convinced you derive nourishment from nothing but Redbull. *boing* *boing* *boing* *boing* *boing* *boing* *boing* *boing*


  4. AC!D

    October 4, 2010 at 16:11

    Jared Miller doesnt know what on earth he is talking about. Worst Sony/Ster Kinekor rep ever. Maybe he is still recovering from Ster Kinekors retreat the day Move launched and chaos ensued 😆


  5. Nick de Bruyne

    October 4, 2010 at 16:19

    I must say that I was very surprised when Grant brought up the Go-Karting mode and instead of mentioning the rally, NASCAR and weather effects, Jarred starts talking about the VW Combi?


  6. AC!D

    October 4, 2010 at 16:59

    By the way did you guys see any 3D for GT5 or in general or was it absent?

    I see toiday Toshiba have announced their new 3D HD TV line will be out in december. Now all we need is massive price drops and im definitely game….http://gizmodo.com/5654805/glasses+less-3dtvs-from-toshiba-will-be-available-in-japan-by-december


  7. Nick de Bruyne

    October 4, 2010 at 17:05

    Yeah I posted a link to the news in the “In Other News” post earlier already.

    They did have GT5 in 3D at Rage.


  8. AC!D

    October 4, 2010 at 17:40

    Shot thanks ill check it out.

    Oh and i forgot to add that the new Toshiba line of 3D TV’s does not require 3D glasses. So there goes that negative argument out the window. Only price is a factor now.


  9. Gavin Mannion

    October 5, 2010 at 07:16

    My understanding is that while it doesn’t need glasses you still need to be sitting in a certain position for the 3D to work…
    I am far more interested in 3D that doesn’t require glasses though.


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