Gran Turismo 5 has dethroned Call of Duty: Black Ops from the top spot of the UK's weekly game sales lists, as the insanely-long-time-developed game begins its run to actually becoming profitable.
If you're really good at the Madden NFL video game, chances are that won't really equate into you becoming a professional football player. But when it comes to Gran Turismo and professional racing, that's a different story.
Sony first unveiled Gran Turismo 5 in 2005. Since then, gamers have patiently waited as the developer continuously teased them, provided false release date expectations, and hyped up the game to the point where it sounded like the second coming of Jesus. And now, it may actually be finished.
Despite finally making a hard release date announcement after years of patience from fans, Sony has to push back the release of Gran Turismo 5 due to last-minute production issues.
Gamers have been eagerly awaiting the release of Gran Turismo 5, but for those with a low-capacity PS3 or who have already filled up their hard drive, they'll need to sacrifice a lot to get the game running at top speed.