Image via gran-turismo.com
In a recent interview with the New York Times, Taku Imasaki, the North American producer for Gran Turismo 5 said
“You won’t see too much more delay”
which, considering the fact that the persistent changing of GT5’s release date has become the new punch-line of game release jokes (even Duke Nukem Forever has a solid time window!) doesn’t make it sound too promising that the game will reach its current November 2nd release date.
Maybe it’s just the way the NY Times has quoted him, or maybe it’s the fact that he too is pissed about the game’s ‘barely visible in the distance’ release date, as he did also say
“We’re not happy over happy over here”
but it sounds to me like the game could get pushed back even further.
Frankly, if this does turn out to be the case and Gran Turismo 5 doesn’t make that ‘holiday release date’ that we’ve been promised, I’ll be one of the first to write a very strongly worded post about it on this here blog. Or worse ; I’ll write a letter!
Please feel free to vent your frustrations in the comments below!
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– Jasmine 🙂