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GT5 Prologue: Damage Modelling on BD, not on PSN

IGN writes:

"Sony has confirmed that European PlayStation 3 owners can get behind the wheel of Gran Turismo 5 Prologue toward the end of the year. This taste of Sony's first true next-gen GT is scheduled for release on both Blu-Ray and PlayStation Network.

While Prologue is heading to PSN, it won't be free like the previously released Gran Turismo demo and doesn't include damage modelling - unlike the Blu-ray version. However, both versions do include more than 40 cars, as well as offering the chance to go head-to-head with fellow speed freaks in 16-player online races"

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TriggerHappy3529d ago

Man I hope this was an error, While the BD version have damage modelling and the PSN version left out ? Makes no sense at all

Meus Renaissance3529d ago

It could if we assume the inclusion of damage-modelling takes a substantial amount of data size.

Shadow Flare3529d ago

Which therefore means the damage modelling in GT5 is substantially deep and incredibly realistic. I can't imagine Forza's damage modelling taking up that much room on their dvd somehow

MaximusPrime3529d ago

i respect that.

I'm getting Bluray version anyway. This keeps my HDD space free.

sonarus3529d ago

I jst bought 160GB hard drive for full psn downloadable games and now this. I want damage really bad but i like the idea of downloading games straight to the hard drive even better

Maddens Raiders3529d ago (Edited 3529d ago )

what's the big deal? If you want damage modelling (if this is true) then just get the disk and keep your HDD (or external) more free. _Bots might even say this is giving us "options". =P

Make no mistake about it -- no matter which version you get, there's nothing in the world that can match this game in genre. Period.

power0919993529d ago

I find it interesting that something like damage would use up so much more space that they can't make it downloadable.

Either way I am the type to buy the disk just to have the disk.

I have a feeling this will not be the last we hear of this though :).

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