Remember it's not Codemasters that is developing, it is Sumo Digital, who are best known for Outrun Online Arcade and GTI Club+.
A quick visit to the Codemasters forums or racing sites should show you otherwise ;)
Can you say old? http://majornelson.com/arch...
He can be anyone he wants, but UK retailers have confirmed this is launching on April 29th for £299. http://www.gamesindustry.bi... His claims in this post are false and I have reported this appropriately.
Would love to know why the contributors approved this story and not the one I submitted some time earlier: http://www.n4g.com/NewsPend...
Yeah, and it's already happening. Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (a PS3 only game) is top of the UK charts at the moment and the console seems to be selling well. Things can only get better from here.
This is one of the most disgustingly offensive posts I have ever read. It's not the sort of thing I would expect from a "quality" newspaper like The Times and it really shows that Byron was indeed right about one thing - parents are completely ignorant. Comparing video games to heroin is offensive to everyone who plays and makes these products. I think that Mr Whittell would find that if he actually researched video games, he'd find many products which are supportive of...
Oh man, we need more tracks, not cars!
This guy does not deserve the popularity he has. His reviews would have no merit on paper and rely on the same old "in joke" humour that makes webcomics so lame.
I didn't really like GamesRadar (at least not since it went all gangsta on everyone) but this news today made me come here and join this site. I'm a veteran of Digg and I think the concept of not actually having to click to give the story attention is very interesting.
Once again though it's VGChartz. We know that in the UK the numbers are strictly confidential and are only known to Chart Track/Elspa, retailers and the console manufacturers themselves. VGChartz.com has NO access to data and completely fabricates the numbers all the time. I don't understand why people keep going to this site because it's inaccurate.
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