Ferrari for sale only twenty quid

Good news motor fans – the European edition of Gran Turismo 5: Prologue will have a special bonus, in the form of an unlockable Ferrari F1 car. It’s the one from the 2007 season, and it looks very nice indeed.

Ferrari F1 2007 car in GT5 Prologue

So there, almost a justifiable reason to go out and pay money for a game demo. Gran Turismo 5: Prologue will be released this March 27th in both Blu-ray and download forms, for an almost acceptable £25. Strangely the downloaded version costs exactly the same as the boxed Blu-ray copy though, the cheeky bastards.

It is admittedly a glorified demo that they’re charging money for, but it does include 70 or so cards and half a dozen tracks, and at this rate the full version of Gran Turismo 5 will be lucky to make it out before 2010, so it’s possibly worth letting Sony rape your soul just this once.

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