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Sony Japan to have limited edition GT5 PS3 bundle in blue

updated 09:50 am EDT, Wed August 18, 2010

Sony Japan to bring uniqeu GT5 game, PS3 bundle

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (SCEJ) has announced it will release two limited editions products in Japan on November 3. This includes a limited edition version of the much-anticipated Gran Turismo 5 racing game and a unique blue PS3 bundled with the same game. This version of the game includes a 308-page book titled Apex, and buyers will get a special code that will allow them to download five unique race cars.

They include Stealth Models of the Audi R10 TDI, Honda NSX GT500, McLaren F1, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and a Nissan GT-R GT500.

The PS3 itself has a 160GB hard drive. The Limited Edition GT5 game will cost the equivalent of about $93, while the PS3 bundle with the game is priced at the equivalent of $421. Both ship in Japan on November 3. There is no indication that Sony will bring a similar bundle to North America. [via Impress]









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  1. lamewing

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    America gets ...

    And America gets shafted by not getting anything but the most basic of black. Hey Sony, if you actually cared about the American sales as much as you say you do, you might want to considered providing us with the same options as in Japan.

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