Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Trailer, Gameplay, And Behind The Scenes Video

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is the third game in the Uncharted series, created by Naughty Dog for the PlayStation 3, and due for release on November 1, 2011. It is the sequel to Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.

Uncharted 3 will see protagonist Nathan Drake and mentor Victor Sullivan travelling around the world to such places as the Rub’al Khali desert, in search of the legendary lost city, the Iram of the Pillars. The plot will draw from the archaeology days of T. E. Lawrence. Creative director Amy Hennig has explained that the desire for a desert-themed Uncharted stemmed from wanting to push the team creatively and technologically, as “organic” elements such as sand, water, and fire are “technically difficult to credibly render with animation”.

New features in Uncharted 3 will include 3D stereoscopic support, “enhanced backward climbing” and the ability to fight multiple enemies at once. The multiplayer and co-op features will also be greatly expanded.

An expanded trailer was released at the 2010 Spike VGA’s, around two minutes long, with in-game footage of Nathan Drake in the desert:

Jimmy Fallon spoke to some developers at Naughty Dog and had some Uncharted 3 gameplay for several minutes during his talk show, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Click here to watch this video in higher quality on YouTube.

Lastly, an eight minute long video has surfaced showing the behind the scenes look at the development of Uncharted 3 teaser trailer, which has some interesting reflection, exclusive gameplay footage, and more:

Please let us know in the comments if any of the videos are no longer working and we will fix it. Thanks!

14
Dec 2010
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DEAD: How To Get Free DC Universe Online Beta Access For PS3 Now

DC Universe Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) set in the DC Universe. SOE is working to make DC Universe Online more interactive than standard MMORPGs, while trying to keep their key elements, which include a leveling system, raid instances, endgame progression and inventories. The world is mainly shared, public space instead of heroes or villains owning territory. The public space features dynamically-generated content designed for both hero and villain player characters (uniquely created by the player, who cannot choose DCU stalwarts).

Players will choose a mentor for their character (such as Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman for heroes and Lex Luthor, The Joker, or Circe for villains). Their starting location, principal quest rewards and mob loot will be influenced by that decision. The starting zones are either Metropolis or Gotham City, for both heroes and villains. Heroes can also go to the Justice League Watchtower, while villains can enter the Legion of Doom headquarters. Other zones can be reached by teleporters from the two faction headquarters.

EDIT: After signing up, Gamespot now says “This offer is now over. Thank you for your interest.” Sorry!

Click on this link to test drive the DC Universe Beta on your PS3. All you have to do is simply sign up for a Gamespot account, follow the link, and the key is yours. I was able to get a beta key in less than a few minutes.

In DC Universe Online, Each character is given a communicator appropriate to their faction, via which they receive urgent communications from their mentor and his/her colleagues and subordinates; heroes will frequently receive status updates from Oracle, while villains will receive data from The Calculator. In addition to assignments from their mentor, player characters may also receive requests for help from other mentors of the same faction. Player characters may also accept missions from non-player characters (NPCs) in the street, usually minor characters from their faction. There are also opportunities for quick street encounters appropriate to the character’s faction: for example, a hero character may encounter a thug robbing an armored truck, trying to break into an office building, or in the process of mugging a citizen; while a villain character may be presented with opportunities to assist NPC thugs with an armored truck robbery, or assault a citizen using an ATM. All NPC interactions are fully animated and voice-acted. Player characters will earn threat ratings that will cause NPC heroes and villains to interact accordingly with the character.

The shared worldspace offers primarily solo and team player versus environment (PvE) gaming opportunities in the form of open air missions and instances, although player versus player (PvP) combat is also possible in this worldspace. Other PvP (and to a smaller extent, PvE) gaming is available in various types of queued instanced encounters: “Legends”, small scale PvP combats in which players take on the identities of iconic characters (continued success in Legends combat unlocks additional iconic characters); “Arena”, small scale PvP combat in which players fight as their own characters; “Alerts”, cooperative team missions; and “Raids”, large scale PvP combat between teams of opposing factions. Success in PvE missions is rewarded with in-game money, costume pieces, equipment and consumables, while PVP combat is rewarded with unlocks of special equipment sets.

Jim Lee serves as the game’s Executive Creative Director, along with Carlos D’Anda, JJ Kirby, Oliver Nome, Eddie Nunez, Livio Ramondelli, and Michael Lopez. EverQuest developer Chris Cao is the Game Director and Shawn Lord is also involved. Geoff Johns is the principal writer.

14
Dec 2010
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Gran Turismo 5 Now Available

Gran Turismo 5 is now available for the PlayStation 3 (PS3). Can you believe the wait is over? Known for its signature beauty and precision, the highly anticipated racer will showcase new jaw-dropping cars, real-life tracks, and diverse racing styles. Gran Turismo promises to deliver exciting advancements to the series in the most comprehensive racing experience ever.

We have the complete list of cars in our post, “The Full List Of Cars In Gran Turismo 5“. There was also a GT5 launch event today of course and what better than to host it in Madrid. PlayStation Blog EU has some pictures and I also saw a nice set of shots by flickr user armo. If your hungry for even more GT5 coverage hit this Google News link. I think you could spend days reading all the reviews within.

The game was currently holds a Gamerankings score of 88.5%, and an 87% on Metacritic at the time of this writing. Reviewers praised the number of cars, car-specific information and single-player content included and commented positively on the driving-physics which had been improved from Prologue. The inclusion of karts as well as licensed WRC and Nascar-vehicles was also received positively.

The graphics received mixed reviews with reviewers praising the lighting-effects as well as in- and exterior-details of premium-cars, stating that Photo Mode showed-off their detailed graphical design very well, but commenting negatively on the detail of standard-cars which lacked cockpit-views, looked like upscaled versions taken from GT4 and did not keep up to the level of detail found in the premium-models. The newly-included damage-feature received criticism for barely effecting car-handling and damage-effects only being applied after multiple serious crashes. Graphical on-track-detail was also criticized as being sub-par to the detail found on the cars.

The new Course Maker-feature was also commented negatively upon. Reviewers were dissatisfied with the tool only allowing to edit randomly-generated tracks instead of letting users create their own track-layouts.
The AI was also criticized for still making CPU-drivers brake unexpectedly and not being aware of the player’s car on the track, just as in previous games in the series. IGN called it “the series’ now trademark zombie A.I.”

Here is an incredible overlook of GT5 by Qore:

We couldn’t resist posting this video by the main man himself, Kevin Butler, about his influence on GT5:

Please leave a comment about your thoughts regarding the game and any other helpful links!

Original photo at the top of the story taken in-game by flickr user pllll.

24
Nov 2010
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Sony Black Friday 2010 Buying Guide (Updated 11/23)

Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving (November 26th) in the United States, which is the beginning of the traditional Christmas shopping season. Black Friday is not an official holiday, but many employees have the day off (with the exceptions of those employed in retailing, health care, and banking), which increases the number of potential shoppers. Retailers often decorate for the Christmas and holiday season weeks beforehand.

Many retailers will open extremely early on Black Friday 2010, with most of the retailers typically opening at 5AM or even earlier. However, the whole experience has become rather intimidating lately, with an enormous amount of deals out there that often leave the consumer bewildered. So, that’s why we condensed all Sony Electronics products (including PSP, PS2, and PS3 games) that have special Black Friday prices in one master list for your convenience. Unfortunately there aren’t any links for the deals, but a simple Google search of the store/product in question should help you on your way (if applicable).

This is an early version of our list and will be continuously updated till Black Friday. Check back for more updates!

23
Nov 2010
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The Full List Of Cars In Gran Turismo 5

As far as we know, Gran Turismo 5 features the most extensive list of vehicles ever seen in any racing video game. 1,031 cars will be featured in the game, which players can drive on 26 different locations and 71 different tracks.

Amongst many others, Lamborghini and Bugatti will make their first appearance in the game, following on from their introduction in Gran Turismo PSP. It has been confirmed the new “gullwing” Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG will appear, along with Ferrari’s recently unveiled 458 Italia. McLaren will also make their first appearance as a native manufacturer with the inclusion of the McLaren F1 road car (the F1 GTR race version was present in Gran Turismo 4, but was included in BMW’s dealership). Le Mans spec cars will make a return appearance.

The cars in GT5 will be separated into two types, “standard” and “premium”. In the list below, standard cars are marked as (S) and premium cars are marked with (P). Standard cars will have standard headlights, no interior/cockpit view and basic damage modelling. Premium cars will be extremely detailed inside and out, have headlights capable of high and low beams and an extensive, detailed damage model. The game will feature significantly fewer “premium” cars because they take longer to model.

Up to 16 cars will be able to race on track at once and up to 32 karts will be able to be on track at once. This is the first time in the main numbered series that more than 6 cars are on track at once.

AC Cars

427 S/C ’66 (S)

Acura

CL 3.2 Type-S ’01 (S), CL 3.2 Type-S ’03 (S), DN-X Concept ’02 (S), HSC Concept ’04 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R ’01 (S), NSX ’91 (P/S), NSX RM ’91 (P), NSX ’04 (S), NSX Coupe ’97 (S), RSX Type-S ’04 (S)

AEM

S2000 (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2005) (P)

Alfa Romeo

147 2.0 TWIN SPARK ’02 (S), 147 GTA ’02 (S), 147 TI 2.0 TWIN SPARK ’06 (P), 155 2.5 V6 TI ’93 (S), 156 2.5 V6 24V ’98 (S), 166 2.5 V6 24V Sportronic ’98 (S), 8C Competizione ’08 (P), Brera Sky Window 3.2 JTS Q4 ’06 (P), Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 ’65 (S), Giulia Sprint Speciale ’63 (S), GIULIA TZ2 carrozzata da ZAGATO CN.AR750106 ’65 (Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Gran Turismo Trophy 2009) (P), GT 3.2 V6 24V ’04 (S), GTV 3.0 V6 24V ’01 (S), Spider 3.0i V6 24V ’01 (S), Spider 1600 Duetto ’66 (S)

Alpine

A110 1600S ’73 (S), A310 1600VE ’73 (S)

Amuse

Carbon R (R34) ’04 (S), NISMO 380RS Super Leggera (S), S2000 GT1 ’04 (S), S2000 GT1 Turbo (P), S2000 R1 ’04 (S), S2000 Street Version ’04 (S)

Art Morrison

Corvette’60 (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2006) (P)

Aston Martin

DB7 Vantage Coupe ’00 (S), DB9 Coupe ’03 (S), DB9 Coupe ’06 (P), V8 Vantage ’99 (S), Vanquish ’04 (S)

Audi

A2 1.4 ’02 (S), A3 3.2 quattro ’03 (S), A4 Touring Car ’04 (S), Abt Audi TT-R Touring Car ’02 (S), Le Mans quattro ’03 (S), Nuvolari quattro ’03 (S), Pikes Peak quattro ’03 (S), quattro ’82 (S), R8 4.2 FSI R tronic ’07 (P), R8 5.2 FSI quattro ’09 (P), R8 LMS Race Car ’09 (S), R8 LMS Race Car (Team PlayStation) ’09 (S), R8 Race Car ’01 (S), R8 Race Car (Audi PlayStation Team ORECA) ’05 (S), R10 TDI Race Car ’06 (P), RS 4 ’01 (S), RS 6 ’02 (S), RS 6 Avant ’02 (S), RS 6 Avant ’08 (P), S3 ’02 (S), S4 ’98 (S), S4 ’03 (S), TT Coupe 1.8T quattro ’00 (S), TT Coupe 3.2 quattro ’03 (P/S), TT Coupe 3.2 quattro ’07 (P), TTS Coupe ’09 (P)

Autobacs

ARTA Garaiya (JGTC) ’03 (S), ARTA Garaiya (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), Garaiya ’02 (S)

Autobianchi

A112 Abarth ’79 (S)

Bentley

Speed 8 Race Car ’03 (S)

BLITZ

DUNLOP ER34 SKYLINE (D1GP) ’07 (P), ER34 D1 SPEC (D1GP) ’04 (S)

BMW

120d ’04 (S), 120i ’04 (S), 135i Coupe ’07 (P), 320i Touring Car ’03 (S), 330i ’05 (S), 2002 Turbo ’73 (S), Concept 1 Series tii ’07 (P), M3 ’04 (S), M3 Coupe ’07 (P), M3 CSL ’03 (S), BMW M3 GTR ’03 (S), M3 GTR Race Car ’01 (S), M5 ’05 (S), M5 ’08 (P), McLaren F1 GTR Race Car ’97 (S), M Coupe ’98 (S), V12 LMR Race Car ’99 (S), Z4 ’03 (P/S), Z4 M Coupe ’08 (P)

Bugatti

Veyron 16.4 ’09 (S)

Buick

GNX ’87 (S), Special ’62 (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2003) (S)

Cadillac

CIEN Concept ’02 (S)

Callaway

C12 ’03 (S)

Caterham

Seven Fire Blade ’02 (S)

Chaparral

2D Race Car ’67 (S), 2J Race Car ’70 (S)

Chevrolet

2010 Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 AMP Energy/National Guard CHEVROLET IMPALA ’10 (P), 2010 Jeff Gordon #24 DuPont CHEVROLET IMPALA ’10 (P), 2010 Jimmie Johnson #48 Lowe’s CHEVROLET IMPALA ’10 (P), 2010 Juan Montoya #42 Target CHEVROLET IMPALA ’10 (P), 2010 Tony Stewart #14 Office Depot/Old Spice CHEVROLET IMPALA ’10 (P), Camaro IROC-Z Concept ’88 (S), Camaro LM Race Car (S), Camaro SS ’69 (S), Camaro SS ’00 (S), Camaro SS ’10 (P), Camaro SS RM ’10 (P), Camaro Z28 ’69 (P/S), Camaro Z28 Coupe ’97 (S), Camaro Z28 RM ’69 (P), Chevelle SS 454 ’70 (S), Corvette C5-R (C5) ’00 (S), Corvette Convertible (C1) ’54 (S), Corvette Coupe (C2) ’63 (S), Corvette GRAND SPORT (C4) ’96 (S), Corvette Stingray Convertible (C3) ’69 (P), Corvette Stingray L46 350 (C3) ’69 (S), Corvette Z06 (C2) Race Car ’63 (S), Corvette Z06 (C5) ’00 (S), Corvette Z06 (C5) ’04 (P), Corvette Z06 (C6) ’06 (P), Corvette Z06 (C6) RM ’06 (P), Corvette ZR-1 (C4) ’90 (S), Corvette ZR1 (C6) ’09 (P/S), Corvette ZR1 (C6) RM ’09 (P), Silverado SST Concept ’02 (S), SSR ’03 (S)

Chrysler

300C ’05 (S), Crossfire ’04 (S), Prowler ’02 (S), PT Cruiser ’00 (S)

Citroën

2CV Type A ’54 (S), C3 1.6 ’02 (S), C4 Coupe 2.0VTS ’05 (P), C5 V6 Exclusive ’03 (S), Citroën C4 WRC ’08 (P), GT by Citroën Concept ’08 (P/S), GT by Citroën Race Car (P), GT by Citroën Road Car (P), Xantia 3.0i V6 Exclusive ’00 (S), Xsara Rally Car ’99 (S), Xsara VTR ’03 (S),

Cizeta

V16T ’94 (S)

Daihatsu

Copen Active Top ’02 (P/S), Copen Detachable Top ’02 (S), Cuore TR-XX Avanzato R (J) ’97 (S), Midget II D type ’98 (S), MIRA TR-XX Avanzato R ’97 (S), MOVE Custom RS Limited ’02 (S), MOVE CX ’95 (S), MOVE SR-XX 2WD ’97 (S), MOVE SR-XX 4WD ’97 (S), OFC-1 Concept ’07 (P), SIRION CX 2WD (J) ’98 (S), SIRION CX 4WD (J) ’98 (S), SIRION X4 (J) ’00 (S), STORIA CX 2WD ’98 (S), STORIA CX 4WD ’98 (S), STORIA X4 ’00 (S)

DMC

DeLorean S2 ’04 (S)

Dodge

Challenger R/T ’70 (P), Challenger R/T RM ’70 (P), Challenger SRT8 ’08 (P), Charger 440 R/T ’70 (S), Charger Super Bee 426 Hemi ’71 (S), RAM 1500 LARAMIE Hemi Quad Cab ’04 (S), SRT4 ’03 (S), Viper GTS ’99 (S), Viper GTS ’02 (P), Viper GTS R Concept ’00 (S), Viper GTS-R Team Oreca Race Car ’00 (S), Viper GTS-R Team Oreca Race Car ’00 (S), Viper SRT10 ’03 (S), Viper SRT10 ACR ’08 (P), Viper SRT10 Coupe ’06 (P)

Dome

DOME-ZERO Concept ’78 (S)

Eagle

Eagle Talon Esi ’97 (S)

Ferrari

330 P4 Race Car ’67 (P), 430 Scuderia ’07 (P), 458 Italia ’09 (P), 512BB ’76 (P), 599 ’06 (P), California ’08 (P), Enzo Ferrari ’02 (P/S), F10 ’10 (P), F40 ’92 (P), F430 ’06 (P), F2007
(P/S), SP1 ’08 (P)

Fiat

500 1.2 8V Lounge SS ’08 (P), 500 F ’65 (S), 500 F ’68 (P), 500 L ’69 (S), 500 R ’72 (S), Barchetta Giovane Due ’00 (S), Coupe Turbo Plus ’00 (S), Panda Super i.e. ’90 (S), Punto HGT Abarth ’00 (S)

Ford

AU 2000 Ford Falcon XR8 ’00 (S), 2010 AJ Allmendinger #43 Best Buy FORD FUSION ’10 (P), 2010 Carl Edwards #99 Aflac FORD FUSION ’10 (P), Escort Rally Car ’98 (S), Focus Rally Car ’99 (S), Focus RS ’02 (S), Focus RS WRC 07 ’08 (P), Focus ST ’06 (P), Focus ST170 ’03 (S), Ford GT ’02 (S), Ford GT ’05 (S), Ford GT ’06 (P), Ford GT LM Race Car (S), Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II (S), Ford GT LM Spec II Test Car (P), GT40 Race Car ’69 (S), Ka ’01 (S), Mark IV Race Car ’67 (P), Mustang GT ’05 (S), Mustang Mach 1 ’71 (P), Mustang SVT Cobra R ’00 (S), Mustang V8 GT Coupe Premium ’07 (P), RS200 ’84 (S), RS200 Rally Car ’85 (S), SVT F-150 Lightning ’03 (S), Taurus SHO ’98 (S)

Gillet

Vertigo Race Car ’04 (S)

Ginetta

G4 ’64 (S)

Gran Turismo

350Z RS (P), Formula Gran Turismo (S), PDI RACING KART 100 (P), Red Bull X1 ’10 (P)

Grand Touring Garage

1970 Ford Mustang Trans-Cammer (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2009) (P)

High End Performance

G37 (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2008) (P)

HKS

CT230R ’08 (P), GENKI HYPER SILVIA RS2 (D1GP) ’04 (P)

Holden

Commodore SS ’04 (S), Monaro CV8 ’04 (S)

Hommell

Berlinette R/S Coupe ’99 (S)

Honda

1300 Coupe 9 S ’70 (S), ACCORD Coupe ’88 (S), ACCORD Coupe EX ’03 (S), ACCORD Euro-R ’00 (S), ACCORD Euro-R ’02 (S), ARTA NSX (JGTC) ’00 (S), ARTA NSX (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), BALLADE SPORTS CR-X 1.5i ’83 (S), BEAT ’91 (S), BEAT Version F ’92 (S), BEAT Version Z ’93 (S), Castrol MUGEN NSX (JGTC) ’00 (S), CITY Turbo II ’83 (S), CIVIC 1500 3door 25i ’83 (S), CIVIC 1500 3door CX ’79 (S), CIVIC SiR-II (EG) ’91 (S), CIVIC SiR-II (EG) ’92 (S), CIVIC SiR-II (EG) ’93 (S), CIVIC SiR-II (EG) ’95 (S), CIVIC TYPE R ’08 (P), CIVIC TYPE R (EK) ’97 (P/S), CIVIC TYPE R (EK) RM ’97 (P), CIVIC TYPE R (EK) ’98 (S), CIVIC TYPE R (EP) ’01 (S), CIVIC TYPE R (EP) ’04 (S), CIVIC TYPE R (EP, EU) ’01 (S), CR-X del Sol SiR ’92 (S), CR-X SiR ’90 (S), CR-Z a ’10 (P), DUALNOTE Concept ’01 (S), ELEMENT ’03 (S), EPSON NSX (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), FIT W ’01 (S), Gathers Drider CIVIC Race Car ’98 (S), HSC “The 37th Tokyo Motor Show Concept Car” ’03 (S), INSIGHT ’99 (S), INSIGHT LS ’09 (P), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC2) ’95 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC2) ’98 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC2) ’99 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) ’03 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) ’04 (P), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) RM ’04 (P), INTEGRA TYPE R Touring Car (S), JAZZ 1.4 DSi SE Sport ’01 (S), LIFE STEP VAN ’72 (S), LOCTITE MUGEN NSX (JGTC) ’01 (S), Mobil 1 NSX (JGTC) ’01 (S), MUGEN MOTUL CIVIC Si Race Car ’87 (S), N360 ’67 (S), NSX ’90 (S), NSX ’93 (S), NSX ’95 (S), NSX ’97 (S), NSX ’99 (S), NSX ’01 (S), NSX Type R ’92 (S), NSX Type R ’02 (P/S), NSX Type S ’97 (S), NSX Type S ’99 (S), NSX Type S ’01 (S), NSX Type S Zero ’97 (S), NSX Type S Zero ’99 (S), NSX-R Concept ’01 (S), NSX-R Prototype LM Race Car (S), NSX-R Prototype LM Road Car (S), ODYSSEY ’03 (S), PRELUDE Si VTEC ’91 (S), PRELUDE SiR ’96 (S), PRELUDE SiR S spec ’98 (S), PRELUDE Type S ’96 (S), PRELUDE Type S ’98 (S), RAYBRIG NSX (JGTC) ’00 (S), RAYBRIG NSX (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), S500 ’63 (S), S600 ’64 (S), S800 ’66 (S), S800 RSC Race Car ’68 (S), S2000 ’99 (S), S2000 ’01 (S), S2000 ’03 (S), S2000 ’06 (P), S2000 (EU) ’99 (S), S2000 (EU) ’01 (S), S2000 (EU) ’03 (S), S2000 (US) ’99 (S), S2000 (US) ’01 (S), S2000 (US) ’04 (S), S2000 LM Race Car (S), S2000 Type V ’00 (S), S2000 Type V ’01 (S), S2000 Type V ’03 (S), S2000 Type V (EU) ’00 (S), S2000 Type V (EU) ’01 (S), S2000 Type V (US) ’00 (S), S2000 Type V (US) ’01 (S), TAKATA DOME NSX (JGTC) ’03 (S), TAKATA DOME NSX (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), TODAY G ’85 (S), Z ACT ’70 (S)

HPA Motorsports

FT565 twin turbo Audi TT (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2007) (P), Stage II R32 (SEMA Gran Turismo Awards 2004) (S)

Hyundai

Clix Concept ’01 (S), Coupe FX ’01 (S), HCD6 Concept ’01 (S), Tiburon GT ’01 (S), Tiburon Turbulence ’99 (S), Tuscani ’01 (S), Tuscani CCS ’03 (S)

Infiniti

Coupe Concept ’06 (P), FX45 Concept ’02 (S), G20 ’90 (S), G35 COUPE ’03 (S), G35 Coupe ’06 (P), G35 Sedan ’03 (S)

Isuzu

117COUPÉ ’68 (S), 4200R Concept ’89 (P), Bellett 1600 GT-R ’69 (S), PIAZZA XE ’81 (S)

Jaguar

E-TYPE Coupe ’61 (S), S-TYPE R ’02 (S), XFR ’10 (S), XJ13 Race Car ’66 (P), XJ220 ’92 (S), XJ220 LM Race Car (S), XJR-9 LM Race Car ’88 (S), XK Coupe Luxury ’07 (P), XKR Coupe ’99 (S), XKR Coupe ’10 (P), XKR R Performance ’02 (S)

Jay Leno

Tank Car ’03 (S)

Jensen

Interceptor MkIII ’74 (S)

Lamborghini

Countach 25th Anniversary ’88 (S), Countach LP400 ’74 (S), Gallardo LP 560-4 ’08 (P), Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 ’67 (Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Polyhony Digital Trophy 2008) (P), Murciélago LP 640 ’09 (P), Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce ’09 (P), NOMAD Diablo GT-1 (JGTC) ’00 (S)

Lancia

DELTA HF Integrale Evoluzione ’91 (P/S), DELTA HF Integrale Rally Car ’92 (S), DELTA S4 Rally Car ’85 (S), STRATOS ’73 (S), STRATOS Rally Car ’77 (S)

Land Rover

Range Stormer Concept ’04 (S)

Lexus

BANDAI DIREZZA SC430 (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), DENSO DUNLOP SARD SC430 (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), ENEOS SC430 (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), GS 300 ’91 (S), GS 300 ’00 (S), GS 300 Vertex Edition (J) ’00 (S), IS 200 ’98 (S), IS 200 (J) ’98 (S), IS 200 GT-1 Race Car ’04 (S), IS 300 Sport Cross ’01 (S), IS F ’07 (P), IS F RM ’07 (P), IS F Racing Concept ’08 (P), LFA ’10 (P), PETRONAS TOM’S SC430 (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), SC 300 ’97 (S), SC 430 (EU) ’01 (S), SC 430 (US) ’01 (S), Weds Sport IS350 (SUPER GT) ’08 (P)

Lister

Storm V12 Race Car ’99 (S)

Lotus

Carlton ’90 (S), Elan S1 ’62 (S), Elise ’96 (P), Elise RM ’96 (P), Elise ’00 (S), Elise 111R ’04 (P/S), Elise 111R RM ’04 (P), Elise 111S ’03 (S), Elise Sport 190 ’98 (S), Elise Type 72 ’01 (S), Esprit Sport 350 ’00 (S), Esprit Turbo HC ’87 (S), Esprit V8 ’02 (P/S), Esprit V8 GT ’98 (S), Esprit V8 SE ’98 (S), Europa Special ’71 (S), Evora ’09 (P), Motor Sport Elise ’99 (S)

Marcos

Mini Marcos GT ’70 (S)

Maserati

GranTurismo S ’08 (P)

Mazda

110S (L10A) ’67 (S), 110S (L10B) ’68 (S), 323F ’93 (S), 787B Race car ’91 (P/S), Atenza Concept ’01 (S), Atenza Sport 25Z ’07 (P), Atenza Sports 23Z ’03 (S), Atenza Touring Car (S), Autozam AZ-1 ’92 (P/S), Axela 23S ’03 (S), BP FALKEN RX-7 (D1GP) ’03 (S), Carol 360 Deluxe ’62 (S), Cosmo Sport (L10A) ’67 (S), Cosmo Sport (L10B) ’68 (S), DEMIO GL-X ’99 (S), DEMIO SPORT ’03 (S), éfini RX-7 Type R (FD) ’91 (P/S), éfini RX-7 Type R (FD) ’93 (S), éfini RX-7 Type RS (FD) ’96 (S), éfini RX-7 Type R-S (FD) ’95 (S), éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) ’92 (S), éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) ’93 (S), éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) ’95 (S), éfini RX-7 Type RZ (FD) ’96 (S), Eunos Roadster (NA Special Package) ’89 (P/S), Eunos Roadster J-Limited (NA) ’91 (P/S), Eunos Roadster J-Limited II (NA) ’93 (S), Eunos Roadster SR-Limited (NA) ’97 (S), Eunos Roadster S-Special Type I (NA) ’95 (S), Eunos Roadster VR-Limited (NA) ’95 (S), Eunos Roadster V-Special Type II (NA) ’93 (S), Familia Sedan Sport 20 ’02 (S), Furai Concept ’08 (S), KUSABI Concept ’03 (S), Lantis Coupe 2000 Type R ’93 (S), Mazda2 ’03 (S), Mazda6 5-door ’03 (S), Mazda6 Concept ’01 (S), Mazda6 Touring Car (S), Mazdaspeed Atenza ’05 (S), MX-5 (NA) ’89 (S), MX-5 1.8 RS (NB, J) ’98 (S), MX-5 1600 NR-A (NB, J) ’04 (S), MX-5 1800 RS (NB, J) ’00 (S), MX-5 1800 RS (NB, J) ’04 (S), MX-5 J-Limited (NA, J) ’91 (S), MX-5 J-Limited II (NA, J) ’93 (S), MX-5 Miata (NA) ’89 (S), MX-5 Miata 1.8 RS (NB, J) ’98 (S), MX-5 Miata 1600 NR-A (NB, J) ’04 (S), MX-5 Miata 1800 RS (NB, J) ’00 (S), MX-5 Miata 1800 RS (NB, J) ’04 (S), MX-5 Miata J-Limited (NA, J) ’91 (S), MX-5 Miata J-Limited II (NA, J) ’93 (S), MX-5 Miata SR-Limited (NA, J) ’97 (S), MX-5 Miata S-Special Type I (NA, J) ’95 (S), MX-5 Miata VR-Limited (NA, J) ’95 (S), MX-5 Miata V-Special Type II (NA, J) ’93 (S), MX-5 SR-Limited (NA, J) ’97 (S), MX-5 S-Special Type I (NA, J) ’95 (S), MX-5 VR-Limited (NA, J) ’95 (S), MX-5 V-Special Type II (NA, J) ’93 (S), MX-Crossport Concept ’05 (S), Protegé ’02 (S), Roadster 1.8 RS (NB) ’98 (S), Roadster 1600 NR-A (NB) ’04 (S), Roadster 1800 RS (NB) ’00 (S), Roadster 1800 RS (NB) ’04 (S), Roadster RS (NC) ’07 (P), RX-7 GT-LIMITED (FC, J) ’85 (S), RX-7 GT-X (FC) ’90 (P/S), RX-7 GT-X (FC, J) ’90 (S), RX-7 LM Race Car (S), RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) ’02 (P/S), RX-7 Type R (FD, J) ’91 (S), RX-7 Type R (FD, J) ’93 (S), RX-7 Type R Bathurst R (FD) ’01 (S), RX-7 Type RS (FD) ’98 (S), RX-7 Type RS (FD) ’00 (S), RX-7 Type RS (FD, J) ’96 (S), RX-7 Type R-S (FD, J) ’95 (S), RX-7 Type RS-R (FD) ’97 (S), RX-7 Type RZ (FD) ’00 (S), RX-7 Type RZ (FD, J) ’92 (S), RX-7 Type RZ (FD, J) ’93 (S), RX-7 Type RZ (FD, J) ’95 (S), RX-7 Type RZ (FD, J) ’96 (S), RX-8 ’03 (S), RX-8 Concept (Type-I) ’01 (S), RX-8 Concept (Type-II) ’01 (S), RX-8 Concept LM Race Car (S), RX-8 Type E ’03 (S), RX-8 Type S ’07 (P), RX-8 Type S ’03 (S), SAVANNA RX-7 GT-Limited (FC) ’85 (S), RX-7 INFINI III (FC) ’90 (S)

McLaren

F1 ’94 (P), McLaren MP4-12C ’10 (P)

Mercedes-Benz

190 E 2.5 – 16 Evolution II ’91 (S), Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5 – 16 Evolution II Touring Car ’92 (S), 300 SL Coupe ’54 (P/S), A 160 Avantgarde ’98 (S), C 63 AMG ’08 (P), CL 600 ’00 (S), CLK 55 AMG ’00 (S), CLK-GTR Race Car ’98 (S), CLK Touring Car ’00 (S),E 55 AMG ’02 (S), Sauber Mercedes C9 Race Car ’89 (S), SL 55 AMG (R230) ’02 (P/S), SL 65 AMG (R230) ’04 (S), SL 500 (R129) ’98 (S), SL 500 (R230) ’02 (S), SL 600 (R129) ’98 (S), SL 600 (R230) ’04 (S), SLK 230 Kompressor ’98 (S), SLR McLaren ’03 (S), SLR McLaren (19inch Wheel Option) ’09 (P), SLS AMG ’10 (P)

Mercury

Cougar XR-7 ’67 (S)

MG

MGF ’97 (S), TF160 ’03 (S)

Mine’s

BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R N1 base ’06 (P), BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R V?spec N1 base ’00 (S), LANCER EVOLUTION VI ’00 (S)

MINI

COOPER ’02 (S), Cooper 1.3i ’98 (S), COOPER S ’02 (S), COOPER S ’05 (P), COOPER S ’07 (P), ONE ’02 (S)

Mitsubishi

3000GT MR (J) ’95 (S), 3000GT MR (J) ’98 (S), 3000GT SL (J) ’95 (S), 3000GT SL (J) ’96 (S), 3000GT SL (J) ’98 (S), 3000GT SR (J) ’95 (S), 3000GT SR (J) ’96 (S), 3000GT SR (J) ’98 (S), 3000GT VR-4 (J) ’98 (S), 3000GT VR-4 Turbo (J) ’95 (S), 3000GT VR-4 Turbo (J) ’96 (S), 3000GT VR-4 Turbo (J) ’98 (S), AIRTREK Turbo-R ’02 (S), COLT 1.5 Sport X Version ’02 (S), CZ-3 Tarmac ’01 (S), CZ-3 Tarmac Rally Car (S), ECLIPSE GT ’95 (S), ECLIPSE GT ’06 (S), ECLIPSE Spyder GTS ’03 (S), FTO GP Version R ’97 (S), FTO GP Version R ’99 (S), FTO GPX ’94 (S), FTO GPX ’97 (S), FTO GPX ’99 (S), FTO GR ’94 (S), FTO GR ’97 (S), FTO Super Touring Car (S), GALANT 2.0 DOHC Turbo VR-4 ’89 (S), GALANT GTO MR ’70 (S), GTO SR ’95 (S), GTO SR ’96 (S), GTO SR ’98 (S), GTO Twin Turbo ’95 (S), GTO Twin Turbo ’96 (S), GTO Twin Turbo ’98 (S), GTO Twin Turbo MR ’95 (S), GTO Twin Turbo MR ’98 (S), HSR-II Concept ’89 (S), i Concept ’03 (S), i-MiEV ’09 (P), Lancer 1600 GSR ’74 (S), Lancer 1600 GSR Rally Car ’74 (S), Lancer Evolution II GSR ’94 (S), Lancer Evolution III GSR ’95 (S), Lancer Evolution IV GSR ’96 (P/S), Lancer Evolution IV Rally Car ’97 (S), Lancer Evolution V GSR ’98 (S), Lancer Evolution VI GSR ’99 (S), Lancer Evolution VI GSR TOMMI MAKINEN EDITION ’00 (S), Lancer Evolution VI GSR T.M. EDITION Special Color Package ’99 (P), Lancer Evolution VI Rally Car ’99 (S), Lancer Evolution VI RS ’99 (S), Lancer Evolution VI RS TOMMI MAKINEN EDITION ’00 (S), Lancer Evolution VII GSR ’01 (S), Lancer Evolution VII GT-A ’02 (S), Lancer Evolution VII RS ’01 (S), Lancer Evolution VIII GSR ’03 (S), Lancer Evolution VIII MR GSR ’04 (S), Lancer Evolution VIII RS ’03 (S), Lancer Evolution IX GSR ’05 (P), Lancer Evolution IX GSR RM ’05 (P), Lancer Evolution X GSR Premium Package ’07 (P), Lancer Evolution GSR ’92 (S), Lancer Evolution Super Rally Car ’03 (S), Lancer EX 1800GSR IC Turbo ’83 (S), LEGNUM VR-4 Type V ’98 (S), MINICA DANGAN ZZ ’89 (S), MIRAGE 1400GLX ’78 (S), MIRAGE CYBORG ZR ’97 (S), PAJERO Evolution Rally Raid Car ’03 (S), PAJERO Rally Raid Car ’85 (S), STARION 4WD Rally Car ’84 (S)

Mugen

MUGEN S2000 ’00 (S)

NISMO

270R ’94 (S), 400R ’96 (S), Fairlady Z S-tune concept by GRANTURISMO (Z33) ’02 (S), Fairlady Z Z-tune (Z33) ’03 (S), GT-R LM Road Going Version ’95 (S), Skyline GT-R R-tune (R34) ’99 (S), Skyline GT-R S-tune (R32) ’00 (S)

Nissan

180SX Type X ’96 (S), 200SX ’96 (S), 200SX (S14) ’96 (S), 240RS Rally Car ’85 (S), 240SX ’96 (S), 240SX (S14) ’96 (S), 240ZG (HS30) ’71 (S), 300ZX 2by2 (Z32) ’98 (S), 300ZX 2seater (Z32) ’89 (S), 300ZX 2seater (Z32) ’98 (S), 350Z (Z33, EU) ’03 (S), 350Z (Z33, US) ’03 (S), 350Z Concept LM Race Car (S), 350Z Gran Turismo 4 Limited Edition (Z33) ’05 (S), 350Z Roadster (Z33, EU) ’03 (S), 350Z Roadster (Z33, US) ’03 (S), 370Z Tuned Car ’08 (P), Be-1 ’87 (S), BLUEBIRD 1600 Deluxe (510) ’69 (S), BLUEBIRD Hardtop 1800SSS (910) ’79 (S), BLUEBIRD Rally Car (510) ’69 (S), Calsonic IMPUL GT-R (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), CALSONIC SKYLINE (JGTC) ’00 (S), CALSONIC SKYLINE GT-R Race Car ’93 (S), CUBE EX (FF/CVT) ’02 (S), CUBE X ’98 (S), C-WEST RAZO SILVIA (JGTC) ’01 (S), EXA CANOPY L.A.Version Type S ’88 (S), Fairlady 2000 (SR311) ’68 (S), Fairlady 240ZG (HS30) ’71 (S), Fairlady Z (Z34) ’08 (P), Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) ’78 (S), Fairlady Z 300ZX (Z31) ’83 (S), Fairlady Z 300ZX TwinTurbo 2seater (Z32) ’89 (P/S), Fairlady Z 300ZX Version R TwinTurbo 2by2 (Z32) ’98 (S), Fairlady Z 300ZX Version S TwinTurbo 2seater (Z32) ’98 (S), Fairlady Z Concept LM Race Car (S), Fairlady Z Roadster (Z33) ’03 (S), Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’02 (S), Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’07 (P), Fairlady Z Version ST (Z33 Option Wheel) ’02 (S), FALKEN?GT-R Race Car ’04 (S), GRAN TURISMO SKYLINE GT-R ’01 (S), GRAN TURISMO SKYLINE GT-R (PaceCar) ’01 (S), GT-R ’07 (P), GT-R Black Mask ’07 (P), GT-R Concept (Tokyo Motor Show 2001) ’01 (S), GT-R Concept LM Race Car (S), GT-R Proto ’05 (P), GT-R SpecV ’09 (P/S), GT-R SpecV (GT Academy Version) ’09 (P), LOCTITE ZEXEL GT-R (JGTC) ’00 (S), March 12c 5door ’03 (S), March 12SR ’07 (P), March G# ’99 (S), MICRA ’03 (S), mm-R Cup Car ’01 (S), MOTUL AUTECH GT-R (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), MOTUL PITWORK Z (JGTC) ’04 (S), OPTION Stream Z ’04 (S), PAO ’89 (S), PENNZOIL Nismo GT-R (JGTC) ’99 (S), PENNZOIL ZEXEL GT-R (JGTC) ’01 (S), PRIMERA 2.0Te ’90 (S), PRIMERA 20V ’01 (S), PRIMERA 20V (EU) ’01 (S), R89C Race Car ’89 (S), R92CP Race Car ’92 (S), R390 GT1 Race Car ’98 (S), R390 GT1 Road Car ’98 (S), SILEIGHTY ’98 (S), SILVIA (CSP311) ’65 (S), SILVIA 240RS (S110) ’83 (S), SILVIA K’s (S13) ’88 (S), SILVIA K’s (S13) ’91 (S), SILVIA K’s AERO (S14) ’93 (S), SILVIA K’s AERO (S14) ’96 (S), SILVIA K’s Dia Selection (S13) ’90 (P), SILVIA Q’s (S13) ’88 (S), SILVIA Q’s (S13) ’91 (S), SILVIA Q’s AERO (S14) ’93 (S), SILVIA Q’s AERO (S14) ’96 (S), SILVIA spec-R AERO (S15) ’02 (P), SILVIA spec-R AERO (S15) RM ’02 (P), SILVIA spec-R AERO (S15) ’99 (S), SILVIA spec-S AERO (S15) ’99 (S), SILVIA Varietta (S15) ’00 (S), SKYLINE 1500Deluxe (S50D-1) ’63 (S), SKYLINE 2000GT-B (S54A) ’67 (S), SKYLINE 2000GT-R (KPGC110) ’73 (S), SKYLINE Coupe 350GT ’03 (S), SKYLINE Coupe 370GT Type SP ’07 (P), SKYLINE GT-R (R32) ’89 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R32) ’91 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R33) ’95 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R33) ’96 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R33) ’97 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R34) ’99 (S), SKYLINE GT-R (R34) ’00 (S), SKYLINE GT-R M·spec (R34) ’01 (S), SKYLINE GT-R M·spec Nür (R34) ’02 (S), SKYLINE GT-R N1 (R32) ’91 (S), SKYLINE GT-R N1 (R33) ’95 (S), SKYLINE GT-R Special Color Midnight Purple II (R34) ’99 (S), SKYLINE GT-R Special Color Midnight Purple III (R34) ’00 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec (R32) ’93 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec (R33) ’95 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec (R33) ’96 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec (R33) ’97 (P/S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec (R34) ’99 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec II (R32) ’94 (P/S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec II (R34) ’00 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec II N1 (R34) ’00 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec II Nür (R34) ’02 (P/S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec LM Limited (R33) ’96 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec N1 (R32) ’93 (S), SKYLINE GT-R V·spec N1 (R34) ’99 (S), SKYLINE GTS25 Type S (R32) ’91 (S), SKYLINE GTS-R (R31) ’87 (S), SKYLINE GTS-t Type M (R32) ’89 (S), SKYLINE GTS-t Type M (R32) ’91 (S), SKYLINE Hard Top 2000 RS-X Turbo C (R30) ’84 (S), SKYLINE Hard Top 2000 Turbo RS (R30) ’83 (S), SKYLINE Hard Top 2000GT-R (KPGC10) ’70 (S), SKYLINE Sedan 300GT ’01 (S), SKYLINE Sedan 350GT Type SP ’06 (P), SKYLINE Sedan 350GT-8 ’02 (S), SKYLINE Sport Coupe (BLRA-3) ’62 (S), STAGEA 25t RS FOUR S ’98 (S), STAGEA 260RS AutechVersion ’98 (S), WOODONE ADVAN Clarion GT-R (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), XANAVI HIROTO GT-R (JGTC) ’01 (S), XANAVI NISMO GT-R (JGTC) ’03 (S), XANAVI NISMO GT-R (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), XANAVI NISMO Z (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), YellowHat YMS TOMICA GT-R (SUPER GT) ’08 (P)

Opel

Astra Touring Car (Opel Team Phoenix) ’00 (S), Calibra Touring Car ’94 (S), Corsa Comfort 1.4 ’01 (S), Speedster ’00 (S), Speedster Turbo ’00 (S), Tigra 1.6i ’99 (S), Vectra 3.2 V6 ’03 (S)

Opera Performance

350Z ’04 (S), S2000 ’04 (S)

Oullim Motors

Spirra Prototype ’04 (S)

Pagani

Zonda C12 ’00 (S), Zonda C12S ’00 (S), Zonda C12S 7.3 ’02 (S), Zonda LM Race Car (S), Zonda R ’09 (P)

Panoz

Esperante GTR-1 Race Car ’98 (S)

Pescarolo Sport

Courage C60 – Peugeot Race Car ’03 (S), Pescarolo C60 Hybride – Judd Race car ’05 (S), Pescarolo-Courage – Judd GV5 Race Car ’04 (S)

Peugeot

106 Rallye ’03 (S), 106 S16 ’03 (S), 205 Turbo 16 ’85 (S), 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 Rally Car ’86 (S), 205 Turbo 16 Rally Car ’85 (S), 206 CC ’01 (S), 206 Rally Car ’99 (S), 206 RC ’03 (S), 206 S16 ’99 (S), 207 GTi ’07 (P), 307 CC Premium AVN ’04 (P), 307 XSi ’04 (S), 905 Race Car ’92 (S), 908 HDi FAP – Team Oreca Matmut ’10 (P), 908 HDi FAP – Team Peugeot Total ’10 (P), coupé 406 3.0 V6 ’98 (S)

Plymouth

Cuda 440 Six Pack ’71 (S), Superbird ’70 (S)

Pontiac

GTO 5.7 Coupe ’04 (S), Solstice Coupe Concept ’02 (S), Sunfire GXP Concept ’02 (S), Tempest Le Mans GTO ’64 (S), Vibe GT ’03 (S)

RE Amemiya

AMEMIYA ASPARADRINK RX7 (JGTC) ’04 (S), Amemiya AsparaDrink RX7 (SUPER GT) ’06 (P), RE Amemiya FD3S RX-7 (P)

Renault

5 Maxi Turbo Rally Car ’85 (S), 5 Turbo ’80 (S), AVANTIME ’02 (S), Megane 2.0 16V ’03 (S), Megane 2.0 IDE Coupe ’00 (S), Sport Clio Renault Sport 2.0 16V ’02 (S), Sport Clio Renault Sport Trophy V6 24V Race Car ’00 (S), Sport Clio Renault Sport V6 24V ’00 (P/S), Sport Clio Renault Sport V6 Phase 2 ’03 (S), Sport Lutecia Renault Sport 2.0 16V ’02 (S), Sport Lutecia Renault Sport Trophy V6 24V Race Car ’00 (S), Sport Lutecia Renault Sport V6 24V ’01 (S), Sport Lutecia Renault Sport V6 Phase2 ’03 (S), Sport Megane Renault Sport ’08 (P)

RUF

3400S ’00 (S), BTR ’86 (S), CTR2 ’96 (S), CTR “Yellow Bird” ’87 (S), RGT ’00 (S)

Saleen

S7 ’02 (S)

Scion

xA ’03 (S), xB ’03 (S)

Seat

Ibiza Cupra ’04 (S)

Shelby

Cobra 427 ’66 (P/S), GT350R ’65 (S), Series One Super Charged ’03 (S)

Spoon

CIVIC TYPE R (EK) ’00 (S), Spoon CR-Z (P), FIT Race Car ’03 (S), INTEGRA TYPE R (DC2) ’99 (S), S2000 ’00 (S), S2000 Race Car ’00 (S)

Spyker

C8 Laviolette ’01 (S)

Subaru

CUSCO SUBARU ADVAN IMPREZA (JGTC) ’03 (S), CUSCO DUNLOP SUBARU IMPREZA (SUPER GT) ’08 (P), IMPREZA Coupe 22B-STi Version ’98 (S), IMPREZA Coupe WRX typeR STi Version VI ’99 (S), IMPREZA Rally Car ’99 (S), IMPREZA Rally Car ’01 (S), IMPREZA Rally Car ’03 (S), IMPREZA Rally Car Prototype ’01 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi ’94 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STI (18inch BBS Wheel Option) ’10 (P), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi (Type-II) ’02 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi spec C (Type-II) ’04 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STI spec C Type RA ’05 (P), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STI spec C Type RA RM ’05 (P), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version (Type-I) ’00 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version II ’95 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version III ’96 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version IV ’97 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version V ’98 (S), IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi Version VI ’99 (S), IMPREZA Sport Wagon STi (Type-I) ’00 (S), IMPREZA Sport Wagon WRX STi Version VI ’99 (S), IMPREZA Super Touring Car (S), IMPREZA WRC 2008 ’08 (P), IMPREZA WRX STI (18inch BBS Wheel Option) ’07 (P), IMPREZA WRX STi Prodrive Style (Type-I) ’01 (S), LEGACY B4 2.0GT ’03 (S), LEGACY B4 2.0GT spec.B ’03 (S), LEGACY B4 3.0R ’03 (S), LEGACY B4 Blitzen ’00 (S), LEGACY B4 RSK ’98 (S), LEGACY Touring Wagon 2.0GT ’03 (S), LEGACY Touring Wagon 2.0GT spec.B ’03 (S), LEGACY Touring Wagon 3.0R ’03 (S), LEGACY Touring Wagon GT-B ’96 (S), SUBARU 360 ’58 (S)

Suzuki

ALTO LAPIN Turbo ’02 (S), ALTO WORKS RS-Z ’97 (S), ALTO WORKS SUZUKI SPORT LIMITED ’97 (S), Cappuccino (EA11R) ’91 (P/S), Cappuccino (EA21R) ’95 (P/S), Cappuccino (EA21R) RM ’95 (P), CERVO SR ’07 (P), CONCEPT-S2 ’03 (S), ESCUDO Dirt Trial Car ’98 (S), GSX-R/4 Concept ’01 (S), Kei WORKS ’02 (S), MR Wagon Sport ’04 (S), SWIFT Sport ’05 (P), SWIFT Sport ’07 (P), SX4 WRC ’08 (P), WAGON R RR ’98 (S)

Tesla Motors

Tesla Roadster ’08 (P)

Tommykaira

ZZ-S ’00 (S), ZZII ’00 (S)

Tom’s

X540 CHASER ’00 (S)

Toyota

2000GT ’67 (S), 2010 Brian Vickers #83 Red Bull TOYOTA CAMRY ’10 (P), 2010 Denny Hamlin #11 FedEx TOYOTA CAMRY ’10 (P), 2010 Joey Logano #20 The Home Depot TOYOTA CAMRY ’10 (P), 2010 Kyle Busch #18 M&M’S® TOYOTA CAMRY ’10 (P), ALTEZZA AS200 ’98 (S), ALTEZZA Gita AS300 ’01 (S), ALTEZZA RS200 ’98 (S), ALTEZZA Touring Car (S), ARISTO 3.0V ’91 (S), ARISTO V300 ’00 (S), ARISTO V300 Vertex Edition ’00 (S), au CERUMO Supra (JGTC) ’01 (S), bB 1.5Z X Version ’00 (S), CALDINA GT-FOUR ’02 (S), CARINA ED 2.0 X 4WS ’89 (S), Castrol TOM’S SUPRA (JGTC) ’97 (P), Castrol TOM’S SUPRA (JGTC) ’00 (S), Castrol TOM’S SUPRA (JGTC) ’01 (S), CELICA 1600GT (TA22) ’70 (S), CELICA 2000GT-FOUR (ST165) ’86 (S), CELICA 2000GT-R (ST162) ’86 (S), CELICA GT-FOUR (ST205) ’98 (S), CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST185) ’95 (S), CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST205) ’95 (P/S), CELICA GT-FOUR RC (ST185) ’91 (S), CELICA GT-R (ST183, 4WS) ’91 (S), CELICA SS-II (ST202) ’97 (S), CELICA SS-II (ZZT231) ’99 (S), CELICA XX 2800GT ’81 (S), COROLLA LEVIN BZ-R ’98 (S), COROLLA LEVIN GT-APEX (AE86) ’83 (S), COROLLA Rally Car ’98 (S), COROLLA RUNX Z AEROTOURER ’02 (S), DENSO SARD SUPRA GT (JGTC) ’00 (S), FT-86 Concept ’09 (P), FT-86 G SPORTS Concept ’10 (P), GT-ONE Race Car (TS020) ’99 (S), ist 1.5S ’02 (S), MINOLTA Toyota 88C-V Race Car ’89 (S), MR2 1600 G ’86 (S), MR2 1600 G-Limited Super Charger ’86 (S), MR2 G-Limited ’97 (S), MR2 GT-S ’97 (S), MR2 Spyder ’99 (S), MR2 Spyder (6MT) ’02 (S), MR-S S Edition ’99 (S), MR-S V Edition (6MT) ’02 (S), PRIUS G ’09 (P), PRIUS G (J) ’02 (S), PRIUS G Touring Selection (J) ’03 (S), RSC ’01 (S), RSC Rally Raid Car (S), SERA ’92 (S), SOARER 2.5GT-T ’97 (S), SOARER 430SCV ’01 (S), SPORTS 800 ’65 (S), SPRINTER TRUENO BZ-R ’98 (S), SPRINTER TRUENO GT-APEX (AE86 Shuichi Shigeno Version) ’00 (S), SPRINTER TRUENO GT-APEX (AE86) ’83 (S), STARLET Glanza V ’97 (S), SUPERAUTOBACS APEX MR-S (JGTC) ’00 (S), SUPRA 2.5GT Twin Turbo R ’90 (P/S), SUPRA 3.0GT Turbo A ’88 (S), SUPRA RZ ’97 (S), SUPRA SZ-R ’97 (S), Tacoma X-Runner ’04 (S), Toyota 7 Race Car ’70 (S), VITZ F ’99 (S), VITZ RS 1.5 ’00 (P), VITZ RS 1.5 ’07 (S), VITZ RS Turbo ’02 (S), VITZ U Euro Sport Edition ’00 (S), VOLTZ S ’02 (S), WEDSSPORT CELICA (JGTC) ’03 (S), WiLL VS ’01 (S), WOODONE TOM’S SUPRA (JGTC) ’03 (S), Yaris F (J) ’99 (S), Yaris RS 1.5 (J) ’00 (S), Yaris RS Turbo (J) ’02 (S), Yaris U Euro Sport Edition (J) ’00 (S), YellowHat YMS Supra (SUPER GT) ’05 (P)

TRD

CELICA TRD Sports M (ZZT231) ’00 (S)

TRIAL

TRIAL CELICA SS-II (ZZT231) ’03 (S)

Triumph

Spitfire 1500 ’74 (S)

TVR

Cerbera Speed 6 ’97 (S), Cerbera Speed 12 ’00 (S), Griffith 500 ’94 (S), T350C ’03 (S), Tamora ’02 (P/S), Tuscan Speed 6 ’00 (P/S), Tuscan Speed 6 RM ’00 (P), V8S ’91 (S)

Vauxhall

Astra Super Touring Car ’00 (S), Calibra Super Touring Car ’94 (S), Corsa Comfort 1.4 ’01 (S), Tigra 1.6i ’99 (S), Vectra 3.2 V6 ’03 (S), VX220 ’00 (S), VX220 Turbo ’00 (S)

Volkswagen

Beetle 1100 Standard (Type-11) ’49 (S), Bora V6 4MOTION ’01 (S), Golf I GTI ’76 (S), Golf IV GTI ’01 (P/S), Golf IV GTI RM ’01 (P), Golf IV R32 ’03 (S), Golf V GTI ’05 (P/S), Karmann Ghia Coupe (Type-1) ’68 (S), Kubelwagen typ82 ’44 (P), Lupo1.4 ’02 (S), Lupo Cup Car ’00 (S), Lupo GTI ’01 (S), Lupo GTI Cup Car (J) ’03 (S), New Beetle 2.0 ’00 (S), New Beetle Cup Car ’00 (S), New Beetle RSi ’00 (S), Polo GTI ’01 (S), Schwimmwagen typ166 ’42 (P), typ2(T1) SambaBus ’62 (P), W12 Nardo Concept ’01 (S)

Volvo

240 GLT Estate ’88 (S), C30 R-Design ’09 (P), S60 T-5 Sport ’03 (S)

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Nov 2010
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Gran Turismo 5 All Set For Late November Release Date

At long last, Sony PlayStation has confirmed a November 24th release date for Gran Turismo 5 in North America, Asia and Europe while our friends in Japan and Australia can pick the game up on November 25th. Considered to be one of the most anticipated driving games of all time, the franchise has tested the patience of gamers everywhere with years of teasing.

The game is a powerhouse. Some of the most tantalizing features include an online mode that will be available in the game with 16 player capability. 1,031 cars will be featured in the game; it will feature 26 different locations and 71 different tracks. An optional Stereoscopic-3D resolution will be available. Night racing will return in GT5. Go-Karting will also make its first ever appearance in the franchise. World Rally Championship, NASCAR and Super GT licenses will be featured for the first time in the Gran Turismo franchise. A damage model has been confirmed with variations of damage depending on whether the vehicle is “standard” or “premium”.

The game was first revealed at E3 2005 under the name Vision Gran Turismo. This was not GT5 as we know it today but simply Gran Turismo 4 (for the PlayStation 2) with more cars on track and PC-rendered footage. The PlayStation 3 (PS3) wouldn’t release until November 11, 2006 and with no Gran Turismo game in the console’s launch line-up. Various bits of information and news was revealed about the game from then on but it was not for another 3 years that the public got a chance to have a proper look at GT5.

At Sony’s E3 2009 Press Conference, a trailer for Gran Turismo 5 was shown, revealing the inclusion of Super GT, NASCAR and WRC but no release date was revealed. In an interview with Eurogamer, Yamauchi said that “We’ve actually reached a point where we can probably release (GT5) anytime, except that you can also keep working as long as you want to as well, it’s just a matter of timing.”

However, in an interview with Auto Express in April, 2010, Yamauchi explained that, “Deciding a release date for a game is always difficult, as it’s not something I can decide on my own. The agreement on a date comes between various parties at Sony, and it’s not necessarily a date I would be hoping for. March would’ve been too early. We could have produced the game in time to make that deadline, but the finished product wouldn’t have had everything that I wanted to include.”

Here is a really great fan-made video for Gran Turismo 5 by KopparbergDave:

After missing its initial March 2010 Japanese release date, Sony announced at E3 2010 that Gran Turismo 5 would be officially launched in around the world in early November. They infamously missed that date, but now everything is set for later this month.

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Nov 2010
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The Stylish PlayStation Lounge At Sony NYC

The Sony Building in New York City (at 550 Madison Avenue at 56th St) is home to several interesting aspects of the company, including the official Sony Corporation, Sony Music, Sony Pictures, and so forth. The building also houses some great places for the general public to visit, such as the Sony Wonder Technology Lab, a lavish SonyStyle store, a restaurant on the lobby floor, and now a new PlayStation Lounge.

Created by Sony’s Joby Hirschfeld (Director, Creative Services, Channel Marketing and Events) and his team, the PlayStation Lounge could be considered heaven for some gamers and design enthusiasts. The layout of the Lounge is somewhat similar to trade show booth design, and there is a reason for that. The creator of the Lounge and his team have quite the background:

My name is Joby Hirschfeld and I oversee the team responsible for the design and build of such things as the incredible booths you see at conferences like E3 and CES, the visuals for PlayStation press conferences, video production, the look and feel of the displays at your local retailers as well as the designs on the packaging of the PlayStation products you know and love.

The Lounge is a storefront for just about everything PlayStation. All of the latest first and third-party games are available there (for example, Call of Duty: Black Ops was available on release day), as well as the PlayStation Move and all of its games and accessories. There is also some exciting titles that fans can check out before they are released, such as Killzone 3, Motorstorm: Apocalypse, and Gran Turismo 5. The Gran Turismo 5 area is impressive because it has incredible Recaro-style seats, each with a flatscreen LCD, steering wheel and pedals for the best possible driving experience.

The PlayStation.blog provided a gallery of the PlayStation Lounge:

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Here is a video tour of the PlayStation Lounge on YouTube by user THGNews (Marcus Yam):

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Nov 2010
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Relive The Cold War In Call of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops is a FPS video game developed by Treyarch, published by Activision and due for release on November 9, 2010. The game is the seventh installment of the Call of Duty series and the third game in the series to be developed by Treyarch. It is a sequel to the developer’s previous title in the series, Call of Duty: World at War.

Call of Duty: Black Ops takes place during the Cold War. The player mainly controls two characters: Special Forces operative Alex Mason and CIA agent Jason Hudson, both members of the Studies and Observations Group, a clandestine black operations unit tasked with carrying out critical missions behind enemy lines.

The single-player campaign will revolve around an experimental Soviet chemical weapon code-named “Nova-6,” whilst trailers have shown Mason being interrogated by an unseen tormentor. The game will include locations such as the Ural Mountains in central Russia, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam. Black Ops also allows the player to enjoy the experience of piloting a Hind helicopter and guiding friendly troops from an SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance aircraft in single player mode.

Viktor Reznov, a key character from the Soviet campaign in World at War has been confirmed to return for Black Ops, joining Mason and the Studies and Observations Group in Vietnam.

The game features a star-studded voice cast, with notable actors such as Gary Oldman (Reznov), Sam Worthington (Alex Mason), Ed Harris (Jason Hudson), Ice Cube (Corporal Bowman), Emmanuelle Chriqui (unnamed character), Topher Grace (Special Agent Harris), and several others lending their voice.

The online multiplayer mode of Black Ops retains the experience points and unlockable reward system that has been kept since Call of Duty 4. The game’s multiplayer focuses on socialization and customization.

Here is an unbelievable one hour long overview of Black Ops multiplayer mode, courtesy of Gamespot:

“Create-a-Class 2.0″ will allow enhanced personalization with appearance items as well as upgradable perks: weapons will be extensively customizable with clan tag writing, emblems, attachments and camouflage painting. Even reticles can be modified. There will be more than one style for an attachment, which allows for a lot more personalized weaponry; for example, the player can choose between a Red Dot Sight or a Reflex Sight, both of which share the same traits only visually look different. Character models will depend on the first tier perk instead of the weapon’s type. Furthermore, face paints can be unlocked.

A currency system has been implemented allowing players to buy weapons, accessories and clothes. Players can gamble with their “COD Points” in a free-for-all based playlist called “Wager Match”, which is composed of four game modes. Time limited objectives known as “Contracts” can be purchased to gain more currency and experience points. New custom killstreak rewards include RC explosive cars, guided missiles and controllable attack helicopters.

For the first time in the series, clips from online gameplay can be recorded. Players will be able to play alone or with friends against AI opponents in “Combat Training” with a separate progression system.

Online split screen (which was featured in Call of Duty 3) is re-introduced on Xbox 360 and PS3. The guest account can rank up but will be reset after each sign out.

The zombie mode of World at War will return as a four-player online and two-player split screen co-op mode in which players take the roles of John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Robert McNamara, and Fidel Castro as they fight zombies at the Pentagon. Limited editions of the game will offer four zombies maps from World at War.

Are you going to buy Call of Duty: Black Ops? Let us know in the comments!

07
Nov 2010
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List Of Games Compatible With Sony’s PlayStation Move

PlayStation Move is a motion-sensing game controller platform for the PlayStation 3 (PS3). Based on a handheld motion controller wand, PlayStation Move uses the PlayStation Eye camera to track the wand’s position, and inertial sensors in the wand to detect its motion. Hardware available at launch includes the main PlayStation Move motion controller, a supplementary PlayStation Move navigation controller, and an optional PlayStation Move charging station and other form-fitting accessories. The PlayStation Move competes with the Wii Remote (with MotionPlus) and Kinect (the system formerly known as Project Natal) motion control systems for the Wii and Xbox 360 home consoles, respectively.

Although PlayStation Move is implemented on the existing PlayStation 3 console, Sony states that it is treating Move’s debut as its own major “platform launch,” planning an aggressive marketing campaign to support it. On the boxart of PlayStation Move games, underneath the PlayStation 3 logo banner, a blue bar with white letters indicates when a game supports the PlayStation Move. When a game can only be played with the PlayStation Move, it will say “PlayStation Move Required”. When a game supports traditional DualShock 3 controls and PlayStation Move controls it will say “PlayStation Move Features” (or “PlayStation Move Compatible”).

One of the biggest questions about the PlayStation Move is what games are out there for it? There are actually quite a few games already available and more are on the way. Alongside Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios and its second-party partners, a total of 36 third-party game development companies have confirmed that they will support the PlayStation Move. We have spruced up a great list found on Wikipedia have embedded it in this blog entry for easy reference:

04
Nov 2010
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Hulu Plus Is Live, Coming To Sony PS3, HDTV’s, Networked Devices

Hulu Plus (which just exited private beta and went public today) is progressively becoming available for many Sony devices that have the BRAVIA Internet Video platform. The popular video website is making a rapid expansion onto hardware to follow suit with Netflix, who has profited greatly from device integration. Sony is bringing the $9.99 a month streaming Hulu Plus TV subscription service to all of its 2010 networked Blu-ray Disc players, Blu-ray Home Theater Systems, SNP-N100 Network Media Player and the Dash.

Next week, Hulu Plus will also be available for all PlayStation 3′s, giving more than forty million gamers the opportunity to try out legalized streaming TV on their PS3. The combination of Netflix and Hulu Plus, at 9.99 each, could be the $20 bill that can could one day kill cable/satellite. Sony is also touting the fact that the PS3 will have Hulu Plus before the XBOX360, which is not slated to have the service until early next year.

Will Hulu Plus take off? It’s hard to tell – the content is great, relevant, and high quality, but even the paid $9.99 service still has advertisements.

Regardless, Sony is pulling out all the stops by piling on dozens of content providers into their machines. I feel that Sony has stepped up their game in the last year with IPTV, recognizing the value proposition, and taking a lead in some instances. It’s pretty amazing that Hulu Plus, Qriocity (Video/Music), and Bravia Internet Video are coming to PS3′s very soon, which gives the PS3 access to all of that great content, but also Netflix, the PlayStation Video store, etc.

We’ve pinged one of our contacts with specifics as to when and what Sony devices are getting Hulu Plus. Here’s what he said is compatible so far:

Any TV compatible with the old BIVL (BRAVIA Internet Video Link) box and all of our 2010 connected BRAVIA models including –

LX900, HX909, HX800, NX800, NX810, NX700, NX710, EX700, EX710…

04
Nov 2010
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