Today Jeff Rubenstein and his partner in crime Sid Shuman, unboxed the collector’s edition of Gran Turismo 5 that will be showing up tomorrow. So what’s so special about the Collector’s Edition you ask? Or why would you want to pay $99.99? Well look below:
Gran Turismo 5 on Blu-ray: 1000+ cars, a wealth of tracks, new Course Maker, stereoscopic 3D, kart racing, and more features than we could possibly list here. Seriously â€” this game is huge.
Collectible Diecast Car: Exclusive limited edition 1:43 scale diecast 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V with custom Gran Turismo livery designed by Polyphony Digital, produced by well-known collectible car maker Kyosho.
Exclusive â€œApexâ€ Car Guide: 300 pages of advanced GT5 driving techniques, a crash course in modern automotive history, track reference material and much more straight from experts at Polyphony Digital.
Custom-etched Gran Turismo key chain: A man canâ€™t live on his PS3 alone, so your friends at Polyphony Digital have arranged for a little keepsake memento of your GT5 conquests.
Numbered certificate of authenticity: Hang it on your bedroom wall and impress your friends, or stash it under your bed amongst the cobwebs â€” the choice is yours!
I myself don’t care to much for all of this, but I am sure hardcore fans or even fans of cars can appreciate this package. The only thing that I would love to do is get my hands on that Special â€œChrome Lineâ€ editions of the Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro. Those that are interested in the video, hit the jump.