06. Jul, 2004 21:40 (HKT)

Weekly Special: Gran Turismo 4 Prologue at incredible US$ 8.90 only - offer valid for 1 week only!

Another weekly special has been prepared at Play-Asia. Though we usually strive for promoting a variety of different titles, we have this week decided to redo one special that we once started as one of our very first promotions in February of this year.

The reason is the now very affordable price and of course also the delay of one of the highest anticipated games of this year: Gran Turismo 4.

All PlayStation2™ racing fans eagerly waiting for Sony's upcoming racing simulation Gran Turismo 4 should not be missing this week's special.

Gran Turismo 4 Prologue features five courses - New York, the Grand Canyon, an Italian town, Japan's Fuji Speedway and Tsukuba Circuit. About 50 cars are selectable (you have to get new cars by successfully completing various steps in the school mode) and three game modes are available: Free Run, School Mode (Licence Tests) and a Time Attack mode. Gran Turismo 4 Prologue further supports the new GT Force Pro steering wheel, an enhanced version of Logicool's force feedback racing controller.

Gran Turismo 4 Prologue is a great title to shorten the waiting time for the final release of the game. The scenery and graphics of this title are beautiful and probably the most stunning ones so far seen in any PlayStation2™ racing game. Further the school mode (which can be compared to the license mode in earlier available Gran Turismo releases) gives a great opportunity to get used to the GT4 control and feeling.

Want to read more about it? Check out what our friends at NTSC-UK have to say about this game here.

Gran Turismo 4 Prologue is now available at unbeatable US$ 8.90 only.

This weekly special is once again valid for exactly 1 week and this time limited to a maximum purchase of 5 units per customer. As a small restriction, please notice that you cannot use any further discount coupons along with this special offer. Don't hesitate, inform all your friends about this new deal, and make sure to get your copy now!

Further as a small sidenote, please notice that this promotion is only valid for the Hong Kong release version of this game, not for the Japanese or Korean release. The main difference is that the Hong Kong release version supports Chinese on-screen text & voices, while the Japanese and Korean versions support texts & voices in their native languages. All releases are Japanese region encoded, which means they run on any Japanese or Asian PS2™ console.


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