PS3 Goes Titanium Blue For Gran Turismo 5 Racing Pack

By Spencer . August 17, 2010 . 10:24pm

imageSony put together a hardware bundle just for Gran Turismo 5 and with a muffler inspired Titanium Blue PS3. The slim PS3 packs a 160GB hard drive and a matching Dualshock 3 controller for 35,980 yen ($420).


Plus you get a first print copy of Gran Turismo 5 with bundle, which comes with a 308 page booklet plus a code to download five stealth cars. The bundle and Gran Turismo 5 come out in Japan on November 3.


Here’s a look at that Titanium Blue console.

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And these are the bonus items that included with the first print run of Gran Turismo 5. The game costs 7,980 yen ($93) in Japan. After the initial run Gran Turismo 5 will still carry a 7,980 yen price tag, but won’t include the book or downloadable stealth cars.


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Nissan GT-R GT500 Stealth Model


Audi R10 TDI Stealth Mode


Honda NSX GT500 Stealth Model


McLaren F1 Stealth Model


Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Stealth Model

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  • nyobzoo

    and here I was hoping it’ll be at least for EU since GT5 is the most popular there

    • MGSBigBoss

      there will be on in eu guarenteed

  • Advent_Andaryu

    I’d love to have that PS3. I’m so reluctant to buy a new PS3 though… I would miss the backwards compatibility too much. On the other hand, I keep running out of space. I guess it’s time to upgrade, although I would prefer a white one. Maybe I should just get a PS2 again (I’d miss the PS3 wireless controller though, ps2 wireless controllers suck)

  • Exand

    Reminds me of a flat Game Cube…

    • MGSBigBoss

      reminds me of a slim PS3…

      • MGSBigBoss

        BUT NOW IT IS BLUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! put a GT logo on it

  • thebanditking

    Man why does Japan get all the awesome stuff? I would buy this in a heart beat if it came over here. I mean this is just so awesome (imo of course) ugh there’s no way we are getting this I just know it, and as usual that stinks. You know I have been a gamer for 21 years and the one thing that has never changed is that Japan gets the best stuff.

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