Gran Turismo 6: Asia Exclusive 15th Anniversary Edition – What do you get?
I have to say, Gran Turismo 6 is better than I expected it to be. I initially thought it would be similar to Gran Turismo 5. It looks pretty much the same graphics wise. Everything else feels a bit different.
If you’re not into reading and prefer watching a video, here’s my video on youtube on just about the same thing:
It’s a great game so do yourself a favour if you’re into racing games and just get it. I was always going to get it, but this time, I got the 15th anniversary edition. I didn’t buy the special edition for GT5 when it came out, so why not for GT6? It’s $40 extra but it sure is worth it. I’m a bit surprised that it’s on the PlayStation 3 with the PlayStation 4 just released. We might still get GT6 on the PS4, but it may be the same thing.
One of the reasons why I wanted the collectors’ edition for GT5 was to get the Nissan GT-R diecast model. For the 15th anniversary edition, you’ll get the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 N21 2013 car with the speical GT6 15th anniversary livery in that awesome blue colour with the 15 on it down the middle. That’s my first non-F1 car in a 1:43 scale diecast, maybe that’s the first of a new collection haha.
If you’re not getting the special edition, you’ll get the game and the B-Spec book (well, that’s what I see so for others it might just be the game). The game is the game so nothing to add there haha. The book is good, really enjoy reading about it. You’ll get these two no matter which one you’re buying.
One of the pictures I forgot to take was the paper about the things you’d get from the special edition DLC when you type in the redeem codes. You’ll get 20 cars with the 15th anniversary blue livery, one millions credit in you starting balance and a special 15th anniversary livery helmet and racing suit to your collection of helmets and suits. These 20 cars should be the same no matter which part of the world you get these from.
Alpine – A110 1600S ’72 – 15th Anniversary Special
Audi – quattro S1 Rally Car ’86 – 15th Anniversary Special
Audi – R18 TDI ’11 – 15th Anniversary Special
BMW – Z8 ’01 – 15th Anniversary Special
Chevrolet – Corvette Coupe (C2) ’63 – 15th Anniversary Special
Cizeta – V16T ’94 – 15th Anniversary Special
Ford – Focus ST ’13 – 15th Anniversary Special
Ford – GT40 Mark I ’66 – 15th Anniversary Special
Ford – Shelby GT500 ’13 – 15th Anniversary Special
Honda – HSV-010 GT ’11 – 15th Anniversary Special
KTM – X-Bow R ’12 – 15th Anniversary Special
Lancia – Stratos ’73 – 15th Anniversary Special
Lexus – IS F Racing Concept ’08 – 15th Anniversary Special
Lotus – Europa S.2 ’68 – 15th Anniversary Special
Mercedes-Benz – SLS AMG GT3 ’11 – 15th Anniversary Special
Pagani – Huayra ’13 – 15th Anniversary Special
Renault Sport – Megane Trophy ’11 – 15th Anniversary Special
Shelby – Cobra Daytona Coupe ’64 – 15th Anniversary Special
Toyota – 86 GT ’12 – 15th Anniversary Special
Volkswagen – Scirocco GT24 ’08 – 15th Anniversary Special
Then there’s the bonus three extra for the Asian edition (some have extras too I think). For the Asian editions, you’ll get another code to download these three cars:
Chevrolet – Corvette Stingray (C7) ’14 – 15th Anniversary Special
SRT – Viper GTS ’13 – 15th Anniversary Special
Telsa Motors – Model S Singnature Performance ’12 – 15th Anniversary Special
Yes, it’s a 3-D card with the three cars. The code will be on the black sheet of paper behind it. So if you can get this 15th anniversary edition, go get it! It’s worth the extra money in my view. The one thing I like about the game is that the racing isn’t the only fun thing to do, you can take pictures of the car as if you’re taking it from a DSLR camera or something. Racing and taking pictures of cars, two of my favourite things to do!