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Gran Turismo Sport's debut, you might have heard, was far from spectacular. Polyphony's debut on the PlayStation 4 didn't just lack the spectacle you'd hope for from one of Sony's most famous developers; the demo fell flat, the messaging was mixed and the problems that have plagued Gran Turismo for generations had seemingly been left to fester. Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi has always danced to his own tune - probably the eccentric assault of a BRM V16 as it thunders up the hill of his beloved Goodwood - but the disappointing droning engine sounds found in Gran Turismo Sport back then suggested that maybe he'd fallen desperately out of touch.

Earlier today, we posted about the “Star of Lucis” Audi R8 created for Final Fantasy XV‘s feature film Kingsglaive. Back then we didn’t yet know how much it’ll cost. Now we do.

A PR rep from Audi Japan reached out with a press release providing more detail, including the price. If you want the car, you’ll have to be ready to drop 5,000,0015 yen. That tanslates to roughly $469,000, which happens to be nearly thrice as much as a stock Audi R8 V10. Considering that this one is one-of-a-kind, that’s not too bad.

iSabiPlay Limited presents to you a life time opportunity to win a BRAND NEW CAR in Africa's biggest and most lucrative video gaming competition tagged " The iSabiPlay Gaming Competition". 

This competition is aimed at associating with and rewarding not only passion and enthusiasm for the round leather game of football but also the gaming phenomenon. This event is also targeted at promoting healthy and positive rivalry which conversely fosters unity among youths resident in Lagos, the most populous black city and the richest city in Africa. Participation is open to teenagers and youths between the ages of 18 and 35.

For participation details, follow @iSabiPlay on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

If you’ve been paying attention to the GTA 5 YouTube sphere, you may have noticed a slew of videos following a “can X stop the train” trend. You might have also noticed that about 95% of said videos are trash with zero production value, with the remaining 5% being videos parodying and critiquing the new trend.

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