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    The release dates of all the games are definitely important. I think that my hex edit of the GT2 demo disc was also a watershed moment -- people poured into the GTF back then because the FAQ was an exclusive source of GT2 pre-release information. I remember getting an official credit in Germany's Official Playstation Magazine, and became friends with Jaz, an editor over at IGN. The US producer of GT thought I ran GT.com, and we stay in touch to this day - though we haven't had the pleasure of meeting in person yet.

    Bryan's GT Academy win is worthy of being on the timeline, too. And don't forget the GT party dates. We had at least four HTX-GTPs in Houston.

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    I like that you reverted back to HK86.

    I think I'll put my 21 back... but I'm not going to add the space back in.

    Awww, doesn't look like I can change it without re-registering. Maybe $Deity can add it for me.
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    Shmaybe.
    Whoomah!

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    Thanks.

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    https://web.archive.org/web/20010715...ame=Godson9888

    22-02-2000


    I'm closing in on my 14 year anniversary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HondaKid86 View Post
    We had at least four HTX-GTPs in Houston.
    Ah, what wild festivals of debauchery those were...

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    http://www.autoblog.com/2014/01/21/k...-jan-22-video/

    Kaz documentary by Urban Outlaw filmmakers premieres on Hulu January 22nd

    A documentary directed by Tamir Moscovici, the man behind the 30-minute documentary on outlaw Porsche builder Magnus Walker, will be airing on Hulu on Januarty 22. Called Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide, this could be, for now, the definitive video document surveying the past 22 years of GT in the words of the man who saw it through from idea to what he has in mind next for the world of GT.

    The filmmakers and Kazunori will host a roundtable on Twitch.tv that accompanies the airing and offers the chance to win $1,000,000 in Gran Turismo 6 credits. You'll find the two-minute trailer below

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