Finally, after so long years of waiting, my beloved gran turismo
will release in psp.. :Jump:
Called a "full-scale Gran Turismo," series mastermind Kazunori Yamauchi came on stage at Sony's E3 press conference to officially announce Gran Turismo Mobile for PSP, coming October 1. Running at 60 frames per second, Mobile will have 800 cars and 35 tracks, plus the ability to share cars from your garage with other players. Support for four player local multiplayer over ad hoc is supported, which we can take to mean there won't be any online support -- unfortunate, but not entirely surprising. The announcements were capped off with a trailer for the game that looked awfully prettysource: Gran Turismo Mobile Coming to PSP October 1: News from 1UP.comOn to Polyphony Digital and Kazunouri "Gran Turismo" Yamauchi, who announced Gran Turismo for the PSP before smoothly pulling a PSP Go out of his pocket running the game. Yamauchi claimed that it was running at 60 fps, and that the final version comes stacked with 800 cars, 35 tracks, and 60 track layout variations. Unique to the PSP: You can trade and share cars between your garage and the garages of other players. Yamauchi said gathering all 800 cars yourself will be difficult, so they've intentionally designed the game so that you'll want to work with friends to get the full deck. On top of that, it's the full-size GT experience, not a scaled-down subset of the series, he emphasized. It's coming October 1 to complement the PSP Go's launch.