The US PlayStation Blog recently asked for some reader questions to be fired off to Gran Turismo PSP's US producers Chris Hinojosa Miranda and Taku Imasaki. Well, they've got the answers back, so let's take a look at some of the stuff they've revealed.
Will cars get damaged on GT PSP?
Will we see Porche, Lamborghini in the PSP version?
- Damage? No. 800 cars, 35 tracks, on-the-go awesomeness, and a lifetime s worth of racing, yes.
Will there be a downloadable demo of Gran Turismo for the PSP?
- Our car selection is pretty broad there is a lot of candy, that s for sure but as far as flavors, you ll just have to wait a bit more.
It appears that the AI car count is 3 cars on track. Counting you, there would be 4 cars in the race. Wouldn t it have been better to drop the framerate of the game from 60 to 30 and increased the car count?
- We wish we can provide one, but at this time, there are no plans. We are focusing our efforts on Gran Turismo and GT5.
Gran Turismo PSP is currently slated for an October 1 release in the US.
- We went through many experiments but came to the conclusion that having three opponents gives you the best portable racing experience while maintaining the Gran Turismo level of quality.