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Kazunori Yamauchi talks

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by Bram, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. Bram

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  2. I saw gameplay for the GT Mobile, it looks superb! On par with GT4 for the PS2, they definately know how to squeeze the best out of a console.
  3. Indeed.

    Trying to imagine it myself. All the tracks from GT1 till 5 are there he says, together with almost every car ever made in a GT game. And that on the same graphics engine like GT4, This alone just put the PSP on a new level...

    How do they do this??
  4. It looks really good for such a little console. My girlfriend has a PSP she doesnt use..... Im tempted.
  5. Actually, it's all the tracks from GT4 and some others I think, and GT4 cars plus some GT5 ones.
  6. I'm going to get GT Mobile when its released, considering its pedigree it will surely be the best handheld racing game to date and ideal for getting a quick racing fix when I'm away from home.
  7. There is a slightly longer version of that video where Kazunori Yamauchi talks about car ownership and how they hope to make it so that the cars you own in GT PSP will transfer over into GT5 and perhaps even into future versions such as GT6. Have a listen at just over a minute into this video.

  8. All the courses are included of every GT game they ever had:)

    At the last part from the last video. 2min 26 sec
  9. I heard lies, lies!
  10. Lol Mark, you mean Kaz is lying?
  11. Nah, I hard at an E3 thing that "it will contain all GT4 cars an tracks" they said there were going to be 35 tracks, more than that including the previous instalments. Now, maybe there will be more tracks later in development. DLC?
  12. Sure i heard something about there will be no DLC for GT on PSP. Ill try find it.
  13. Well, I still believe Kaz more than some heard stuff. Lol:dance2:
    But yeah, if he plans to do it like Prologue alot can come afterwards as download content... Let's just hope that alot is basic though.

    Btw check this out. Top Gear seems to be quite enthousiastic too on the fifth installment of the series: