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Yamauchi Talks Gran Turismo 6, Gran Turismo Vita in China

Sony Computer Entertainment is displaying product at the China Joy game event in Beijing this week. On the event's first day yesterday, the company held a Gran Turismo 5 event, and even flew in series producer Kazunori Yamauchi for a signing and press Q&A session.

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Morrigan-Aensland1435d ago

I would love a gran turismo title in vita with 3g multiplayer option.

tachy0n1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

and also with more stuff, i remember, if you had your psp hacked you could unlock many hidden stuff within GTPSP like boost or nitro(from GT4), performance modifications, tracks(smokey mountain,Tahiti Dirt R3 (GT2), test track driving park(GT4) and a whole bunch of features in the game which would make the game alot better! i wonder why polyphony didnt integrated all that into the game even though its in the game files...
The reason its only playable with CFW is because you need to be able to run a homebrew Hex editor to manipulate the coding in the game and activate the tracks. It is doable on OFW with Action Replay.

check out the related videos to see for yourself!

zeeshan1434d ago

By the time he's done with VITA version, we'd be seeing VITA 2 :) Nahh, all jokes aside, I can't imagine what GT6 will look on like PS4 if they were to release it as one of the launch titles?

I mean, some of the games that Sony first party devs made were awesome! Killzone 2 for example. It set the bar so high that I believe no other FPS comes close to it when it comes to graphics. Uncharted 2 and 3 are also in the same league.

Up next, THE LAST OF US and BEYOND look crazy! Every time I see videos of The Last of Us, I always question if it's really PS3 in action. I mean that game looks amazing!

All these gorgeous games are making me work an appetite for the next gen. I say bring on PS4/Nextbox!

mcstorm1435d ago

Ide love this for the PSV so fingers crossed.

DigitalAnalog1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

Get Evolution Studios to do the Vita port with Kaz as director. GT PSP should not be repeated again due to the lack of manpower and resources.

Larry L1435d ago

Well, to be fair to GT PSP.......I understand it's shortcomings.....no tuning, no proper dealerships, and no real A-Spec. BUT.....regardless of those shortcomings, GT PSP is actually pretty great. Probably the best graphics ever on PSP, and if not, at least among the best. Everything looks great. The game has a decent amount and a good range of cars.

But to me the most amazing part of GT PSP is the rediculous number of tracks. I believe it's every GT track ever up to that point. I remember counting one time, and if I recall it is something like 70 unique tracks, it may have even been alot more than that, and the count wasn't including the reverse of all the tracks.

Considering PSP's hardware, I think GT PSP was about as good as it could have been discounting no proper dealerships or A-Spec. I've not played a portable racer that's better in terms of graphics and racing quality (handling, physics).

One of the major reasons I can't wait to get a Vita is so I can put GT PSP on it and see how much better it looks on that OLED screen and Vita's ability to make PSP games look better. I've seen comparisons on quite a few games (and it's awesome), but not GT PSP yet.

SandWitch1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

Quality of GT PSP was impressive. Huge amount of cars, many tracks, great graphics, attention to the details. The only thing I missed was career mode.

I'll be waiting for GT PS Vita no matter how long it takes. Because it will be an amazing game I believe, maybe the most amazing ever put on a handheld.

PirateThom1435d ago

I understand what they tried with GT PSP, but it wasn't what anyone really wanted. People wanted A-Spec, Tuning, all the features of a FULL GT game... but it was never a full GT and never presented as such and it delivered on what it set out to do, to be a portable friendly driving game.

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