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GamePro: Gran Turismo PSP Impressions

GamePro writes: "I played Gran Turismo on a PSP Go, and the bright widescreen display showed off the game's visual prowess. Running at a sleek 60 frames per second -- the holy framerate for precision racers -- Gran Turismo cruises along like a guided missile. Visually, I'd place Gran Turismo on the PSP very close to Gran Turismo 4 on the PS2. It looks crisp and colorful, with bold racetrack backdrops and a cinematic look. It doesn't look as insane as GT5: Prologue on the PS3, but it's terrific all the same".

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40cal3115d ago (Edited 3115d ago )

When I told the guys at GameStop the game was running at 60fps with 800 cars, all three jaws dropped, two of them did not believe me at first.

Edit: From the article.
"Gran Turismo has always been the leader in realistic racing simulation."

mirroredderorrim3115d ago

They need to stop hiring nubs at GS. Hire some real gamers, damn it.

Carl14123114d ago

The writer needs to learn the studio's name aswell :p It's "Polyphony", not "Polyphonal" haha.

Although it does look and sound awesome. I will be buying it for my PSP 2000

raztad3115d ago

"It doesn't look as insane as GT5: Prologue on the PS3, but it's terrific all the same" <----- WOW. They are comparing a "little" portable game with a HD game, GT mobile surely is off the hook.

Jeromejones3115d ago

Damn looks on par with forza 3, probably a bit better.

ambientFLIER3114d ago

Lol. That's so desperate. I don't think anyone will fall for it either.

UltimateIdiot9113115d ago

There will be, you can swap cars between the game. Basically, the plan is unlock many of the car on GT PSP and then use that to unlock the cars in GT5.

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