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PSBlog: 3-and-a-half Minutes with Polyphony Digital's Kazunori Yamauchi

PlayStation.Blog writes: "Towards the end of E3, at the end of the next-to-last day, I got a call from SCEA San Diego colleague Scott Goryl. "Wanna talk to Kazunori?" he asked. Chris and I ran from the LA Convention Center to the hotel suite, where I was able to jump in at the end of a long day of interviews with the producer of the Gran Turismo series. How much time did I get? Enough to ask 4 questions".

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i_am_interested2969d ago (Edited 2969d ago )

theres a lot of people on this board who are whining for GT5 and cricizing PD for taking five years (M$ fanboys) but if u have listened to their interviews, theyve spent a lot of time working on GT psp in order to provide the full GT experience - which is very crucial to the RElaunch of the psp

he's talked before about there were a lot days they didnt even work on GT5

im ok waiting on gt5 though, that extra polish is what i pay for

paskowitz2969d ago

2 games in five years is pretty standard (border line but still) when you think about it. Considering they had never worked with the PSP before and were working on GT5 at the same time. Doing things side by side makes everything you do take longer. Considering they were making GTPSP GT5 is not taking that an unreasonable amount of time to come out (not that the wait does not suck).

mayberry2969d ago

I will say I want it now! but as a fan I want it very polished!
lotus exige ftw!

paskowitz2969d ago

I sat in a Lotus Exige. I reved a Lotus Exige. I sat shotgun in a Lotus Exige. It was the best day ever.

poindat2969d ago

“We always set very high goals and ideals for our games, and the GT5 trailer that you saw [at E3] is a very small portion of what we’re working on. And as long as we actually achieve our goals and fulfill our expectations, I’m sure it would set the new industry standard.”

A very small portion, eh? Oh man, GT5 is going to be amazing. Can't. Wait.