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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1921d ago | review

Game Revolution: Gran Turismo (PSP) Review

Duke Nukem Forever might have garnered the infamous reputation for legendary production delays and eventual death before ever getting released, but Gran Turismo PSP wasn't far off that path for a long while. Announced in 2005 as the PlayStation Portable was being released, it has seen its fair share of speed bumps along a very curvy development road. Like its bigger brethren Gran Turismo 5, GT PSP has a lot to prove as the first game in the series on Sony's handheld system. (Gran Turismo, PSP) C+/A+

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