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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1898d ago | review

Gamer Limit Review: Gran Turismo PSP

As you would expect from a Gran Turismo game, each car is rendered with stunning visual clarity, despite the hardware limitations of the PSP, resulting in a near perfect impersonation of Gran Turismo 4 that runs at a solid 60 frames per second. That's not to say it's immaculate, however, as a few technical hiccups remain; backdrops often look poorly detailed and the scenery can have some nasty glitchy habits. Nevertheless, Gran Turismo is indisputably a technical marvel for the PSP in terms of aesthetics and sheer scale, making it an ambitious and comparable beast to its console counterparts. (Gran Turismo, PSP) 7/10

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