Here Come Some Letters And Numbers – PSP, GT, 60FPS

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It makes me really sad to think that I bought my launch PSP pretty much solely to get my hands on the first ever proper mobile version of Gran Tursimo. It’s now years later and only now am I actually going to get what was promised so very long ago.

The good news is, that as per usual with Polyphony Digital and the Gran Turismo series, it’s usually worth the wait.

This video shows off a ton of footage from the game, seriously, a lot and all running at a 60 frames per second.

Hit the link below to check it out, embedding is unfortunately not enabled for the video as it is an exclusive.

Video Source: Eurogamer/Digital Foundry

Last Updated: September 15, 2009

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Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since ’08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

  • Ruslan

    Will the PSP version in ANY way link up with the upcoming PS3 version to enhance the gameplay? Like a track layout screen or rear view mirror? They were hinting at these options back with the F1 CE version… which never materialized.

  • ewie

    See both eurogamer and ign gave were bad reviews, seems
    like a lack of season mode is driving reviews down.

    Ign. 6.8
    Eurogamer 7.0

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