Kaz speaks – Forza 3 is not a simulator & Damage modelling is easy

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Kazunori Yamauchi the brains behind the Gran Turismo series has been talking about the game at the motoring extravaganza that is SEMA Las Vegas.

Some of the more interesting points he raises are that the current GT5 has been built from scratch over the last 5 years, it has cost $60 million to develop and GT6 is going to be published using the same engine so we can expect it to be completed much quicker.

In more controversial news Kaz states that damage modelling is easy, that GT5 will teach Formula 1 drivers some new tricks and Forza 3 isn’t bad but it’s not a driving simulator.

He also doesn’t feel it’s his job to sell the product and you can pick that up from his short responses to some of the questions he doesn’t really want to answer.

GT5 is releasing in Japan in March 2010 with other regions following after that. Check out the entire interview through the link below.

Source: Autoweek

Last Updated: November 6, 2009

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