With the PlayStation Portable on the brink of total irrelevance in the US, Sony is beginning the process of putting its last bundles together, which for anyone who hasn't yet got a PSP and won't be in the market for the upcoming NGP, aren't too bad a deal!
PSP games are notorious for going easy on gameplay footage during trailers. Ditto for the Gran Turismo series. So it's nice seeing Digital Foundry put together their own Gran Turismo PSP clip, which features nothing but real gameplay.
The Limited Edition Gran Turismo Entertainment Pack, announced for Japan last month, is coming to the U.S. on Oct. 20 and brings with it an interesting freebie.
The old PSP is going out with a bang in Japan later this year, with the October release of a special Gran Turismo PSP hardware bundle.
Like other racing games, Gran Turismo is often criticised for offering up screenshots that are...well, not what you'll see in the game. Which is why we like these screens so much. They're exactly what you'll see in the game.
Sony announced today at its GamesCom press event that PSP Go owners in Europe and PAL territories can score Gran Turismo PSP for free if they register between October 1 and 10.
While we can debate the merits of Gran Turismo as a game til the cows come home, nobody is going to argue against the fact it's an excellent reference/shrine for car lovers. But just how good are Polyphony's artists?
This game's been so long coming, it's reached almost mythical proportions. So you'd expect Gran Turismo PSP's box art to include something...otherworldly. But nope. It's just a car!
In these new batch of Gran Turismo screens we get a look at how the Playstation Portable version of the game treats cars like the Enzo and GTR.
After a development time that can only be described as comedic, Gran Turismo will finally be coming to the PSP this October. Here are some surprisingly honest screenshots.
While it's been a bit of a running joke since the launch of the PSP all the way back in 2004, Gran Turismo for the PlayStation Portable is real. And it'll be out this October.