I.materialise is 3D printing company. For years, the company churned out concept cars. "We make a lot of concept cars using 3D printing but we're never allowed to talk about them," says i.materialise's Joris Peels. This time is different.
Gran Turismo developers Polyphony Digital have released a tally of lifetime sales figures for the series, useful not only for armchair statisticians, but also those curious as to how well Gran Turismo PSP has performed.
Europe's already got one up over America when it comes to Gran Turismo on the PSP, with early PSPgo adopters getting GTPSP for free. So did they really need a couple of fancy limited edition packs as well?
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.
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!
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.