Sony Senior Product Marketing Manager Stephanie Yoshimoto has shared a Gran Turismo PSP 'Behind the Scenes' video (below) today on the PlayStation Blog, and to celebrate the title's launch GTPlanet.net have revealed a Gran Turismo PSP Car List featuring over 800 cars!
To quote: It's been four months since we officially took off the car cover on Gran Turismo for PSP at E3 back in June, and Gran Turismo makes its big debut on the PSP today. Thanks to all the dedicated GT fans for the support!
Those of you who have already downloaded it from PSN or bought it at your local retailer already know that Gran Turismo delivers an unrivaled and authentic racing experience on the PSP, not to mention a massive collection of 800+ cars.
Polyphony Digital specifically designed the game for the PSP, with more accessible gameplay modes and more social gaming-oriented multiplayer racing. Gran Turismo breaks a lot of new ground, both technologically in terms of hardware performance, as well as in terms of bringing innovative new features to the Gran Turismo series that are tailored for gaming on the go.
By the way, thanks for your positive feedback on our Gran Turismo TV commercial. The TV shoot itself was so exciting that we just had to create a Behind the Scenes video to show you how we captured the competition between the Corvette ZR1 and Gran Turismo on the PSP at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
The video features interviews with director Jeff Zwart, as well as Rhys Millen, driver of the ZR1, and Tanner Foust, passenger playing the PSP. Tanner is used to driving at fast speeds as a famed drift and rally champion, but had to adjust to playing the PSP while being thrown around by Rhys' driving. My favorite part of the day was driving in that camera car you see in the video, especially down the corkscrew!
I hope you enjoy the behind the scenes video and the TV commercial as much as we all enjoyed making them.
Don't forget that you can get a red Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren to add to your in-game car collection in this month's episode of Qore, for a limited time only.
One car down, more than 800 left to go! And all the cars you unlock in the PSP version can be transferred over to Gran Turismo 5 when it comes out. Happy racing!
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