E3 ’09: Polyphony Announces Gran Turismo PSP

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Polyphony Digital’s Kazunouri Yamauchi has announced at Sony Computer Entertainment’s E3 conference that Gran Turismo is coming to PSP. The PSP game will sport 800 cars and 35 tracks with 60 variations running at 60 frames per second.

The game featuers a single-player mode, time trials, drift trials, mission challenge mode and legacy license mode. The game also has multiplayer support for up to four friends via ad-hoc, and friends will be able to share cars from garage to garage.

Yamauchi thinks gathering with your friends is an important part of the PSP game.

The PSP game is on display at the E3 showfloor.

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