[PS3] Gran Turismo 5
Posted 17 November 2008 - 02:07 PM
Jeff Staple recently spent some time at Polyphony Digital, and snapped some interesting shots of things going on around the company’s headquarters. The images give us a peak at the new Mercedes-Benz C63 in development, virtually confirming it for the next game. We’ve also got our first look at Gran Turismo 5’s Tsukuba circuit through the windshield of the new BMW Z4 M Coupe, a wireframe model of the Nissan 370Z’s guage cluster, a Maserati Spyder undergoing sound testing, and two other currently unknown vehicles. Less revealing images documented the hard-working and seemingly cluttered atmosphere of the offices, providing an intimate look at what it’s like to work on the GT series. Join the discussion in our forums, and stop by Jeff’s blog to see all of the pictures!
intervista a Kazunori Yamauchi
Posted 05 December 2008 - 09:45 AM
Sure, we’ve seen plenty of cars from the real world introduced into theGran Turismo games - it happens at SEMA each year. We’ve even got theGTbyCitroen, a real world concept crafted by Polyphony Digital themselves. What we haven’t seen, until now, is a car coming out of the game into real life. According to early rumors, that’s exactly what is about to happen with the Tuned Nissan Skyline Coupe (V36) that we all know from Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. The car will apparently be crafted by high-end Japanese tuning shop Zele Performance, to be introduced at the2009 Tokyo Auto Salon in January. We’ll keep an eye on this and post more details as they emerge…Read the full article @ http://www.gtplanet.net
Posted 11 May 2009 - 07:27 PM
The graphics of GT5 Prologue “is incredible realistic. What can you still in this game improve?
Kazunori Yamauchi: GT5 is a greater choice on motor vehicles and Routes offer. And we provide more features for Online communities to Disposal. We are also working with high live close to a graphic representation for rain and night.
Posted 12 May 2009 - 06:48 AM
Finalmente un GT più reale, con meno sportellate stile macchine del lunapark.
Posted 19 May 2009 - 04:26 PM
Kazunori Yamauchi is in Dubai, watching Lucas cross the finish line. He is impressed. “I always believed that someone good at GT could drive as fast as a professional,” he says. “In fact, I think that they could go even faster.” Sounds like a challenge for anyone thinking of having a shot at the GT Academy this year, a competition Darren promises will be even bigger.
In other words - a new GT Academy is coming soon! How, though, could the competition get any “bigger” than it already is? An optimistic prediction would imply national Academy competitions beyond European borders, providing North American, Asian, and Australian drivers the chance to join in the fun. Regional restrictions angered many eager competitors last year, and holding “Round 2″ on a world stage would be an excellent way to drum up excitement for the Gran Turismo brand before a late fall release of Gran Turismo 5… We will definitely be keeping an eye on this!
Posted 02 June 2009 - 11:23 PM
Non so che dire, Grafica ancoram igliorata a quanto pare. Ottimo il tramonto alla fine (buona implementazione dell notte/giorno), ottima la licenza WRC, invece mi fa storcere il naso tutta la parte iniziale (mah) e il NASCAR.
Posted 02 June 2009 - 11:52 PM