Shuhei Yoshida And Other Executives Reflect On The Series 20 Years Later

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Shuhei Yoshida And Other Executives Reflect On The Series 20 Years Later

Sony and Polyphony Digital are celebrating Gran Turismo’s 20th birthday a few months early in preparation for the launch of Gran Turismo Sport next week.

A video released today features executives from Polyphony and Sony explaining a bit of the history of the series and what it’s been like to work on the games. President of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida also explains how Polyphony CEO Kazunori Yamauchi’s always optimistic attitude encouraged the team during the development of the original Gran Turismo.

There are a lot of interesting quotes about the series’ development and how it’s changed over the years, including tidbits about the scale of Gran Turismo Sport and the effort that has gone into developing it. Be sure to check out the video below.

Shuhei Yoshida And Other Executives Reflect On The Series 20 Years Later

about X hours ago from
Shuhei Yoshida And Other Executives Reflect On The Series 20 Years Later

Sony and Polyphony Digital are celebrating Gran Turismo’s 20th birthday a few months early in preparation for the launch of Gran Turismo Sport next week.

A video released today features executives from Polyphony and Sony explaining a bit of the history of the series and what it’s been like to work on the games. President of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida also explains how Polyphony CEO Kazunori Yamauchi’s always optimistic attitude encouraged the team during the development of the original Gran Turismo.

There are a lot of interesting quotes about the series’ development and how it’s changed over the years, including tidbits about the scale of Gran Turismo Sport and the effort that has gone into developing it. Be sure to check out the video below.

Cosmo The Spacedog Sets Up The Story In New Trailer

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Cosmo The Spacedog Sets Up The Story In New Trailer

Even though it's typically obscured beneath a haze of slapstick and rubber-duck jokes, TT Games' Lego titles do actually contain narrative strings that tie the experiences together. Really! If you don't believe us, a new trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 will certainly dismantle your skepticism. It highlights the main conflict between a massive roster of heroes and their time-travelling foe, Kang the Conqueror. Also, it's narrated by Cosmo The Spacedog, who is a good boy.

You may recognize the voice of Kang the Conqueror, too. Actor Peter Serafinowicz, who plays TheTick on Amazon's The Tick voices the villain.

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Cosmo The Spacedog Sets Up The Story In New Trailer

about X hours ago from
Cosmo The Spacedog Sets Up The Story In New Trailer

Even though it's typically obscured beneath a haze of slapstick and rubber-duck jokes, TT Games' Lego titles do actually contain narrative strings that tie the experiences together. Really! If you don't believe us, a new trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 will certainly dismantle your skepticism. It highlights the main conflict between a massive roster of heroes and their time-travelling foe, Kang the Conqueror. Also, it's narrated by Cosmo The Spacedog, who is a good boy.

You may recognize the voice of Kang the Conqueror, too. Actor Peter Serafinowicz, who plays TheTick on Amazon's The Tick voices the villain.

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Launch Trailer Reveals Horrifying Sights

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Launch Trailer Reveals Horrifying Sights

Tango Gameworks' upcoming sequel to The Evil Within launches in a couple of days, and a new trailer highlights some of the game's horrific creatures and setpieces.

Take a look at the clip below to see a host of monstrous enemies, weird hallucinatory imagery, and a fair bit of gore. Don't worry – it's all in Sebastien Castellanos' head. Or is it?

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Launch Trailer Reveals Horrifying Sights

about X hours ago from
Launch Trailer Reveals Horrifying Sights

Tango Gameworks' upcoming sequel to The Evil Within launches in a couple of days, and a new trailer highlights some of the game's horrific creatures and setpieces.

Take a look at the clip below to see a host of monstrous enemies, weird hallucinatory imagery, and a fair bit of gore. Don't worry – it's all in Sebastien Castellanos' head. Or is it?

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