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Yamauchi: Gran Turismo 5 Looks Like a PS4 Game

It's no secret that Gran Turismo 5 looks good. Like, REALLY good. Like "I can't tell if this is a video game or an actual race" good. But did you know, exactly, how good it looks? In an interview with Official PlayStation Magazine (via CVG), Polyphony Digital's Kazunori Yamauchi reveals that "The level of precision we've achieved [in GT5] is actually more suited to the next generation of machines." Also, referring to the game's vehicles, "The detail that goes into a premium model [has] gone beyond the level of the current PlayStation," says Yamauchi. You heard right...Gran Turismo 5 uses technology that HASN'T EVEN BEEN INVENTED YET.


The PS4 Will be More Developer-Friendly

While the PS3 may be a powerhouse of a console it is also a beast to work with, at least if you don't know every little trick to squeezing performance out of the machine. Developers have been frustrated throughout the console's life-cycle at just how complicated it is, and its complexity has caused major developers such as Valve to all but avoid the device up until now. It seems that Sony has learned their lesson though, as the company has confirmed that they are working closely with leading developers from around the world to make the next PlayStation more dev-friendly. Find out how after the break.


Viral Video Teases PS4... Or Possibly 3D

A peculiar new video surfaced over the weekend. It appears to be something to do with PlayStation technology, though exactly what is anyone's guess right now. The video hasn't been confirmed as being from Sony, but there are certainly a few interesting details in there. PlayStation 4? 3D gaming? An as-yet unannounced surprise? Hit the jump for more.


Epic's Mark Rein: We're Not Ready for PS4/Xbox Whatever, Wii Hasn't Run Away with This G

During an interview posted yesterday with Eurogamer, Epic Games Vice President Mark Rein spoke quite a bit on the subject of the industry and where things in the video game business are going. Of note are a few of the following excerpts. During one part, he reiterates the notion that instead of bringing an entirely new console to market, Microsoft will be using Project Natal to prolong the life of the Xbox 360, and Sony will likely be doing the same with their motion controllers for the PlayStation 3. And part of that is due to a number of people not having yet made the HD transition yet. See what he had to say after the cut.