Gran Turismo (PSP)

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 3.29m
Platform: PlayStation Portable
Developer: Polyphony Digital Genre: Racing

Total Units

North America: 0.51m 15.4%
+ Europe: 1.60m 48.7%
+ Japan: 0.31m 9.5%
+ Rest of the World: 0.87m 26.4%
= Global 3.29m

Release History

Gran Turismo Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan01st October 2009Retail
Gran Turismo Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope01st October 2009Retail
Gran Turismo (PSP) Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America01st October 2009Retail
Gran Turismo (PSP) Polyphony DigitalEurope01st October 2009Retail

Game Overview

This is the first (and currently the only) entry in the Gran Turismo racing series to be released on a handheld system.

Gran Turismo is a driving simulator released for the PSP handheld system. It was released simultaneously in UMD form in retail stores and as a digital download in the PlayStation Store. This iteration of the game introduced several new car manufacturers to the series, including Lamborghini and Bugatti, and the addition of a drift challenge mode. The series's trademark License Tests make a return, but this time as an optional full fledged campaign that will hone your skills. The game contains over 800 licensed cars (including off road / rally vehicles, pickup trucks, concept cars, and racing modified vehicles) and over 40 different race tracks. (although many of those cars and tracks are merely variations of one another, with some vehicles appearing and performing identically to one another) Players are allowed to transfer their Gran Turismo garage into their Gran Turismo 5 garage.

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TrevDaRev (on 19 November 2013)
3.06m? This has been adjusted up.
Groundking (on 17 July 2013)
C'mon ioi it's shipment sales are
4.22m now, under tracked so ridiculously
needs to be about 4.2mill
Cold Light (on 18 April 2012)
Nice sales, I enjoyed this game! Hope PS
Vita will get its own GT game some time
ethomaz (on 06 February 2012)
The shipment sales is now 3.61m... 1.29m
shipped just in 2011 (more than GT5).
gipsy_jack (on 05 November 2011)
i meant zero k sold in japan!!! how
possible !
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