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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo PSP' started by GTPNewsWire, Oct 1, 2019.
You have to buy it from the Vita store, it's under PSP games.
I didn't tried USB, but bluetooth and through wi-fi works alright. Also you always can download it if game in your PSN library.
The official "Content Manager Assistant" for PC doesn't copy games.
Honestly really hadn't played a GT game in a while until GT PSP since GT2 on the PSX. We didn't have a PS2, so I never got to experience GT3 and GT4 when they were new. But after my brother bought me a PSP, I had to get the game. Spent so many nights staying up playing it after my parents told me not to and hours after school playing one on one with a friend over wifi (in the same house). GT PSP certainly helped get me hyped up for Gran Turismo 5's release.
I didn't play the game very much on my PSP (which I still have), but I just discovered PPSSPP on my phone and it really transforms the experience.
On a fairly cheap phone it can run pretty well and looks great. You can also use a Dualshock 4 with customised controls e.g. Triggers for throttle and brake.
This is the game that got me back into gaming. I got a PSP super cheap in 2009, wanted a Gran Turismo game and found out it was coming a few months later. When it finally did I got super addicted to it. Had so much fun there was no way I was not getting a PS3 and GT5 when it came out a year later.
Since then I've been way into gaming when before GT PSP, I rarely played and never payed attention to video games. GT PSP sparked my interest.
Also, GT PSP still has the most challenging AI in the series.
I recall when 10 years ago, after few weeks of the game being released, few unused tracks were find out.. so amazing to play them
Thank you @Scaff and @Bloodytears! Once I can locate my Vita in one of the boxes, I will try to load the game on it!
Got this game way back in 2011 when I don't have GT5 and PS3 yet. GTPSP was used to be an average racing game with only basic modes (single-race minus career mode, driving missions, car dealership, local multiplayer and replay theater) until I fully mastered the green hell which made this game the best of all mobile racing games, even to this very day. My PSP defunct 3 years ago but I still have my UMD copy on its case and backup my save file and free DLCs in case I want to resume GTPSP on my smartphone.
I still remembered finally getting all Gold in the Challenges earlier this year. And I played this game since it came out...