Polyphony Digital

Polyphony Digital

Polyphony Digital, Inc. is an internal video game developing company of Sony Computer Entertainment and is part of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios. Originally a development group within Sony Computer Entertainment, however after the success of Gran Turismo in Japan, they were granted greater autonomy and their name changed to Polyphony Digital.

The studio is best known for its Gran Turismo racing game series. Led by Kazunori Yamauchi, Gran Turismo became the most successful racing series for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 The Gran Turismo series is designed to be a real driving simulator, offering realistic driving physics. In 2006, Polyphony released Tourist Trophy, in an attempt to bring the realism of Gran Turismo to motorcycle racing.

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... Polyphony Digital has also been involved in real life automotive projects ... GT-R's user-friendly 'multi-function meter', the car maker says Polyphony was the obvious choice because of the simple menu systems applied to video games such as Gran Turismo ... - which anyone can use - and then applying it to the car." Ikiuo Seiichi from Polyphony Digital encoded and decoded the cutscenes of The Legend of Dragoon ...
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... racing driver, and most notably, CEO of Polyphony Digital and producer of the Gran Turismo series ... He became the president of Polyphony Digital after designing his first game Motor Toon Grand Prix, a cartoon-inspired racing title similar to Mario Kart ... out to other game genres in 1999 Polyphony Digital released Omega Boost, a shoot 'em up title set in space, which has since proven to be Yamauchi's only foray outside of ...
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... developer shipping more than 50 million copies since 1998 Polyphony Digital had collaborated with real life Japanese performance parts makers and tuners, mainly related to Nissan ... Polyphony Digital also did exterior design for the Amuse S2000 GT1 (2005) and artwork design for the Formula Nippon racing team Impul racer (2006) ... Some of the parts designed by Polyphony Digital such as the Carmate Opera Z's full aero kit including front bumper, sideskirt, rear bumper and rear spoiler, were eventually manufactured and sold by Japanese tuner ...