Gran Turismo 5 creator Kazunori Yamauchi: “Apologies for the delay”

Posted By | On 14th, Oct. 2010

Yesterday we had reported that Gran Turismo 5 once again got delayed. This made many fans including me a bit pissed off. But Gran Turismo 5 creator Kazunori Yamauchi has apologized for the delay.

He tweeted, “Apologies for the delay.”

“It’s because time and labor were spent ironing the kinks out of [the game’s] complex system. I’m really sorry. Everyone, it’s inexcusable… Wait a little longer.”

After a fan tweeted back to him stating fears that the game might be slipped after the holidays, Yamauchi tweeted back, “I believe we won’t keep you waiting until then”

I seriously hope this is the last of many delays.


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