- Graphics (resolution jump, HD) will surprise gamers with finished products
- Real life physics can be worked into games, along with hundreds of bystanders watching a race
- Online network or networking... will turn into something new the whole world can understand and get in on
- Viewable distance -- able to see hundreds of meters ahead in a race now instead of thirty or so
- Gran Turismo will change and evolve, sending new car data across the network almost daily
- Not only able to race against others over the network, a community of sorts will form
- PS3 as a television revolution, changing what is meant when we ask "what's on tv?"
- Games and movies are on equal ground with the PS3 -- no more excuses of "it's just a game"... finer details and programming are necessary. (So this weeds out the shoddy games? Hmm.)
- Yamauchi closes by saying he wishes to change the world with his games and the PS3 is the tool to cause such a revolution
Wow! Now that's flattery. We'll have to see how Gran Turismo's latest incarnation turns out and if any of these points are realized. Surely some will, but a revolution? Wasn't there another system claiming to be a "Revolution"? That's different, but hey. Check out the story on IGN if you want a little more detail on any of the points, though there's not too much else to scrape from it unless you understand Japanese and watch the PlayBeyond interview.