If there is one thing about YouTube, it would be this – all of the videos are free to watch as there is no subscription fee for the masses (generally speaking, of course), although certain videos do require you to key in your birth date before you are able to check out its content. Well, we are pleased as punch to announce that KAZ: Pushing the Virtual Divide, which happens to be a documentary on the evolution of Gran Turismo, is now available to watch on YouTube.
This particular documentary would also see its creator Kazunori Yamauchi appear, and apart from YouTube, there will be two other online video streaming services which will carry this particular documentary – Vimeo and Reel House, at least according to director Tamir Moscovici. In this Gran Turismo documentary’s blurb, it mentions, “This film is about drive. It’s about the passion and creative drive of Kazunori Yamauchi, the architect behind Gran Turismo’s birth and breath-taking fifteen-year evolution. This film will trace his relentless willingness to challenge himself, to hold none of his past achievements sacred, and push beyond the virtual divide in his pursuit of perfection. Through the support of PlayStation, Kaz’s journey has forever changed the gaming and automotive landscape and in doing so, has redefined how we perceive the relationship between art, entertainment and culture.”
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