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Posted 20 June 2007 - 04:43 PM

Sony San Diego Shifts Developers To PSN Games
Posted by XanTium | 20-6-2007 11:43 EST

From gamasutra.com:

Sony San Diego Shifts Developers To PSN Games Talking to Gamasutra as part of an upcoming San Diego Studio Tour series, SCEA producer Jim Molinets has revealed that the studio's internal team has "shifted focus" from large-scale PS2/PS3 titles into three PlayStation Network PS3 downloadable games, underscoring Sony's support for digital downloads.

Molinets explained to Gamasutra: "Internally, we have shifted our focus from doing large-scope PS2 and PS3 titles to doing PSN titles exclusively. We've got three smaller groups now, and they're all doing very differentiated products with different requirements."

Sony's model for PSN has been significantly more first-party oriented than Microsoft's similar plans for Xbox Live Arcade, which only uses its internal Carbonated Games studio (Uno). As a contrast, Sony's internal studios have already released Blast Factor and Calling All Cars, and there appear to be multiple new first party PSN games on the way.

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 10:11 PM

I thought Blu-Ray was supposed to be used more to offer more greater worlds and the like?

Seems like most developers are swaying to PSN games atm.

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