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Insomniac: “If It Hadn’t Been For Sony, We Wouldn’t Be Where We Are Now”

by Ernice Gilbert on October 20th, 2010, under Insomniac Games, News, Sony

When news broke that Insomniac Games had reached a deal with EA Partners to release their next big game, one that will see a release on PS3 and Xbox 360, gaming’s web had much to say about the development. Was it a good move to part ways with Sony and start doing multiplatform titles? Will it make any difference at all?

Many questions were asked and varying opinions still linger today, the main thing is, though, Insomniac Games remains independent and gets to dictate its own future, something studio boss Ted Price appreciates. For him, it was never about the money, and yet he’s extremely grateful to Sony for being a great partner for so long.

He reckons Insomniac would not be where it is today if Sony hadn’t played such an instrumental role

For Yoshida, Insomniac’s Multiplatform Move Was “Sad”

by Ernice Gilbert on July 8th, 2010, under Insomniac Games, News, Sony

Head of Sony Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, has been at Sony all his life. Insomniac Games have been with Sony for most of the studio’s existence also. It was Yoshida who “personally was the producer in Japan for Spyro the Dragon and Rachet & Clank.” So when he heard, way back in 2008, that the developer wanted to part ways so they could reach a wider audience, it saddened him.

PS3 Developers Compete Against Each Other To Push The Console To New Heights

In the end, there will be only chaos, but in the beginning there was only fear. Fear that God of War III wouldn’t live up to Uncharted 2 and Killzone 2′s graphical benchmark, God of War III director, Stig Asmussen said.

Uncharted 2 Gets Pimped Up

by Stevie on January 21st, 2010, under Articles, Gaming News, Rumor

All you Uncharted fans out there; this is something you’re not going to want to miss. Over in Japan, Sony will be releasing an Uncharted Twin Pack (containing both games from the Uncharted franchise) on February 18th for 7,980 Yen – the equivalent of $88. Classy, don’t you think?

Bet you’re sitting pretty there and wondering: how does this affect me? Well, seems Sony and Naughty Dog have gone a bit crazy with the latest idea for their Uncharted 2 DLC.