SCE: We spent more on first-party content than Microsoft and Nintendo combined

Posted By | On 24th, Jan. 2012 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


Jack Buser, who works at Sony Computer Entertainment, revealed how much Sony spends on their first-party speaking to IndustryGamers at CES this year.

“We have a 15 year heritage of investing very, very heavily in the PlayStation platform. We have actually invested more in our first-party studios than Nintendo and Microsoft combined,” he bragged.

“We have a tremendous catalog of game titles that are second to none out there, and now with PlayStation Suite and PlayStation Network the ability to deliver those experiences across so many devices and even potentially across third-party devices is an incredible competitive advantage.”

He also had a lot to say about the their third-party relationships, although, he did mock Apple as well.

“The PlayStation philosophy has always been about our third-party partners and our ability as a games industry to raise all boats together as partners. We’re not like some other game platforms that say ‘Hey! Put your game out here on the App Store and maybe you’ll be one of these 10 featured apps if we feel like it right now, and then the rest of you guys can all go out of business.

“Or some other platform owners who are saying, ‘Look, we’re gonna make all the great games and if you guys can maybe make a great game on our platform, good luck but we’re not going to help you much.’ Or some other guys who say ‘Hey, we hand-picked you and we’re gonna shove a bunch of money in your pocket and the rest of you guys can all dial the 800 number and try to dial through to the front desk.

“We’re all about our partners, our publishing partners, we always have been. If you talk to any game publisher out there, and you mention the word PlayStation, they are going to be very, very loyal to our brand.”

Of course, he is a Sony employee, so he is going to say all these things. But Sony’s output this gen for the PS3 has been impressive to say the least.

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