Sony: Games That Worldwide Studios Will Bring To PS4 Are On Another Level, Boundless Will Drop Jaws

They also talked about Boundless.

Posted By | On 30th, Oct. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


After a few years where they didn’t do, well, anything, really, Sony’s first party is back and hitting in full force. There’s so much coming to the PS4- new exciting IPs like Horizon and Dreams, continuation of older, fan favorite franchises such as Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank, and Gran Turismo, and the games that Sony is making in collaboration with its indie game partners.

All of these games that Sony Worldwide Studios are working on are, according to Sony’s Shahid Kamal Ahmad, going to be a touch above anything that anyone else is working on. Speaking on Twitter, Ahmad said, “The stuff that WWS will be bringing to PS4 is just on another level. Tears of joy well up when I think of stuff like Dreams and WiLD.”

Personally, I do agree- while I think in sheer quality, Nintendo is the first party to beat, and in the ability to churn out a blockbuster, Microsoft remains unbeaten, what Sony is doing in exploring the boundaries of games with their projects is something else entirely.

One of the games that Sony is working on with indie game studio Wonderstruck is Boundless. Boundless was announced at Sony’s Paris Games Week briefing, and it looked pretty damn good. Speaking on Twitter, Ahmad said, “I’ve been dying to tell you about Boundless for some time. What James Austin and his team are building is going to be very special. There are some things in Boundless that make your jaw drop like no other game manages.” However, he wouldn’t share specifics just yet- he is leaving that to Wonderstruck to do, whenever they wish to disclose more information about their game publicly.

Boundless looks great, and Sony’s first party seems to be on track for next year. If you are a PlayStation fan, exciting times are ahead.

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  • keep on lying… for the players sony!

    • kreator


    • i agree, im getting tired of all this sony bs… specially the ps+ fee. they have had soon 3 years now to improve the psn and have done nothing…

    • Ryo Shenmue

      BS? They’ve destroyed Microsoft in a 1000 pieces and they have the most incredible lineup of videogames of the last 10 years.

    • you still believing the lie i see…

    • J.j. Barrington

      Pretty certain your claim that they’ve done nothing to PSN in three years would be the lie.

  • Pazz

    sure, marketing declarations

  • kreator

    And so the word of mouth continues…

  • andy

    Haha “After a few years where they didn’t do, well, anything, really, Sony’s first party is back and hitting in full force.”

    Sony have released more 1st party games throughout 2015 than Microsoft have, you do realise this yes? And if PS4 remasters don’t count…………..then why would they count on Xbone either?
    I just don’t even Gamingbone. The MASSIVELY FALSE biased things you come out with sometimes is mind blowing.
    Even the year the PS4 came out we got some new 1st party titles right off the bat………..PLUS on PS3, Gran Turismo 6, God of War Ascension, The Last of Us, Beyond Two Souls, Puppeteer, Sly Cooper 4 and Puppeteer.

    On the 360 in 2013: Gears of Judgment and 8 long months of NOTHING to Xbone’s god awful release that you all admit to now too. Sunset Overdrive is the only game released on Xbone since Forza 6 (and even then its an outside studio that made it) and that was 12 long months ago now.

    Why can’t you be a good website like Dualshockers that reports on both consoles in a good light (and lets face it, the Xbone is such an easy target too with all the performance problems this past 2 years and all that) and yet they still are very professional?

    • DarthDiggler

      You said Puppeteer twice. 🙂

      I was about to comment in a similar fashion. The whole PS4 “Doesn’t have games” “Greatness awaits” is all just horsecrap.

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    • Sony released only 2 1. party game this year…

    • Ryo Shenmue

      Really? The Order, Bloodborne, Tearaway Unfolded plus digital titles.

    • PixelOmen

      Since when are Ready at Dawn or From Software 1st party studios?

    • XbotMK1

      Sony fully funded and fully owns Bloodborne and The Order 1886. They are first party titles, just like Until Dawn and Ratchet and Clank, even though Sony doesn’t own Supermassive Games or Insomniac Games.

      I’m not completely sure but I believe Quantum Break and Crackdown are Microsoft first party IPs even though Microsoft doesn’t own Sumo Digital or Remedy.

    • PixelOmen

      Those are called 2nd party games, when they publish the games but don’t own the studios. And yes, MS has very few 1st party games. Both of them just call everything they publish 1st party even though that’s not really true.

    • XbotMK1

      You’re incorrect. Publishing and owning are two different things. 2nd party refers to the developer, not the IP.

      Naughty Dog is a 1rst party developer to Sony.
      Insomniac, Quantic Dream, and From Software are 2nd party developers to Sony. Even though Sony owns Ratchet and Clank, Heavy Rain, Bloodborne, and Demon’s Souls. They are Sony 1rst party titles developed by a 2nd party.

      For example, Bloodborne was codeveloped between Japan Studio and From Software. Little Big Planet and Little Big Planet 2 were originally developed by Media Molecule, a 1rst party developer to Sony. But Little Big Planet 3 was created by Sumo Digital as a 2nd party developer to Sony but Little Big Planet 3 is still a Sony 1rst party title.

      343 is a 1rst party developer to Microsoft.
      Sumo Digital and Remedy are 2nd party developers to Microsoft. Even though, I believe they own Quantum Break, and Crackdown 3. They are Microsoft 1rst party titles developed by a 2nd party.

      For example, Forza Horizon was codeveloped by Playground Games and Turn 10. Forza Horizon 2 was developed by Playground Games as a 2nd party developer to Microsoft. Forza Horizon 2 is still a Microsoft 1rst party title.

    • PixelOmen

      I never said they didn’t own the IP, that doesn’t make them 1st party games though. They didn’t make them, it’s that simple.

    • XbotMK1

      I get what you’re saying. We’re just arguing semantics. We could argue all day.

      You could argue Bloodborne is a 1st party title because it is codeveloped by Japan Studio which is a 1st party developer to Sony and From Software which is a 2nd party developer to Sony, or you could argue it isn’t.

      I don’t think there is such a thing as a 2nd party IP because the closest thing I can think of is Sunset Overdrive. It was developed by Insomniac games as a 2nd party developer to Microsoft. Microsoft published it and funded it but it’s owned by Insomniac Games, but then what would that make Tomb Raider?

      All I’m saying is that Bloodborne and The Order 1886 should count as 1st party titles because they are owned and were fully funded by Sony, just like any other title that was developed by Sony’s 1st party studios such as Uncharted 4.

      Crackdown and Quantum Break should count as Microsoft 1st party titles simply because they’re owned and fully funded by Microsoft just like Halo. It doesn’t matter who developed it. Microsoft put their money into it.

    • PixelOmen

      The error that you’re making is that 1st/2nd/3rd party doesn’t refer to the IPs, it refers to who developed and published the game. That’s it.

      Japan studio helped with Bloodborne but they are not credited as “the” developer of the game. Most places exclusively list From Software as the developer.

    • XbotMK1

      Thats not an error. If you go back to the second reply I made to you, I was the one who told you that it refers to the developer, not the IP. You’re just feeding me my own words.

      You’re trying to label The Order 1886 and Bloodborne as 2nd party IPs. What I’m telling you is that it doesn’t matter and 2nd party refers to the developer, not necessarily the IP. It doesn’t matter if they were codeveloped by From Software, Japan Studio, Ready at Dawn, and Santa Monica Studio, The Order 1886 and Bloodborne are owned by Sony and fully funded by Sony so they should count as first party titles, just like Uncharted. It doesn’t matter which developer developed the game.

    • PixelOmen

      I never called them 2nd party IPs, I called them 2nd party games… again, there’s no such thing as a 2nd party IP, that’s what I said your error is.

    • XbotMK1

      Game and IP are the same thing. Every video game is an intellectual property. They can substitute each other. It doesn’t make a difference which one you use.

    • PixelOmen

      “I just bought a game.” “I just bought an IP.” Same thing? No, right? It depends on the context. That’s what I’m saying, in the context of 1st/2nd/3rd party, they are not the same thing.

    • XbotMK1

      Yes, depending on the context it is used in. They mean the same thing when used in the context of your first comment.

    • PixelOmen

      What? My first comment was “Since when are Ready at Dawn or From Software 1st party studios?”

      We can at least both agree that they are 2nd party developers right? So you are calling them 1st party games even though they were developed by a 2nd party. What kind of logic is that?

    • XbotMK1

      Ok, your second comment then.

      “Those are called 2nd party games(IPs)”

      Yes, we can agree they are 2nd party developers. But a developer is a 2nd party depending on the context in which it is used. Bloodborne is a 1st party IP because it is owned by Sony. Once again it depends on the context.

      Dark Souls is a 3rd party IP when used in reference to Sony. But Dark Souls is a 1st party IP when used in reference to Namco Bandai.

      From Software is a 3rd party developer when used in reference to Dark Souls and Sony, but a 2nd party developer when used in reference to Dark Souls and Namco Bandai. Treyarch is a 3rd party developer when used in reference to Sony, but a 1st party developer when used in reference to Activision.

    • PixelOmen

      Dude, can Sony own a IP that is 3rd or 2nd party? Of course not, there’s no such thing, what makes you think there’s such a thing as a first party IP? You either own it or you don’t.

    • XbotMK1

      What is Minecraft to Sony or PlayStation? A 3rd party IP.
      What is Minecraft to Microsoft? A 1st party IP.

      What is Mojang to Sony or PlayStation? A 3rd party studio.
      What is Mojang to Microsoft? A 1st party studio.

    • PixelOmen

      So? It seems you missed something there. I said Sony can’t “own” a 2nd/3rd party IP “in relation to themselves”. Every IP they own is a first party to themselves, the phrase is redundant, that’s not what the phrase means.

    • XbotMK1

      Every IP they own is a first party IP. Sony can’t own a 2nd party IP because it would make it 1st party. Every IP they don’t own but publish and fund for exclusivity, is 2nd party. Every IP they don’t own, don’t publish, don’t fund, don’t have exclusively, and is owned by someone else is a 3rd party IP.

    • PixelOmen

      You’re just repeating your argument now rather than providing logic to support it. Believe what you want.

    • Tech junkie

      Are you mentally competent or does someone look after you.
      I really think somebody should be supervising you and making sure you take your meds.

    • XbotMK1

      1st/2nd/3rd party can be used to describe the developer or IP.

      1st party IPs are owned by the publisher. For example, The Order 1886, Bloodborne, Uncharted, Halo, Pokemon, and Mario.

      2nd party IPs are developed for a specific publisher out of some sort of funding or agreement but not owned by that publisher. For example, Street Fighter V, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Ryse, and Sunset Overdrive.

      3rd party IPs are owned by a specific publisher but developed for multiple platforms owned by other publishers. For example, Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Assassin’s Creed.

      1st party studios are owned by a publisher. For example, Naughty Dog and Santa Monica Studio.

      2nd party studios develope games out of some sort of funding or agreement for a specific publisher they aren’t owned by. For example, Bungie developed Destiny for Activision as a 2nd party studio. Bungie is an indie developer.

      3rd party studios develope games for platforms of publishers they aren’t owned by and those publishers don’t own the game, don’t publish the game, and don’t fund it for platform exclusivity. For example, Treyarch, Dice, and Blizzard.

      It’s arguing semantics and depends completely on which game, publisher, and developer are being used in reference to each other.

    • Duke

      1st Party – Studios owned by a console manufacturer (Naughty Dog, Sucker Punch, 343, Lionhead, etc).

      2nd Party – Independent studios who develop games exclusive to a single console, games are paid for and published by the console manufacturer (Quantic Dream, Remedy).

      3rd Party – Studios owned by a video game publisher, usually develop games across all platforms unless a partnership is formed for exclusivity of a title (Bioware, Crystal Dynamics).

      Indie – Independently owned studios who develop and publish their own games.

    • PixelOmen

      That’s pretty accurate, although studios who make 3rd party games are not always owned by their publisher.

    • Duke

      Right, sorry I did actually miss that.

    • XbotMK1

      Not all 2nd party studios are independent. Not all 3rd party studios are owned by a publisher, and not all indies publish their own games.

    • J.j. Barrington

      Left out The Show.

    • The Order and Bloodborne aint 1. party

    • Starman

      spewing fangirlism…..please spare us …

    • XbotMK1

      Pramath seems to be the black sheep reporter or the Xbox guy of Gamingbolt. You can always count on him to say some false, mindnumbingly dumb sh*t that doesn’t make sense.

  • Starman

    another crap indie game being hyped .. in the on going event ..”save the playstation campaign” for the last year , along with all the other fangirl websites …

    • J.j. Barrington

      Save the PlayStation? From what? PS4 would have to not sell at all for the rest of the year for anything else to even come CLOSE to approaching its sales. It’s also consistently tops for software sales of multiplats, and has more million-unit sellers than the XB1.

      Exactly what does the PS4 need saving from?

  • J.j. Barrington

    Odd that Sony has done nothing in the way of first party games, yet they’re right with the XB1, if not ahead, in that category.

  • Ryo Shenmue

    Microsoft…blockbuster….unbeaten? They haven’t released a great exclusive in years, let alone a blockbuster. This article is written by an alcoholic.

    • PixelOmen

      It’s weird that you equate “great” with “blockbuster”.

  • angh

    For 2 years there are only 4 AAA titles released exclusively for xbox one:
    Forza 5
    Forza 6
    Sunset Overdrive
    Halo 5 (last week)
    And someone have balls to tell us Microsoft remains unbeaten?
    All other games are multi-platform, remakes or some indies (which can be great like Ori, but it is not an AAA title)


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