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Saturday, 14 July 2007 11:01

Sony finally understands

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Games equal success

 

At this years E3 Sony announced that it's lining up for games from independent developers. NCSoft, South Korean online game pioneer, and the well-known names such as Ubisoft, Epic Games and Midway are all lining up to help the PS3 in its quest to return to dominance.

Haze, Ubisofts shooter game will be released exclusively for PS3, and Epic Games and Midway are releasing the console versions of Unreal Tournament 3 also exclusively for PS3. But not only that, they're also using the Unreal graphics system for PS3 which might prove to be an important step forward as the XboX 360 easier programability has proven to be an advantage so far.

The rest include Killzone 2, Metal Gear Solid 4, LittleBigPlanet, etc.

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