PS Showcase showcases Sony’s efforts to offer ‘the best and most diverse catalog of games’, claims Jim Ryan
General feeling around yesterday PlayStation Showcase One of the disappointments, but Jim Ryan has been positive about the show. In a press release, he says Livestream demonstrates Sony’s “unwavering commitment to offering their . [the fans] The best and most diverse catalog of games possible”.
His full quote reads: “Our fans expect and deserve a stable of great content. Today’s presentation reflects our unwavering commitment to offer them the best and most diverse games. This is the PS5’s also exudes tremendous popularity and power. The global development community rallies to push its advanced capabilities to the limit. We’ve seen innovative best-in-class hardware like PlayStation VR2 and the newly revealed Project Q, and PC, mobile and live We are investing heavily in the future with our expansion into the service. Gaming is changing how and where our content can be enjoyed.”
While the PlayStation Showcase was packed with news and new game announcements — more than 30, in fact — it has been heavily criticized for PlayStation Studios’ lack of presence. The only first-party reveals were from studios recently acquired by Sony (Haven Studios with FairGame$, Firewalk Studios had Concorde, and Bungie showed off Marathon) and all of these games were as a service. The likes of Naughty Dog, Sucker Punch, Team Asobi, and Sony Bend were nowhere to be seen.
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