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The PS4 Makes A Strong Case With Its Exclusive Content

In light of the terrible disaster that was the PS3 reveal, you would be excused for being a little nervous about how Sony was going to handle the new console.  Seriously, the phrase “599 American dollars” is burned into my brain.  However, they came out strong this year with not only a downright impressive conference, but one that shored up one of their biggest weaknesses: third-party content.

Running down the list of developers parterning with Sony, some impressive names pop out.  Bungie announced exclusive PlayStation content for their new title Destiny.  Capcom has a new open-world RPG in the works.  Valve may be busy with their own projects, but Gabe’s newfound love for the PlayStation will likely benefit the system.  Jonathan Blow and his team at Thekla are bringing The Witness to the console.  Three words: Freaking Diablo III!

Check out this image courtesy of Game Informer that shows off the list of confirmed third-party partners.  Warning:  It’s pretty impressive:

 

Nice.  In a surprising twist, you’ll notice that little gold diamond in the corner.  Yep, Sony will be partnering with Sony for the PS4.  Other slightly more interesting developers of note are:

Activision

Tri-Ace

Capcom

Atlus

From Software

Bungie

Sega

Konami

Team 17 (Worms!)

Rockstar

Warner Bros. Games

Falcom

Grasshopper Manufacture

Lucasarts

Disney

Zen Studios

Level 5

Electronic Arts

Namco Bandai

Arc System Works

Imageepoch

Yukes

Bethesda

Telltale Games

With friends like that, it doesn’t bode well for your enemies.  If Sony can keep the price competitive and carry this momentum into E3, the world may be in for a real doozy with the PS4.



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