Sony Partners With Quantic Dream For Groundbreaking PS3 Game

Posted: Jul 5 2007, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:39am CDT, in News | Gaming


Sony partners with Quantic Dream for groundbreaking PS3 Game
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Sony announces a partnership with French game developer Quantic Dream for an exclusive Sony PS3 title.

Founded in 1997 by David Cage, Quantic Dream is mostly known for its 2005’s award winning Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy in the US and Canada). The video game developer is specialized in an interactive blend of film and gaming. Michael Denny, Vice President, SCE Worldwide Studios, said: “We’re really excited to be working with Quantic Dream for the first time and to have this opportunity to once again push the gaming experience to realise a new level of interactivity and, in particular, to engage players at an emotional level never experienced before. We’re looking forward to revealing more news on this special title later this year.”

David Cage, Founder, President and CEO of Quantic Dream, said, “We always believed that “next generation” meant more meaningful content based on players’ emotional involvement. To us, PS3 is the only platform that can truly deliver on this promise, and SCE WWS is a group that is both inspiring and pleasant to work with.”

The Quantic Dream site is under construction right now and will relaunch on July 25th. Because of that I am not sure if Sony is announcing anything more specific at the E3 Business & Media Summit next week.
Via this Sony press-release.

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