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Submitted by gulevski 624d ago | opinion piece

Why New IPs Keep the Industry Alive

"Recently a representative of Sony, Fergal Gara, explained that Sony intended to keep publishing new IPs well into the life of the Playstation 3. Despite having a next-gen console in development, the emphasis on new IPs has not slowed down for either Sony or Microsoft: both consoles continue to acquire and publish entirely new games to the market." (3DS, Dev, Industry, Next-Gen, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, Sony, Xbox 360)

ame22  +   624d ago
Obvious is obvious. Sony makes the statement and it generates hits so before losing any steam, journalists desperately cling onto the remnants like hungry hyenas. Gaming journalism at it's finest.
QuantumWake  +   624d ago
I thought we already had an article about this posted on N4G? Why post another? Unless there is something I'm not seeing here.
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Emilio_Estevez  +   624d ago
b/c old IP's can't exist if they aren't new at some point?
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