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Submitted by nofilter 960d ago | news

Velocity Devs Futurlab Sign Deal With PlayStation

TSA: "FuturLab, developers of the award winning PlayStation minis title Velocity has signed a groundbreaking deal with Sony, seeing the platform holder provide funds for the development of content for PlayStation Vita in 2013, with the studio keeping control of its IP." (Futurlab, PS Vita, Sony)

Genuine-User  +   960d ago
Good news.
Ultr  +   959d ago
awesome, loved velocity
izumo_lee  +   959d ago
Oh so Insomniac could have signed a deal like this instead of selling their souls to an evil empire that turned an interesting concept for a game to a generic 3rd person thing.

All they had to do was something called 'negoitations'.

Anyways good on Futurlab & i look forward to what else they can come up with.

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