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Submitted by CGMagazine 333d ago | news

Proteus Creator Talks Sony And Exclusivity

Proteus was released two days ago for PlayStation 3 and Vita. It was also released on Steam earlier this year. Surprisingly, no Xbox or Wii versions were announced. Creator Ed Key gives his insight into why making a game exclusive can have benefits and why the game didn't arrive on Xbox. (PC, Proteus, PS Vita, PS3, Sony)

hulk_bash1987  +   333d ago
This is why Sony is such a great company and Playstation has remained a strong brand over the years. The only real issue I haven't seen any real progress in is their advertising. A bright light for them was the Kevin Butler era but nothing really significant after that.
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