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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1349d ago | article

Ready at Dawn on going from handheld to next-gen, and getting away from GoW


Ready at Dawn is known for having crafted two excellent God of War games for PSP, as well as assisting in their porting to the PlayStation 3. Unfortunately for Ready at Dawn, the company isn't known for much else – an issue that co-founder and CEO Ru Weerasuriya aims to fix by setting a new direction for his studio (Mobile, Next-Gen, Ready At Dawn, Ru Weerasuriya, Tag Invalid)

THILLREBORN  +   1349d ago
I'm glad they are moving from GoW...they did an amazing job with the portables and I hope they get to do their own IP next. I'm excited to see what they can do with something brand new.
DigitalRaptor  +   1348d ago
Good for them. It would be great to see them make a name for themselves outside of the God of War PSP games and other ports.

I'm glad to see the initiative Sony takes with smaller developers by giving them suitably sized projects to help them grow is working.
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