Reaching for the Sun: The Future of Sodium, Home’s Biggest Game

Since launching as an open beta in 2008, PlayStation Home has come a long way, evolving from a social hub into its very own games platform. Having developed hundreds of virtual goods, a whole host of Home spaces and the fantastic Sodium game series, Lockwood Publishing are easily the foremost developers for the service. To catch up with the developer after interviewing them last year, and to learn about Sodium2, the rise of social gaming and the perils of free-to-play, PSLS talked to Jamie Riding, producer of Sodium.

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Sev2660d ago

Thank god something does. Otherwise, I'd rather live in a box than Home.

Trexman892660d ago

but can you salsa dance while wearing a turkey outfit in your box????

....i thought not.

ftwrthtx2660d ago

Finally something worth going back to Home for.

maniacmayhem2660d ago

Hmmmmm, never heard of this. Have to check it out.

BigWoopMagazine2659d ago

I've been meaning to check this out, I just keep forgetting! Sodium was a lot of fun though, it really surprised me, so Sodium2 should be worth my time too...