[2] Housemarque is the oldest active video game developer in Finland. @jgrangervikings1 I seriously hope they don't ever acquire Falcom - I love playing all the Trails and Ys games on PC. [1] Fasoulas, at the time, was working on a clone of Bubble Bobble titled Galactic, but failed to find a publisher, wherefore the game ended up on a covermount in British magazine The One. @Porco I agree with most of what you said in first comment except for Housemarque. [1] Bloodhouse was led by Harri Tikkanen, and released their first game, Stardust in 1993, with a version updated for the Amiga 1200, titled Super Stardust, released the following year. Did you forget RAD or think its not relevant ? Everyone knows Insomniac just belongs at PlayStation and it just feels right, and I think a lot of their staff enjoyed working with Sony, just made sence completing the Trifecta of Naughty Dog, Sucker Punch, Insomniac. IMHO, Sony did buy Insominiac not because of the Spider-Man success but because they have been developing games for the Oculus and indeed, I think the next Insominiac game to be available on a PS platform will be a VR one, only after that, Spider-Man 2. [13], "Muukalaisten yö – Suomalaisia muukalaisia", "Know your developer: Resogun creator Housemarque", "Housemarque declare "arcade is dead," ditch the genre", "Housemarque hint at battle royale flirtation with Stormdivers", "Housemarque's Stormdivers is a flashy battle royale", "Jumping on the bandwagon: From 'Arcade is Dead' to AAA", "Housemarque puts all other projects on hold to focus on "most ambitious game to date, "Resogun creators announce PlayStation 5 game, Returnal", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Housemarque&oldid=984878218, Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, This page was last edited on 22 October 2020, at 17:06. Or Slightly Mad Studios (Project Cars) If they want an alternative to Gran Turismo though unlikely. [1] When the Amiga was discontinued mid-development, production on P.I.D. Sure you could say they can just seek their services whenever then want a remake/remaster, but not if they are working on a different project because someone else hired them. @Morenoj1220 Because none of those sound especially realistic in my opinion. if i was to pick one of those, it'd probably be insomniac, if only for the hope that there might be life left yet in the resistance franchise, and its main studio is close to sony santa monica and naughty dog, so much closer collaboration would be possible. If anything that is exactly what Sony wants as well (just look at Yoshida's comments on all this - he understands where the market is heading and he wants to be prepared to do battle there). with a solid foundation, a sequel would have potential to be incredible so long as they can iron out some of the caveats. once upon a time, i really thought quantic dream would be a shoe-in for sony. What you have to look at is how a studio benefits Sony's future goals. but the moment you take the price point away and look at the game for what it is on its own terms, you are left with a very competent game with some caveats that can be addressed with a sequel. Same for Bluepoint. @Neolit I made my comment before they were acquired. With that in mind here's some left field studios I'd consider. IO Interactive (Hitman) Is this topic already tired in the wake of Microsoft’s recent spending spree? The Machine ... Housemarque: Housemarque is the oldest Finnish game … @Agramonte You clearly have not played any of the awsome Housemarque games, Bluepoint has made Shadow of the Colussus look fantastic and updated the controls. i believe it sold over 1.5 million copies so it's not like it even lost sony money in the process. not censoring games. [1] Housemarque Oy, the legal entity, was registered on 19 July 1995. @JoeBlogs see, that is the attitude i am speaking of. I think RAD is working on a PS5 game and they also have a good history with PlayStation similar to insomniac but smaller of course. It trades on both the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. Next generations battle will be on the VR field thereby Sony should acquire VR specialised developer. Quantic dream - and make more great adventures like Heavy Rain, Fahrenheit, Beyond: two souls or Detroit Become Human. [1] A demo of the game has been released, but the game itself was not finished. I think the way these remastered have sold makes sense. Curiously, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida visited the studio recently, while it’s been touring various first-party outfits like Naughty Dog. in fact, it is still one of the most beautiful games on ps4 and has some of the most unique weapons i have ever seen in a shooter. @Paranoimia I think the Push Square system is that if an article gets edited in any way it is automatically re-published. At the end of the day it comes down to sales, and you only have to look at games like the N. Sane Trilogy and Spyro to see how lucrative these types of games can be. And I don't think Bluepoint is interested in being a Sony-owned studio or they would have been bought by now. I wouldn't invest in that. sony has the bucks, they just need to be more trusting and not listen so closely to the hyperbole that came out of the media. @lacerz I know, I saw some of that this morning. Pretty sure Sony's got a few years to cover it either way. Recognised as perhaps the best port house in the business, Bluepoint Games has pivoted from industry leading remasters to full-scale remakes in recent years. I'm pretty sure Quantam Break got them worried for their future and being part of Sony is steady success and safety for Insomniac Games as time has proven. Insomniac has made 3 VR games for Oculus this gen already, with a 4’th one releasing soon. I hope PS5 exclusive games will focus not only with third-person adventure/cinematic narrative games but some RPGs, platformers or just being fun games in general such as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Twisted Metal, Ape Escape, Legend of Dragoon, Crash/Spyro (though Activision owns them) a partnership with Japan Studio. I'd prefer Remedy, but any of these studios would be positive additions. insomniac games for the win.remedy and bluepoint is cool also.give me io interactive also.word up son. If it's successful, perhaps the platform holder may look to bring IllFonic fully on board. You need at least 5 different subscriptions to see all the games you want, which is ridiculous. Not a very popular Studio, so it wouldn't affect the gaming market. New game IPs and sequels may not always work out. Owning both also means that I, as a gamer, won't be missing out on games as a result of them losing their 'independent' status. PS5 Backwards Compatibility: Can You Play PS4 Games on Pl... PS4 to PS5: All Games with Confirmed Free Upgrades, PS5 Game Boost: All Major PS4 Game Improvements. Sony would then have access to the Ys and Legends of Heroes series of games, and they could then work on creating triple A titles that are a bit more accessible to western audiences. @Neolit Amazing news, isn't it?? It may as well have been an article on Sony purchasing housemarque even though I think that would be a mistake, @JoeBlogs I would never call the order 1886 awful especially since there are truly awful games out there. The British outfit played a key role in the development of PlayStation Move software, creating titles like Start the Party and Tumble. They are the least likely of the whole list. PS5 Fans Are Very Concerned About Ubisoft's Comments on PS4 Backwards Compatibility, French publisher admits there may be inaccuracies, There's Growing Concern Over the PS4 Version of Cyberpunk 2077 Following Delay, Watch Dogs Legion - The Dullest Ubisoft Open-Worlder Yet, News Days Gone Runs at 60 Frames-Per-Second, Dynamic 4K on PS5, Guide New PS4 Games This Week (2nd November to 8th November), Guide PS5 Game Boost: All Major PS4 Game Improvements, Guide How to Use the PS5 DualSense Controller on PC. Sony could buy EA if they wanted to spend enough money. i think this is universally agreed on and the primary reason why it was so heavily criticzed. @JAMes-BroWWWn You seem to have studios completely mixed up, judging by your previous comments. I think Sony should absolutely snatch up Bluepoint games if they are given the choice. And remasters are all the rage. Firesprite (The Persistence) Also been made up of ex Sony Liverpool devs could be ideal for more Wipeout.

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