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Sony will invest $ 20 million in the development of games for download
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Sony will invest $ 20 million in the development of games for download

Sony is to invest $ 20 million in the development of downloadable games for the PlayStation. Stender says that this sum will be divided between studios owned by the company

Sony has over three years to invest $ 20 million in downloadable games for the PS. This was the official PlayStation Blog has announced July 13 Brandon Stender (Brandon Stander), PSN director of marketing. Stender says that this sum will be divided between studios, the company owned by Sony, and independent developers. Thus, the corporation wants to increase the number of projects that were released exclusively for PlayStation and distributed via the PSN. The three-year investment plan will be the logical continuation of the initiatives Sony Pub Fund, launched by Sony in 2009. According to the rules Pub Fund, the company helps independent developers with game design and marketing. At the same time Sony does not receive royalties from sales of games created with it, and has no intellectual property rights. Through this program were created by projects such as Joe Danger, Tales from Space: About a Blo and other. The first game came out in the framework of the Sony Pub Fund, became the Burn, Zombie, Burn! from the studio doublesix

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