PSBlog asks fans to tell them what they want next on PlayStation
On Saturday Aug 30th, Gio Corsi, Director of Third Party Production for SCEA, made a post on the official PlayStation Blog about his excitement for the future of the PSVita.
Check out the post below:
Moments ago, Adam Boyes introduced the latest addition to the Third Party Relations family at Playstation, a new group that I get to captain called Third Party Production. The Third Party Relations team at PlayStation is well known for developing solid relationships across this industry, and this new group will work closely with our publishing partners to bring their beloved IPs to some new places. This means you’ll see even more great games on PlayStation platforms, including new IP’s, ports, and localized products. In addition, our partners who are currently in production will have us as a resource to strengthen their development process, ensuring quality and consistency on all Third Party projects.
I’m really excited for our team to explore new opportunities on behalf of PlayStation. Even though we’re brand new to PlayStation, we’ve got years of experience in this industry already under our belt. We already have a project underway, the recently announced PS Vita version of Borderlands 2. We are extremely excited to work with Iron Galaxy Studios on this project and I cannot wait to show and tell you more down the road.
I will share more with you as our adventures continue and new games are made available. In the meantime, let me know in the comments what you want to see on PlayStation (PS3, PS4, PS Vita). Or contact me on Twitter through the ingenious and mesmerizing handle of @giocorsi — original I know, but man is it solid.
Talk soon guys and keep on playing!
In the ending paragraph of the post, the director asked fans to let him know “in the comments what you want to see on PlayStation (PS3, PS4, PS Vita).” With that promise, fans now have been given the unique opportunity to give feedback on what they would like to see, while its true nothing could come from this, its nice to see a gesture of this nature from the Directing Staff of Sony which once again may prove that they are in tune with the fans and will take whatever feedback they feel will help nurture the gaming community.