PlayStation Studios head Herman Hulst gives a softball interview to his own corporate blog, but did it set more fires than it put out?
Let's talk blockbusters (Horizon, God of War, Gran Turismo 7), New IP, generations, delays, and more.
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Discussed in this episode:
"Hermen Hulst Q&A: What’s Next for PlayStation Studios"
PlayStation Blog - June 2, 2021
"PlayStation 5: exclusive games more important than ever, says Sony"
The Guardian - June 16, 2020
"New and Upcoming Games | PS5"
YouTube Video - December 7, 2020 - PlayStation
"Sony's Jim Ryan: “We are going to launch PS5 this holiday and we're going to launch globally""
GamesIndustryBiz - May 29, 2020
"'We believe in generations:' PlayStation argues cross-gen games risk stifling innovation"
GamaSutra - July 17, 2020
"Sony expects PS5 supply issues to continue into next year"
The Verge - May 10, 2021
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