MS and Sony have same amount of First Party studios!

#31RaRitsujunPosted 2/22/2014 2:51:50 PM
Yet,
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Will history repeat itself? Stay tuned.
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#32suzukimatsuiPosted 2/22/2014 2:56:29 PM
May be the same amount but nowhere near the same quality of games
#33axelfooley2k5Posted 2/22/2014 2:57:56 PM
HENTAIDOJI posted...
I personally never understood where the misconception of MS exclusives selling more than Sony ones came from.

It came from truth because it's not a misconception.

Even when PS2 outnumbered Xbox 4:1 the closest it could come to Halo 2 was GTASA - a game that didn't stay exclusive.

And last gen Microsoft's Big sellers were Halo, Gears, Forza and Fable.
While Sony's Gran Turismo games sell around the same numbers as Halo.


Well you're part right, after 2.5 years of bundling GT5, it did almost come within 2 million of Halo 3's sales after 8 months.

Still we would be amiss to discount ODST, REACH, HALO 4 and the GOD above all others. Kinect Adventures at 30 million copies.

Uncharted sells as much Gears.

Heh, no. Gears does more in 1 country week 1 than Uncharted does worldwide month 1. By twice as much.

LittleBigPlanet, and God of War sell as much as Fable and Forza.

Kinect Sports has outsold both franchises in 2 games as well.

Other than that Sony had Resistance, The Last of Us, Killzone, Motorstorm, Heavy Rain, Infamous and Rachet and Clank that managed to sell Multi-Million units, and MS did,'t have anything to compete with those.

They did, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey, Crackdown and Alan Wake were all flops too.

Also 20>13. The fact that Sony has no system sellers is an old problem that not even the PS2 had might enough to crack.

Sonys next problem is how to compete in a world where MS has more first parties and 3rd party partners.

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You gotta proofread that stuff

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#34DelkuraPosted 2/22/2014 3:01:13 PM
Lets take a look at their second party partners:

Microsoft:

United States

Certain Affinity – Crimson Alliance, Halo 2 (Map Packs), Halo: Reach (Map Packs), Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary (Map Packs), Halo Waypoint
Double Fine Productions – Iron Brigade, Double Fine Happy Action Theater
Double Helix Games – Killer Instinct
Epic Games – Shadow Complex, Gears of War series
Gas Powered Games – Age of Empires Online
Harmonix – Dance Central series
Hidden Path Entertainment – Wits and Wagers, Age of Empires 2 HD
Insomniac Games – Sunset Overdrive
Iron Galaxy Studios – Wreckateer, Ms. Splosion Man (iOS, Windows Phone 7 ports)
Naked Sky Entertainment – RoboBlitz
Runic Games – Torchlight series
Ska Studios – The Dishwasher series
Smart Bomb Interactive – Snoopy Flying Ace
TikGames – Texas Hold 'em
Torpex Games – Schizoid
Undead Labs – State of Decay
Vector Unit – Hydro Thunder Hurricane
Signal Studios – Toy Soldiers, Ascend: Hand of Kul

Europe and Africa

Ankama Games – Islands of Wakfu
Asobo Studio – Kinect Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure
Crytek – Ryse: Son of Rome
Digital Reality – Sine Mora
Luma Arcade – The Harvest
Remedy Entertainment – Quantum Break, Alan Wake
Tequila Works – Deadlight
Vanguard Games – Halo: Spartan Assault
Zen Studios – Pinball FX series, CastleStorm

Canada

Capcom Vancouver – Dead Rising 3
Capybara Games – Super Time Force, Below (video game)
Digital Leisure – Dragon's Lair
Klei Entertainment – Mark of the Ninja
Sarbakan – Lazy Raiders
Silicon Knights – Too Human
Slick Entertainment – Scrap Metal

United Kingdom

Blitz Games – Fuzion Frenzy
Climax Group – Sudeki, Bloodforge
Frontier Developments – Kinectimals, Kinect Disneyland Adventures
Ninja Theory– Kung Fu Chaos
Playground Games – Forza Horizon
Relentless Software – Kinect Nat Geo TV
Ruffian Games – Crackdown 2
Strange Flavour – TotemBall

Asia and Oceania

Access Games – D4
Blueside – Kingdom Under Fire series
Grasshopper Manufacture – Diabolical Pitch, Sine Mora
iNiS – Lips series
InterServ – Word Puzzle
Krome Studios – Full House Poker, Scene It? Box Office Smash, Game Room, Viva Piρata: Party Animals
Mistwalker – Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon
NanaOn-Sha – Haunt
Q Entertainment – Ninety-Nine Nights series
tri-Ace – Infinite Undiscovery

Sony:

Asia

Clap Hanz – Everybody's Golf series

North America

Insomniac Games – Spyro the Dragon series, Ratchet & Clank series, Resistance series
Ready at Dawn Studios – God of War: Chains of Olympus, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Daxter, God of War: Origins Collection, The Order: 1886
Idol Minds – Pain, Warrior's Lair, Ratchet & Clank Collection
Sanzaru Games - Secret Agent Clank, The Sly Collection, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
Zindagi Games – Sports Champions, Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
Giant Sparrow - The Unfinished Swan, Edith Finch

Europe

Quantic Dream – Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, The Dark Sorcerer
Tarsier Studios – Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic, LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
Double Eleven – LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
Novarama – Invizimals, Reality Fighters
Supermassive Games – Start the Party!, Until Dawn, Tumble, walking with dinosaurs
Plastic Games - Linger in Shadows, Datura
Ovosonico - Murasaki Baby
CCP Games - DUST 514
Firesprite - The Playroom
#35suzukimatsuiPosted 2/22/2014 3:29:59 PM
Delkura posted...
Lets take a look at their second party partners:

Microsoft:

United States

Certain Affinity – Crimson Alliance, Halo 2 (Map Packs), Halo: Reach (Map Packs), Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary (Map Packs), Halo Waypoint
Double Fine Productions – Iron Brigade, Double Fine Happy Action Theater
Double Helix Games – Killer Instinct
Epic Games – Shadow Complex, Gears of War series
Gas Powered Games – Age of Empires Online
Harmonix – Dance Central series
Hidden Path Entertainment – Wits and Wagers, Age of Empires 2 HD
Insomniac Games – Sunset Overdrive
Iron Galaxy Studios – Wreckateer, Ms. Splosion Man (iOS, Windows Phone 7 ports)
Naked Sky Entertainment – RoboBlitz
Runic Games – Torchlight series
Ska Studios – The Dishwasher series
Smart Bomb Interactive – Snoopy Flying Ace
TikGames – Texas Hold 'em
Torpex Games – Schizoid
Undead Labs – State of Decay
Vector Unit – Hydro Thunder Hurricane
Signal Studios – Toy Soldiers, Ascend: Hand of Kul

Europe and Africa

Ankama Games – Islands of Wakfu
Asobo Studio – Kinect Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure
Crytek – Ryse: Son of Rome
Digital Reality – Sine Mora
Luma Arcade – The Harvest
Remedy Entertainment – Quantum Break, Alan Wake
Tequila Works – Deadlight
Vanguard Games – Halo: Spartan Assault
Zen Studios – Pinball FX series, CastleStorm

Canada

Capcom Vancouver – Dead Rising 3
Capybara Games – Super Time Force, Below (video game)
Digital Leisure – Dragon's Lair
Klei Entertainment – Mark of the Ninja
Sarbakan – Lazy Raiders
Silicon Knights – Too Human
Slick Entertainment – Scrap Metal

United Kingdom

Blitz Games – Fuzion Frenzy
Climax Group – Sudeki, Bloodforge
Frontier Developments – Kinectimals, Kinect Disneyland Adventures
Ninja Theory– Kung Fu Chaos
Playground Games – Forza Horizon
Relentless Software – Kinect Nat Geo TV
Ruffian Games – Crackdown 2
Strange Flavour – TotemBall

Asia and Oceania

Access Games – D4
Blueside – Kingdom Under Fire series
Grasshopper Manufacture – Diabolical Pitch, Sine Mora
iNiS – Lips series
InterServ – Word Puzzle
Krome Studios – Full House Poker, Scene It? Box Office Smash, Game Room, Viva Piρata: Party Animals
Mistwalker – Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon
NanaOn-Sha – Haunt
Q Entertainment – Ninety-Nine Nights series
tri-Ace – Infinite Undiscovery

Sony:

Asia

Clap Hanz – Everybody's Golf series

North America

Insomniac Games – Spyro the Dragon series, Ratchet & Clank series, Resistance series
Ready at Dawn Studios – God of War: Chains of Olympus, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Daxter, God of War: Origins Collection, The Order: 1886
Idol Minds – Pain, Warrior's Lair, Ratchet & Clank Collection
Sanzaru Games - Secret Agent Clank, The Sly Collection, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
Zindagi Games – Sports Champions, Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
Giant Sparrow - The Unfinished Swan, Edith Finch

Europe

Quantic Dream – Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, The Dark Sorcerer
Tarsier Studios – Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic, LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
Double Eleven – LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
Novarama – Invizimals, Reality Fighters
Supermassive Games – Start the Party!, Until Dawn, Tumble, walking with dinosaurs
Plastic Games - Linger in Shadows, Datura
Ovosonico - Murasaki Baby
CCP Games - DUST 514
Firesprite - The Playroom


Good try but your list is glaringly biased. You have missed on several over studios as well as a few "second party" studios that is working with MS but Sony as well and titles that have remained exclusive on the PS4,PS3 or even the same
#36bob15xPosted 2/22/2014 3:37:09 PM
FadingLights posted...
The problem is, the Sony studios are god-tier and put out world class AAA exclusives. The MS studios are mostly only capable of Kinect stuff and not-so great games. They need to step their game up.


you do know a lot of those studios are new right? so what to explain how you are judging their games before they have even released any?
#37PraetorXynPosted 2/22/2014 3:45:49 PM
Microsoft's two biggest exclusives, Halo and Gears, were third party exclusives that MS paid for. They are now in the hands of first party studios, but the quality has suffered quite a bit.

I don't care for any of Sony's exclusives either, but they do at the very least cultivate studios and develop first party franchises rather than moneyhatting exclusives from third parties.
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#38The_WeeabooPosted 2/22/2014 3:55:28 PM(edited)
dizzyfidget posted...
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My new sig.


Too bad it's inaccurate. I count at least three titles missing.

I especially like how he makes the banners for the PS4 smaller in an attempt to make it look lesser overall. This is the kind of mental games that shills play.
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#39FourManSevenPosted 2/22/2014 4:01:36 PM
Jiggy101011 posted...
FadingLights posted...
The problem is, the Sony studios are god-tier and put out world class AAA exclusives. The MS studios are mostly only capable of Kinect stuff and not-so great games. They need to step their game up.


How do you explain why Xbox exclusives sell more than Playstation exclusives?


Maybe it had something to do with the $100-$200 price difference? More people bought Xbox360's. Wonder why xbox exclusives sold more than Playstation exclusives? More xbox consoles sold = more content sold. Simple enough to understand, but for typical GameFAQs users, it must be the equal to brain surgery.
#40Shacky_101Posted 2/22/2014 4:25:28 PM
The_Weeaboo posted...
dizzyfidget posted...
http://oi57.tinypic.com/efmqo1.jpg

My new sig.


Too bad it's inaccurate. I count at least three titles missing.

I especially like how he makes the banners for the PS4 smaller in an attempt to make it look lesser overall. This is the kind of mental games that shills play.


No to mention that every one of Sony's studios are makng at LEAST ONE exclusive for the PS4.

But that doesn't the Xbox won't get any good exclusives. There are some really interesting exclusives coming out this year.
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