That Game Company Plans To Reach Wider Audience

That Game Company are known for many things: their gorgeous and critically acclaimed games flOW and Flower, their highly anticipated upcoming release, Journey, and their contract with Sony that means all their games are PlayStation exclusives. This may no longer be the case.

Speaking to Pushsquare, Journey developer Jenova Chen said that the studio had a three game contract with Sony, which ensured that their previous three releases would be PlayStation exclusives. But now that contract is up, meaning they are no longer restricted to one platform.

"Right now we are very much exploring ways to bring our games to a bigger audience, beyond just PlayStation," Chen said.

"We are still in the process of negotiating, but I hope that we can announce it [soon]. But right now it’s still in the process."



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    I hate talking about "That Game Company" to my less-nerdy friends. I'm always like, it's by That Game Company! They did Flower, and Flow! And they're always like "I don't know the name of the company you're talking about." Then I get sad/annoyed.

    Then I find ten dollars.

    I am pleased to hear this! I have no way across Sony's blockade fleet (ie: having to own a PS3), so I am heartened by the news that the rebels have a new blockade runner.

    Don't scare me with that title, man. I was thinking of first person shooters and regenerating health.

    I hope they bring Flower and Journey to the Vita.
    I didn't like flOW though.

    It's the eternal thing with exclusives, although they make a platform special - it does mean that a huge percentage will never sample your game

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