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Friday, 22 June 2007 09:25

Playstation will get 380 new games by March 2008

Written by Fudzilla staff

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200 regular + 180 download only titles

 
Kaz Hirai, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. president and CEO, claims the company will have more than 380 new Playstation 3 games by March 2008.

Hirai claims that the company will release 200 titles and that a further 180 will be available as download only, he also noted that the company will more closely with third-party developers in the future.
 
"105 Blu-ray disc games and about 40 PlayStation Network games and game packs" said Hirai and added "I don't have visibility on third party games past Christmas and our fiscal runs to the end of March, so there are probably more."

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