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Sony's 15 Exclusive PS3 Titles In 7 Months

Now, we all know console exclusives are starting to fall by the wayside this generation, but several remain. In fact, some of them are so important, they could be crucial system-sellers, and Sony recently defended their position in the face of a Reuters story outlining the growth of multi-platform titles and the decline of exclusives.

Sony's Peter Dille responded by saying the PS3 has "15 exclusives in a 7-month span," and they have "15 internal studios" working on PS3 titles, which is more than Microsoft and Nintendo combined. Of course, some of you are asking- what are they? Well, some have already arrived; here's the list (source- Gaming Target):

September through December

  • Heavenly Sword 9/12
  • Folklore 10/9
  • Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction 10/23
  • Eye of Judgment 10/24
  • NBA 08 11/2
  • Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune 11/20
  • Time Crisis 4 11/20
  • Unreal Tournament III 12/10

Early 2008 Exclusives

  • Haze
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Killzone 2
  • SOCOM: Confrontation
  • Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of Patriots
  • SingStar
  • MLB 08

So there's your list, and it's pretty darn impressive. We're not really sure if they can count Unreal Tournament 3 as it's only a timed exclusive (it will arrive for the Xbox 360 in 2008), but whatever. You will also notice that a couple more giant PS3 exclusives - Gran Turismo 5 and Final Fantasy XIII - are missing, simply because they're not scheduled to release until later 2008. Really, the exclusive list for the PS3 is looking good...perhaps surprisingly to some.

Related Game(s): Killzone 2

11/30/2007 Ben Dutka

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