PS3 Loses A Couple More Exclusives
The exclusives are getting tougher and tougher to hold on to in this new generation, and the PS3 has just lost a couple more.
Only a short time after the news that Sony could've kept Assassin's Creed and Grand Theft Auto IV exclusive, we find out that two more previously exclusive titles are now headed to the Xbox 360 and PC.
Koei is the latest publisher to go multiplatform with its titles, as combat racer Fatal Inertia and the military action game, Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War are no longer exclusive to the PS3. The former is a the debut title for Toronto-based studio Koei Canada, and they say the game boasts "an evolutionary sport mixing high-performance street racing, rally, and demolition derby." In Bladestorm, players will take the role of a mercenary and lead a legion of troops through Medieval Europe in real-time.
Well, unless these games just so happen to rock harder than we think, Sony shouldn't be hit too hard. Let's just hope the big-namers like Devil May Cry and Metal Gear Solid can find a way to remain PS3-exclusive.
11/23/2006 Ben Dutka