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Sony’s Mark Cerny Talks Knack Sequel and Returning to Development

by 2 weeks ago

Sony's Mark Cerny Talks Knack Sequel and Returning to Development Recently, Sony’s Andrew House discussed the possibility of a sequel to Knack sometime in the future, heavily implying that a …

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Sony Hints That Knack Could Become a Franchise

by 1 month ago

Sony Hints That Knack Could Become a Franchise Sony has hinted that the PlayStation 4 launch title Knack might be the first of a new franchise. DualShockers reports that Sony …

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Gaming Trend Podcast 12//4//2013 — We’ve made a huge mistake

by and 8 months ago

Atlas and David are back after a fruitful Thanksgiving break to make a huge mistake and talk video games -- from "indie darlings" like Crytek to the glory that is …

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Things falling apart — Knack

by 8 months ago

It’s ironic that Knack’s design is so rooted in the past, despite being one of Sony’s two flagship titles meant to usher in a new generation of gaming. Oh, it’s …

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Gaming Trend Podcast 11//20//2013–Console Envy

by and 8 months ago

PlayStation is here, and David and Atlas spend a while discussing Sony's new console! Well, David discusses it while Atlas writhes with jealous rage (and laughs at David's preposterously loud …

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Mark Cerny answers questions on PS4, Knack

by 9 months ago

Just caught this over on the Sony youtube channel - Mark Cerny answering questions about the Playstation 4 hardware development and his role as both Sony's PS4 systems architect, as …

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Playstation commercial “The best place to play”

by 9 months ago

This is what we want to see - games, games, games. Some of the biggest ones we're looking forward to are inFamous: Second Son and The Order:1886 (neither are slated …

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Falling to pieces at E3 – Knack hands-on

by 1 year ago

Let me begin with why I chose to head for Knack at the Sony booth - frankly, its puzzle elements in what amounts to almost a 3D platformer looked to …

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