SIE Japan Studio

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SIE Japan Studio
Native name
JAPANスタジオにつ
Division of SIE Worldwide Studios
Industry Video game industry
Founded 1993
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Products Ape Escape
Ico
Shadow of the Colossus
Siren
Loco Roco
Patapon
Gravity Rush
Knack
The Last Guardian
Services Video game development
Owner Sony
Parent Sony Interactive Entertainment
Website Official website

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio is a Japanese first-party video game production and development arm of the parent company Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), most well known for the Ape Escape, LocoRoco, Patapon, Gravity Rush, and Knack series, among other titles.

Company overview

Japan Studio operates as part of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios. The development group also includes Team Ico, who are best known for the PlayStation 2 games Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, and Project Siren, known for the Siren series and the PlayStation Vita titles Gravity Rush and Soul Sacrifice.[citation needed] Within Sony, Sugar & Rockets, an internal development team previously known as Exact, worked on games such as Ghost in the Shell, Geograph Seal, Jumping Flash!, Robbit Mon Dieu, and Covert Ops: Nuclear Dawn.[1]

Games

Game title Year released Platform(s) Notes Ref.
Ape Escape 1999 PlayStation [2]
Legend of Dragoon 1999 PlayStation [2]
Pipo Saru 2001 2001 PlayStation 2
Ape Escape 2 2002 PlayStation 2
Ico 2001 PlayStation 2 Developed with Team Ico
Siren 2004 PlayStation 2 Developed with Project Siren
Ape Escape Academy 2004 PlayStation Portable
Ape Escape: On The Loose 2005 PlayStation Portable
Rogue Galaxy 2005 PlayStation 2 Developed with Level-5
Ape Escape 3 2005 PlayStation 2
Shadow of the Colossus 2005 PlayStation 2 Developed with Team Ico [3]
Siren 2 2006 PlayStation 2 Developed with Project Siren
LocoRoco 2006 PlayStation Portable [2]
Mainichi Issho 2006 PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Developed with Game Arts and Bexide
Piyotama 2007 PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
LocoRoco Cocoreccho! 2007 PlayStation 3 [2]
Boku no Natsuyasumi 3 2007 PlayStation 3 Developed with Millennium Kitchen
The Eye of Judgment 2007 PlayStation 3
Patapon 2007 PlayStation Portable Developed with Pyramid [4]
Folklore 2007 PlayStation 3 Developed with Game Republic and Gaia
Coded Soul: Uketsugareshi Idea 2007 PlayStation Portable Developed with Gaia
Echochrome 2008 PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable [2]
Siren: Blood Curse 2008 PlayStation 3 Developed with Project Siren
The Last Guy 2008 PlayStation 3 [2]
LocoRoco 2 2008 PlayStation Portable [2]
White Knight Chronicles 2008 PlayStation 3 Developed with Level-5 [2]
LocoRoco Midnight Carnival 2009 PlayStation Portable [2]
Demon's Souls 2009 PlayStation 3 Produced with FromSoftware [5]
Trash Panic 2009 PlayStation 3 [2]
Patapon 2 2009 PlayStation Portable Developed with Pyramid [2]
Numblast 2009 PlayStation 3
The Eye of Judgment: Legends 2010 PlayStation Portable
Patchwork Heroes 2010 PlayStation Portable Developed with Acquire [6]
White Knight Chronicles II 2010 PlayStation 3 Developed with Level-5 [2]
Kung Fu Rider 2010 PlayStation 3
No Heroes Allowed (What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord?) 2010 PlayStation Portable Developed with Acquire [7]
Beat Sketcher 2010 PlayStation 3 Developed with Will co., Ltd
Ape Escape Fury! Fury! 2010 PlayStation 3
Echochrome II 2010 PlayStation 3 [8]
White Knight Chronicles: Origins 2011 PlayStation Portable Developed with Matrix Software
Bleach: Soul Resurrección 2011 PlayStation 3 Developed with Racjin
Patapon 3 2011 PlayStation Portable Developed with Pyramid [9]
The Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection 2011 PlayStation 3 Developed with Bluepoint Games
Gravity Rush 2012 PlayStation Vita Developed with Project Siren [5]
Tokyo Jungle 2012 PlayStation 3 Developed with PlayStation C.A.M.P. and Crispy's [5]
Open Me! 2012 PlayStation Vita Developed with PlayStation C.A.M.P. [10]
Soul Sacrifice 2013 PlayStation Vita Developed with Marvelous AQL and Comcept [5]
Puppeteer 2013 PlayStation 3 [5]
Rain 2013 PlayStation 3 Developed with PlayStation C.A.M.P. and Acquire [5]
Knack 2013 PlayStation 4 [5]
The Playroom 2013 PlayStation 4 [5]
Destiny of Spirits 2014 PlayStation Vita Developed with Q Entertainment [11]
Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines 2014 PlayStation Vita Developed with Alfa System
Freedom Wars 2014 PlayStation Vita Developed with Shift and Dimps [5][3]
Soul Sacrifice Delta 2014 PlayStation Vita Developed with Marvelous AQL and Comcept [3]
Bloodborne 2015 PlayStation 4 Produced with FromSoftware [5]
Gravity Rush Remastered 2015 PlayStation 4 Developed with Project Siren and Bluepoint Games
The Playroom VR 2016 PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR) [12]
The Tomorrow Children 2016 PlayStation 4 Developed with Q-Games [13][5]
The Last Guardian 2016 PlayStation 4 Developed with genDESIGN [14]
Gravity Rush 2 2017 PlayStation 4 Developed with Project Siren (as Team Gravity) [15]
No Heroes Allowed! VR 2017 PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR) Developed with Acquire [16]
Everybody's Golf 2017 PlayStation 4 Developed with Clap Hanz
No Heroes Allowed! DASH! 2017 iOS, Android [17]
Knack II 2017 PlayStation 4 [18]
Shadow of the Colossus 2018 PlayStation 4 Developed with Bluepoint Games
Déraciné 2018 PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR) Produced with FromSoftware
Astro Bot Rescue Mission TBA PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR) [19]

References

  1. ^ "Scandal". IGN. Ziff Davis. June 12, 2000. Archived from the original on December 27, 2014. Retrieved December 27, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Barker, Sammy (2017-01-11). "Soapbox: Japan Studio Is Currently One of Sony's Best". Push Square. Retrieved 2017-12-10. 
  3. ^ a b c "Behind the Scenes at JAPAN Studio with Allan Becker". Blog.us.playstation.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  4. ^ "SCE Worldwide Studios - SCE Japan Studio". Worldwidestudios.net. 2009-02-20. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "SCE Worldwide Studios - SCE Japan Studio". Worldwidestudios.net. 2009-02-20. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  6. ^ "Patchwork Heroes - PlayStation Network, PSN game". Uk.playstation.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  7. ^ "No Heroes Allowed! - PlayStation Network, PSN game". Uk.playstation.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  8. ^ "echochrome ii". NowGamer. 2010-12-22. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  9. ^ "Patapon 3". GamesIndustry.biz. 2010-06-16. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  10. ^ "Review: Open Me!". Destructoid.com. 2013-08-31. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  11. ^ Sarkar, Samit (2013-06-10). "Destiny of Spirits free-to-play RPG coming to Vita". Polygon. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  12. ^ "THE PLAYROOM VR | PS4 Games". PlayStation. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  13. ^ "Play The Tomorrow Children For Free Starting Today – PlayStation.Blog". Blog.us.playstation.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  14. ^ Sheridan, Connor. "The Last Guardian being 're-engineered' at SCE Japan Studios | GamesRadar". Gamesradar.com. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  15. ^ "Gravity Rush 2 | PS4 Games". PlayStation. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  16. ^ "Sony's Japan Studio Brings Tabletop Tower Defence To VR | Kotaku UK". Kotaku.co.uk. 2016-09-16. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  17. ^ "No Heroes Allowed! Dash! - iPhone - IGN". Uk.ign.com. 2016-12-12. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  18. ^ Nunneley, Stephany (2016-12-03). "Japan Studio bringing Knack 2 to PlayStation 4 – PlayStation Experience 2016". VG247. Retrieved 2017-01-21. 
  19. ^ Doucet, Nicolas (May 23, 2018). "Introducing Astro Bot Rescue Mission for PlayStation VR". Playstation Blog. Retrieved May 23, 2018. 

External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)
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