PlayStation Titles that game industry figures are looking forward to in 2011.

January 3, 2011 by | Comments

“Top of my list is Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. The series is a huge hit with my family and we are looking forward to seeing where the adventure will take us next.” Andrew House, president, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

“I promise 2011 will be a great, busy year for the fans of PlayStation. We will start with a big bang, with the highly anticipated LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3 and MotorStorm Apocalypse and then we have already announced inFamous 2, SOCOM: Special Forces, Resistance 3, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and The Last Guardian to follow up, too.” Shuhei Yoshida, president, SCE Worldwide Studios

“I am looking forward to the next title in the Uncharted series. The immersive nature of these games truly displays what a videogame should consist of. The series is incredible.” Hiroshi Matsuyama, president, CyberConnect2

“I’m really looking forward to the huge releases we have coming in the first half of the year alone. I can’t wait to see what the community gets up to with the new features in LittleBigPlanet 2. Another big release will be MotorStorm Apocalypse, and then Killzone 3 and that just takes us to March!” Michael Denny, senior vice president, SCE Worldwide Studios, Europe

“The immediate standout game for me is The Last Guardian. Team ICO’s ability to create massive worlds and adventures with almost insignificant characters growing into their hero status is something difficult to achieve in games.” Jason Ried, producer, Split/Second: Velocity

“Definitely Fumito Ueda’s The Last Guardian. Like David Cage, Ueda-san regards games as a true form of expression and all his creations are a work of art. He touches gamers on an emotional level. That is what games should strive for nowadays in my mind, and I can’t wait to delve into another great poetic and emotional journey.”Guillaume de Fondaumiere, executive producer, Heavy Rain

Battlefield 3 is going to be absolutely epic! I am also really looking forward to seeing what Zipper Interactive does with the next SOCOM.” Greg Goodrich, executive producer, Medal of Honor

“One of my favourite games of 2009 gets a sequel in Batman: Arkham City. The first game was easily the best superhero game I’ve ever played and I want more!” John McLaughlin, producer, XDev Studio Liverpool

“Personally I am a big science fiction fan, so I can’t wait to get my hands on Killzone 3. That series has always been known for its amazing graphics; when you combine that with stereoscopic 3D and PS Move, I think it will certainly be the best one yet.” Travis Steiner, lead designer, Zipper Interactive

“The one that has me most intrigued is inFamous 2. Everything about the sequel hits the right notes for me. I love the art style, and creating more of a focused open-world adventure is a smart move.” Simon “Barlos” Barlow, associate game director, Evolution Studios

“2011 could not come soon enough for me because of one game… LittleBigPlanet 2. I love making games and LBP really allows me to explore my imagination. Also Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception: the previous two games were fantastic and I must have played both of them through four or five times.” Mike Rouse, senior producer, SingStar

“It has to be The Last Guardian. I adored both ICO and Shadow of the Colossus and this is looking every bit as good.” Paul Rustchynsky, senior designer, Evolution Studios

“I am looking forward to the launch party for Killzone 3. It’s been an incredible ride for us at Guerrilla delivering a much bigger and more ambitious game than the last one in half the time. In terms of other games, I’m really looking forward to inFamous 2, as zipping around Empire City with Cole’s electrical powers was one of my favourite gaming  moments from 2009. I’m also slightly curious about the release of Duke Nukem Forever; I wouldn’t be surprised if the game turns out to be great fun.” Hermen Hulst, managing director, Guerrilla

“In 2011 I have high hopes for MotorStorm Apocalypse. I was fortunate enough to play an early build at E3 in 2010, and was so enthralled by the visuals I bought a 3D TV in anticipation of its release!” Karl Reader, UK product & community manager, CAPCOM

LittleBigPlanet 2 on PS3. I loved the first, and am excited to see what the geniuses at Media Molecule have come up with, especially with it being PS Move compatible. I’ve also been very lucky to play an early build of Virtua Tennis 4, and it was already great fun to play, especially with the PS Move motion controller.” Miles Jacobson, studio director, Sports Interactive

–(PlayStation.com – News and previews)–

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