Capcom still commited to PS3

  • Posted December 12th, 2007 at 04:46 EDT by

In a recent interview with Next-Gen, Capcom's VP of Marketing, Nique Fajors discussed their commitment to the PlayStation 3. With global sales beginning to gain momentum, it sounds as though Capcom is putting forth more commitment in Sony’s console.

"If the PS3 happened to have LittleBigPlanet, Gran Turismo 5 and Killzone 2 available within the launch window, we'd be having a very different conversation, because Sony would've had some traction a lot sooner. Our view is that Sony is building very strong momentum globally-last month, PS3 actually outsold the Wii in Japan. We're seeing good traction across the board. As Sony delivers their must-have first-party titles, we'll deliver what we consider must-have titles over the course of the next 12 months. We think it's going to be a very vibrant platform," Fajors stated.

“Our view is that Sony is building very strong momentum globally—last month, PS3 actually outsold the Wii in Japan. We’re seeing good traction across the board. As Sony delivers their must-have first-party titles, we’ll deliver what we consider must-have titles over the course of the next 12 months. We think it’s going to be a very vibrant platform," he added.

So for those of you who were upset with Monster Hunter 3 moving to the Wii, or Devil May Cry 4 becoming multiplatform, Capcom promises that they will not let you down over the next year. PS3 gamers can look forward to such titles as Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet, Resident Evil 5, and Bionic Commando.

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