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SCE London Studio

London Studio
Development Branch
Industry Interactive Entertainment
Predecessor Team Soho
Founded 1993 (as SCEE Internal Development Team)
2002 (as London Studio)
Founder Sony Computer Entertainment
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Products EyeToy, EyePet, SingStar, The Getaway, PlayStation Home
Services Video game development
Owner Sony
Parent SCE Worldwide Studios
Website Official Site

London Studio is an in-house Sony Computer Entertainment developer located in London. Established in 1993, London Studio is Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s largest internal development studio, with staff working in a purpose designed 7-storey building located in London's Soho district. The development group includes the R&D group responsible for EyeToy, and various other research and development groups dedicated to the production of PlayStation games and development tools across all of SCE's gaming platforms. SCE London Studio operates as part of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios.

The current studio was formed in 2002 by the merger of the Psygnosis Camden Studio and Team Soho.

Contents

  • Games developed 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Games developed

Title Year Released Platform(s)
NBA Shootout '97 1996 PlayStation
Porsche Challenge 1997 PlayStation
Rapid Racer 1997 PlayStation
Spice World 1998 PlayStation
This Is Football 1999 PlayStation
Team Buddies 2000 PlayStation
This Is Football 2 2000 PlayStation
This Is Football 2002 2001 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2003 2002 PlayStation 2
Hardware: Online Arena 2002 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2004 2003 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2003 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2005 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Groove 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar 2004 PlayStation 2
The Getaway: Black Monday 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar Party 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Chat 2005 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2005 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2 2005 PlayStation 2
Fired Up 2005 PlayStation Portable
EyeToy: Play 3 2005 PlayStation 2
SingStar '80s 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Operation Spy 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic Combat 2006 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play Sports 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rocks! 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Anthems 2006 PlayStation 2
Gangs of London 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Legends 2006 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop Hits 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar 90s 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Amped 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rock Ballads 2007 PlayStation 2
Aqua Vita 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar R&B 2007 PlayStation 2
Beats 2007 PlayStation Portable
SingStar 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar Summer Party 2008 PlayStation 2
SingStar Vol. 2 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar ABBA 2008 PlayStation 2 & PlayStation 3
SingStar Vol. 3 2008 PlayStation 3
PlayStation Home 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar Queen 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Pop Edition 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Motown 2009 PlayStation 3
Eyepet 2009 PlayStation 3 & PlayStation Portable
SingStar Take That 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Guitar 2010 PlayStation 3
SingStar Dance 2010 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party 2011 PlayStation 3
EyePet & Friends 2011 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party Hits 2012 PlayStation 3
Wonderbook 2012 PlayStation 3
The Playroom 2013 PlayStation 4
SingStar: Ultimate Party[1] 2014 PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 3
Street Luge TBA Project Morpheus

See also

References

  1. ^ "SingStar coming soon to PS4 with free microphone app". blog.eu.playstation.com. Retrieved 2014-05-21. 

External links

  • Official website


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