Sony outlines widespread Home support

The Japanese arm of Sony has revealed a number of the high-profile games companies that have currently signed up for licenses to develop content for the firm’s growing virtual world service PlayStation Home.

Big-hitting backers such as EA, Capcom and Ubisoft had already been announced, and Siliconera reports that they have been joined by the likes of Activision, Sega, Disney, Konami and Namco.

Also signing up are a number of more specialist Japanese firms including R-Type dev Irem, RPG innovators Nippon Ichi, Mizuguchi’s Q Entertainment and hardcore traditionalists SNK.

The full list of current licensees is as follows:

* Acquire
* Activision
* AQ Interactive
* Atlus
* Capcom
* D3 Publisher
* Disney Interactive
* EA
* Game Republic
* Genki
* Gungho
* Hudson
* Irem
* Koei
* Konami
* Namco Bandai
* Nippon Ichi
* Paon
* Q Entertainment
* Sega
* SNK Playmore
* Spike
* Tecmo
* Ubisoft

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