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Curve making games for PlayStation Store and XBLA - MCV

Curve making games for PlayStation Store and XBLA

London-based Curve Studios has confirmed that it too is hard at work on games set for distribution via both Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Store.
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According to information posted on the company's website, the studio is working on a variety of games including first-party PSP and PS3 titles for Sony, both to be sold via the PlayStation Store, plus an original multi-platform game for PSP, PS3 and 360 which it is planned will be available on both XBLA and the PlayStation Store.

The first-party PSP game is set to arrive with the global launch of the PlayStation Store - no dates have been set for the other titles.

Curve Studios was formed last year by a team that incldues a number of former blue52 bosses and cut its teeth working on a number of licence-based plug-n-play games - most recently, the studio has partnered with indie team PomPom to help adapt its Bliss Island game to PSP for publisher Codemasters.

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