Heavy Rain: Move Edition Articles for PS3Platform: PS3
Origami Killer made Sony more than €100 million.
Cage and co. run the company very seriously.
But it becomes more difficult for Cage to deal with failure if responsibility doesn't fall only on him.
The Quantic Dream boss reflects on his gambles with Heavy Rain, the inspiration for Beyond, and the future of his studio.
The CEO and president of SCEE discusses Sony's keynote, the Vita's performance, and why the PS3 is just getting started.
The team at Quantic Dream were "pretty much unhappy with everything" following the completion of Heavy Rain, according to David Cage.
David Cage has unveiled a stunning new five-minute prototype video showcasing a brand new 3D engine, running on PlayStation 3, that makes use of full performance capture.
Heavy Rain-like games could be an area of "huge potential growth" for Sony, according to two of the company's most senior executives.
David Cage won't make a sequel to Heavy Rain despite being well aware that he and his studio could make a lot of money by doing so.
Quantic Dream has lost €10 million due to second hand sales of Heavy Rain, according to CEO Guillaume de Fondaumiere.
David Cage happy with the relationship with Sony.