Tag Archives: Scott Rohde
Tue, Jun 19, 2012 | 03:37 BST
Sony’s Scott Rohde believes the Vita’s connectivity with the PlayStation 3 is a better solution to multi-screen gaming than either Nintendo’s Wii U Game Pad or Microsoft’s Smart Glass mobile initiative.
Fri, Jun 15, 2012 | 20:30 BST
“I will not give you a detailed update, but I will say one thing and it goes back to innovation and to gamers and to quality. [The Last Guardian] is going to ship when it’s absolutely ready. It’s going to ship at sometime, and it’s going to ship when it’s ready. And I think that’s a really important thing to remember, is that it would be very easy to ship a game when it’s not quite ready because we need to meet a business plan. Gamers are first, and the experiences we provide are first. And that’s why we’re gonna talk about that game when we’re ready to talk about it.” – PlayStation software development head Scott Rohde to Gamespot.
Fri, Jun 15, 2012 | 06:28 BST
No other publisher would touch The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls right now, to hear Sony’s Scott Rohde tell it.
Wed, Jun 13, 2012 | 04:28 BST
Despite the naysayers, the Vita is on track in terms of sales performance and upcoming content, according to Sony.
Sat, Jun 26, 2010 | 20:10 BST
Sony Worldwide Studios VP Scott Rohde has said that with 3D gaming and Move coming to PS3, the company is confident that the momentum generated will allow the console to “hit it’s stride”.
Fri, Jun 25, 2010 | 09:26 BST
Sony Worldwide Studios VP Scott Rohde has said God of War: Ghost of Sparta is the best-looking PSP game ever made. Ever.
Thu, Jun 24, 2010 | 22:11 BST
Scott Rohde has said Sony doesn’t plan on including 3D in a future version of PSP.
Wed, Jun 16, 2010 | 19:32 BST
Want to know why The Last Guardian was a no-show during Sony’s E3 media briefing last night? Hit the break.
Fri, Mar 19, 2010 | 14:31 GMT
Sony has explained why it chose to call its motion controller Move instead of the rumored Arc or Gem.
Thu, Mar 18, 2010 | 07:29 GMT
Wii owners are going to want to upgrade to Move later this year, Sony Worldwide Studios VP Scott Rohde has predicted.
Mon, Mar 23, 2009 | 07:23 GMT
PlayStation 3′s year-end software isn’t “good”. It’s not even “great”. It’s “absolutely amazing,” according to Scott Rohde, SCEA’s VP of product development.
“I think we had a very good lineup in 2008, especially for the holidays, but in 2009, it’s an absolutely amazing line-up,” he told Edge.
“It’s one of the best lineups that we’ve ever put out in a single calendar year, so it’s very, very exciting.”
PS3 exclusives confirmed for this year include InFamous, MAG, Heavy Rain, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and God of War III.
And there’s more to come, obviously.
“There are several titles that are in the works that we have yet to announce,” said Rohde.
GDC will throw up info on announced 2009 PS3 exclusives this week, but you should be watching E3 in June for the main event.
Sun, Jul 20, 2008 | 08:17 BST
Sony vice president of product development, Scott Rohde said in a video interview (see below) at E3 this week that the company “knew it was coming” when asked about Microsoft’s capture of Final Fantasy XIII at its press conference on Monday.
However, Rohde seems unperturbed by the news, proclaiming that 2008 is “the year of the PlayStation.”
See for yourselves.
By Mike Bowden
Mon, Jun 16, 2008 | 21:06 BST
Following rumour that European Sony studios boss Michael Denny was to be promoted into a more senior development management role at SCEE earlier this month, the firm confirmed this morning that the exec is to be promoted to SVP, Worldwide Studios Europe.
“I’m looking forward to this new challenge, and in particular, the opportunity to further my work with the many talented development teams, both internally & externally, that make up WWS Europe… we have an unprecedented portfolio of AAA titles this year, such as MotorStorm:Pacific Rift, Singstar, Buzz Quiz TV, LittleBigPlanet & Killzone 2, which we’re looking forward to showcasing further, over the coming months,” said Denny.
In addition, Scott Rohde – senior director at Sony’s San Diego studio since 2003 – will be promoted to VP, Worldwide Studios America.
Yasuhide Kobayashi will continue to manage Japan Studio as SVP.
After the break.