SCE San Diego Studio

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San Diego Studio
Type Development Branch
Industry Interactive entertainment
Genre Sports
Predecessor(s) 989 Studios
Founded 2001
Founder(s) Sony Computer Entertainment
Headquarters San Diego, U.S.
Services Video game development
Owner(s) Sony Corporation
Parent SCE Worldwide Studios
Website Official website

SCE San Diego Studio (internally abbreviated SD Studio[1]) is a video game development team that was established in 2001, and is part of SCE Worldwide Studios. They are responsible for annual MLB sports titles previously produced by 989 Studios. They are also known for other games, such as the NBA series, The Mark of Kri, Pain, High Velocity Bowling, and Sports Champions.

Games developed[edit]

Game Title US Release Date Platform Notes
The Mark of Kri July 29, 2002 PlayStation 2 Internally developed
NBA March 16, 2005 PlayStation Portable Internally developed
NBA 06 October 4, 2005 PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
MLB 06: The Show February 28, 2006 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
NBA 07 September 26, 2006 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
MLB 07: The Show February 26, 2007 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
NBA 08 October 2, 2007 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
Pain November 29, 2007 PlayStation 3 Collaborated development with Idol Minds
High Velocity Bowling December 6, 2007 PlayStation 3 Internally developed
MLB 08: The Show March 4, 2008 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
NBA 09: The Inside October 7, 2008 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
MLB 09: The Show March 3, 2009 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
NBA 10 October 6, 2009 PlayStation Portable Internally developed
Pinball Heroes November 13, 2009 PlayStation Portable Internally developed
MLB 10: The Show March 2, 2010 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
ModNation Racers May 19, 2010 PlayStation Portable Collaborated development with United Front Games
Sports Champions September 7, 2010 PlayStation 3 Collaborated development with Zindagi Games
MLB 11: The Show March 8, 2011 PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable Internally developed
Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest November 15, 2011 PlayStation 3 Collaborated development with Zindagi Games
ModNation Racers: Road Trip February 22, 2012 PlayStation Vita Internally developed
MLB 12: The Show March 6, 2012 PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 Internally developed
Sports Champions 2 October 30, 2012 PlayStation 3 Collaborated development with Zindagi Games
MLB 13: The Show March 5, 2013 PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 Internally developed
MLB 14: The Show April 1, 2014 (PS3, Vita)
May 6, 2014 (PS4)
PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 Internally developed

References[edit]

  1. ^ San Diego. Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios. Last accessed September 18, 2010.

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