Sony To Host Panel After Gamescom Conference

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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe will be hosting a panel with a few game developers that have worked on games that have been published by Sony. The panel will be looking at the topic ‘games as art’ and will include the following people:

  • Shuhei Yoshida, President, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios
  • Ian Dallas, Co-founder and Creative Director, Giant Sparrow (The Unfinished Swan)
  • Kellee Santiago, Co-founder, thatgamecompany (Journey, Flower)
  • Alex Evans, Co-founder, Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet)
  • Adam Volker, Moonbot Studio (Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler)

Also joining the panel is a surprise guest with an unannounced project. What should also be pointed out is that, with the appearance of Alex Evans of Media Molecule on the panel, there could be time for him to reveal Media Molecule’s new IP. The game from the surprise guest as well as Media Molecule could be the two rumoured games that will be revealed at the conference, which will be held at 7.00pm CET on the 14th of August. Below are other times for the convenience for our readers:

  • Eastern Australia – 3am 15th of August
  • United Kingdom – 6pm 14th of  August
  • Eastern United States – 1pm 14th of August

Gamescom starts next week on the 14th of August and will end on the 17th, which is the Friday of that week.

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