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Sony is to launch the Get in the Game project tonight, offering five developers the change to receive GBP 10,000 to prototype new content for the PlayStation Network.

The company will be holding a free workshop in December to provide better insight into working with the format holder, with attendees invited to pitch ideas to a panel of Sony execs and producers.

The panel will then select five companies to receive the GBP 10,000 to prototype their ideas over the first three months of 2009. Prototypes will then be shown to Sony Europe with the possibility of going into full production.

The competition is in conjunction with Northwest Vision and Media and is designed to support the games industry in the Northwest region.


Hopefully some good titles come out of this!

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Sounds really good, although perhaps if they want new/indie developers they should consider something like XNA? MS have the "Dream. Build. Play" contest every year with a $40k first prize with XNA. It'd be a lot easier to get new developers on board if they make the development easier to get into like XNA is, but those workshops do look interesting.

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