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Sony to “keep stuff back” for Gamescom, will reveal new PS4 games at the Cologne show

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SCEE president and CEO Jim Ryan has confirmed that Sony’s been holding back on revealing the full PS4 games lineup, and will be showing more new titles at Gamescom this August.

PS Plus to play “prominent role” on PS4 – Jim Ryan discusses future plans for service

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at 12:17pm March 4 2013
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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe President and CEO Jim Ryan has confirmed that PS Plus will play a “prominent role” on PS4.

PS3 reaches cumulative sales of 30 million across Europe, Jim Ryan quite happy

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at 12:00pm December 19 2012
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Sony have announced its sold 30 million PS3 in Europe alone with SCEE president and CEO Jim Ryan stating, “This is a major milestone”.

Sony “taking console towards a younger demographic” says SCEE boss Jim Ryan

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SCEE CEO Jim Ryan has spoken of a move towards a family market for PS3 in the next year. Although he also emphasised ”The core gamer will absolutely not be neglected.”

SCEE boss Jim Ryan on Insomniac “Would we prefer them exclusively on our platforms? Yes”

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at 03:25pm December 3 2011
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When asked about the former PlayStation exclusive developer’s move to multiformat, Sony’s Jim Ryan admitted ”In an ideal world would we prefer them still to be working exclusively on our platforms? Yes, probably.” Although he did say “We’re still friends” before adding that “The strength of our internal studios at the moment means it ain’t the end of the world by any means.” He also mentioned one of those internal studios…

“What PS Vita will do best is gaming. PSP confused customers” says Sony boss

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at 12:13pm November 29 2011
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With PS Vita’s February 22nd launch date drawing ever nearer, we caught up with SCEE’s president and CEO Jim Ryan to discuss the gaming heart of the new handheld, the mistakes Sony made with the PSP, and how PS Vita will be stronger as a result.

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