Sony blamed for late PSN releases
Street Fighter Fighter II Turbo HD Remix's release on the PlayStation Network has been hindered by delays, and some developers believe Sony could be to blame for download debutants being pushed back.
Apparently, variations between release processes around the world make getting a game on the PSN a complicated affair, with the latest Penny Arcade episodic adventure also delayed.
Speaking to British Gaming, Penny Arcade developers Hothead say that "Sony’s process for getting titles on PSN varies in North America, Europe, Japan and the rest of Asia."
Sony admit that "this has been an ongoing issue and we’re doing our best to resolve it," regarding the launch of the new Street Fighter game. We'll keep you posted.
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