Sony often gets criticised for paying too much attention to so-called "smaller" games, but speaking at Gamescom 2016, likeable PlayStation exec Jim Ryan has said that the platform holder primarily cares about great titles – regardless of whether they're made by massive studios or minuscule ones.
Asked if the company finds it hard to balance the different types of titles, here's what he had to say: "At the end of the day, it's just about great games. We don't discriminate between something that's a AAA or something that's an indie. If something's a great game, then it gets focus, attention, and love."
Ryan pointed to the company's commitment to No Man's Sky as an example, outlining how the platform holder has invested just as much into that game as it would one of its own major blockbuster releases. We reckon that this is the right attitude for the record – great games should always come first, irrespective of who's making them.