Sony executive loves Demon's Souls and wants to see more

3:00 PM on 06.14.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Yes, please!

Sony "dropped the ball" with Demon's Souls, SCE Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida confessed to Polygon. After co-developing the acclaimed PlayStation 3 title with From Software, Sony declined to publish the game in western markets, a decision the platform-holder likely regrets now that its spiritual successor, Dark Souls, has spawned a franchise for Namco Bandai.

Yoshida expressed a love for Demon's Souls and added that he would really like to see potential sequel on PlayStation platforms. Whether that desire will ever manifest into a reality remains to be seen. Sony does, however, retain the rights to the intellectual property and Yoshida claims to have a great relationship with From Software, so, anything is possible.

Sony studios head wants to see more Demon's Souls [Polygon]

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