Home licensed publisher list lacks Take-Two, Home needs more BioShock

I think a BioShock theme park would be a wonderful addition to Sony’s Home. It could be like the Red Bull area, except the objective is to crash the plane and enter into a new space called “The World of Rapture.” It could include a Big Daddy rollercoaster, a Slave Obeys lounge, or an ornate hall festooned with morbid art of dead avatars. The possibilities are only limited by man’s nature.

Unfortunately, a BioShock theme park is nowhere on the horizon. Siliconera found a list of 24 publishers licensed to make (or offer) things in Home. Take-Two isn’t on the list, but companies like Atlus, Hudson, and Koei are. As pointed out by Siliconera, a license doesn’t mean content is coming. It means that they’re authorized if they feel so inclined to gift us with game-themed hats, sofas, or t-shirts.

I’ve included the list after the break. Check it out if you’re interested in what you might be wearing or sitting down on in the near future.

Licensed people, yo:

Acquire
Activision
AQ Interactive
Atlus
Capcom
D3 Publisher
Disney Interactive
EA
Game Republic
Genki
Gungho
Hudson
Irem
Koei
Konami
Namco Bandai
Nippon Ichi
Paon
Q Entertainment
Sega
SNK Playmore
Spike
Tecmo
Ubisoft    

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