Hate the long delays between game releases in America, Europe and Japan? Well, that may be over, according to a report by GameDaily.
A change in the game approval process means developers can submit to just one territory, and gain approval in all.
To quote: "Previously games had to be submitted separately through Sony Europe, Japan, and America. Now, the game idea is sent through a single website for approval."
Sony is hoping this will encourage even more developers to release their games on PlayStation Network.
They'll continue to tout the benefits of the PSN: it's free, doesn't require a publishing partner, and can be distributed around the world simultaneously. Will developers be able to refuse this kind of offer? More PlayStation 3 News...