Housemarque has a solid recent history with PlayStation. Their Super Stardust HD was one of the early PSN hits, the first game to get trophies patched in and one of the first to add stereoscopic 3D support when that became (briefly) a big deal for PlayStation. It was the first to run at 60 frames per second, 720p in each eye with its 3D effect too.
Then they popped up again with a version of their fantastic twin-stick shooter (Super Stardust Delta) for the Vita’s launch and gave us all some frantic action on the move.
Now, they’re working on a new title that will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4. It’s still untitled but is being touted as a “spiritual successor” to their Stardust games. Housemarque’s CEO, Ilari Kuittinen says the company “can take advantage of the architecture of PlayStation 4 to create incredible visuals with direct impact on the way the new game feels.”
They also have another PlayStation 4 title in development but they’re not sharing any information about that one just yet. They say that more information will be released about both titles in the coming months so hopefully we’ll get to see the Finish studio’s labours at E3 and if not then surely Gamescom in August?