MUMBAI: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has launched the Hanuman-Boy Warrior game with mythological content on PlayStation2 (PS2).
"We are very proud to launch the first Indian game on PS2 with localized content, completely developed by an Indian game development house. Hanuman is our very own classic hero and is popular across India and also with Indians abroad. The launch of the game has marked a very significant milestone in the Indian game development industry and also signifies the importance we attach to the Indian market and the Indian game development industry," said Sony Computer Entertainment, PlayStation country manager Atindriya Bose.
The game was conceived and made at Pyramid Samira Group’s subsidiary company Aurona Technologies’ Hyderabad studio over a period of 10 month. Aurona Technologies CEO Santosh Pillai said that the cost of developing the game was in the range of Rs 25 million (Rs 2.50 crores).
Developed exclusively for PlayStation2, the Hanuman-Boy Warrior game will be available in the Indian market at a price of Rs 499.