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San Diego Studio is a successor of '''989 Studios''', which was one of Sony's oldest development studios and its chief developer in the [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates United States]]. 989 Studios worked on earlier ''MLB'' titles, as well as ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' and ''VideoGame/EverQuest''. In 2000, 989 Studios was merged into Sony's American division in preparation for the then-upcoming UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. The following year, Sony founded a successor studio to inherit 989's duties. That successor is San Diego Studio.

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San Diego Studio is a successor of '''989 Studios''', which was one of Sony's oldest development studios and its chief developer in the [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates United States]]. 989 Studios worked on earlier ''MLB'' titles, as well as ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' and ''VideoGame/EverQuest''. In 2000, 989 Studios was merged into Sony's American division in preparation for the then-upcoming UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. The following year, Sony founded a successor studio to inherit 989's duties. That successor is San Diego Studio.
Studio. 989 was briefly revived as a publisher for a few years until 2005, when it was absorbed into Sony for good.


SIE San Diego Studio (formerly SCE San Diego Studio) is an American VideoGame developing company and a division of Creator/SonyInteractiveEntertainment. It was established in 2001.

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SIE '''SIE San Diego Studio Studio''' (formerly SCE '''SCE San Diego Studio) Studio''') is an American VideoGame developing company and a division of Creator/SonyInteractiveEntertainment. It was established in 2001.2001 and is best known for being behind the massively popular ''VideoGame/MLBTheShow'' series of baseball video games. The studio also occasionally ventures into collaborations with other first-party studios and other [=IPs=].

San Diego Studio is a successor of '''989 Studios''', which was one of Sony's oldest development studios and its chief developer in the [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates United States]]. 989 Studios worked on earlier ''MLB'' titles, as well as ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' and ''VideoGame/EverQuest''. In 2000, 989 Studios was merged into Sony's American division in preparation for the then-upcoming UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. The following year, Sony founded a successor studio to inherit 989's duties. That successor is San Diego Studio.

San Diego is notably one of the few major development studios under Sony to focus nearly entirely on its flagship series, ''MLB: The Show''. It shares this distinction with Creator/PolyphonyDigital and Creator/SIESantaMonicaStudio. Outside of ''MLB: The Show'', San Diego primarily focus on one-off titles and co-productions with both first- and third-party divisions, though it had historically produced internal project. The most notable of them is 2002's ''The Mark of Kri'', which gained a CultClassic status over time.

Beginning with 2021, San Diego Studio will begin to develop the ''MLB'' games for multiplaye platforms, including those by Creator/MicrosoftStudios and Creator/Nintendo, an unprecedented move as the result of a new contract between Sony and the MLB organization.

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SIE San Diego Studio (formerly SCE San Diego Studio) is an American VideoGame developing company and a division of Creator/SonyInteractiveEntertainment. It was established in 2001.
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!!Video games developed by this company:
* High Velocity Bowling
* Medieval Moves: Deadmund's Quest
* MLB 06: The Show
* MLB 07: The Show
* MLB 08: The Show
* MLB 09: The Show
* MLB 10: The Show
* MLB 11: The Show
* MLB 12: The Show
* MLB 13: The Show
* ModNation Racers
* ModNation Racers: Road Trip
* NBA
* NBA 06
* NBA 07
* NBA 08
* NBA 09
* NBA 10
* Pain
* Pinball Heroes
* Sports Champions
* Sports Champions 2
* The Mark of Kri
* Warrior's Lair
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