Sony launches Gamocracy project

Wants help making a PSN game.

Sony has called on its fans to help it make a PlayStation Network game.

The Gamocracy project asks gamers to collaborate with Swedish developer The Bearded Ladies Consulting on an action platformer to be released on the minis category of the PlayStation Store.

"Every Friday from now, for eight weeks, we will post a new challenge to the community on the official PlayStation forums," wrote EU PlayStation Blog manager James Gallagher.

"The following Friday, the top 5-10 submissions will be presented in an open vote on The Bearded Ladies Facebook page, which will last until Sunday. The winning submission will be included in the game and the creator will be credited in the game credits."

Challenge one is coming up with a hero and a story. Any ideas?

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